ANZAC Centenary 2014-2018: Sharing Victoria's Stories

Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance

Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance

Live theatre performance as part of the Anzac Centenary program - A free community roadshow

Live theatre performance as part of the Anzac Centenary program – A free community roadshow

NO LONGER TAKING BOOKINGS

After two years of touring across Victoria and reaching over 35,000 people, the highly successful Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance roadshow has now concluded. The roadshow included storytelling, live theatre performances, video, guest speakers and interactive content and encouraged participants to discover personal connections with the First World War. A new roadshow aimed at primary school students Messenger Dogs – Tales of WWI will travel Victoria over the next year. Learn more about this free roadshow and make a booking.

Journey of Remembrance – Testimonials and Image Gallery


“The presentation was invigorating and thought provoking. It was a credit to the organisation, the presenters and the publications were wonderful” – Richard Clark, Freemasons Cosmopolitan Lodge

“The program was excellent and it fitted in well with THE school curriculum. The students thoroughly enjoyed the program and if you can keep the grade 3 students interested for an hour, it must be a good program!! Well done on such an interesting event” – Michelle Morrish, Ouyen P12 College

“We were surprised and thrilled that the journey of remembrance visited our small rural school. Hats off to you all” – Scott Wilkinson, East Loddon P12 College