ANZAC Centenary 2014-2018: Sharing Victoria's Stories

Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance 2018

Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance 2018

Expressions of interest have now closed for this program.

Due to overwhelming demand, Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance has returned in 2018! Incorporating a new cast and extra scenes, this is a thoughtful examination of the ANZAC story, from its birth in 1915 until today. Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance helps students understand the legacy of ANZAC while reflecting on Australia’s role in the world and how comprehensively our military services have changed.

This free roadshow is available throughout Victoria and includes storytelling, live theatre performances, video and interactive content. A cast of veterans and actors combine history with the lived experiences and emotions of modern military service.

Program Duration – 50 minutes, including a short Q&A

Age Group – Grade 5 to Year 10

Cost – Free

Performance Type – Actor theatrical performance.

Number of Students – Minimum 40 and maximum of 150 per performance and preference is to have a least two performances in the one location if possible.

Location – Bookings will be taken for primary schools (grades 5 – 6 only) and secondary schools (up to year 10) both in metropolitan and regional Victoria.

**Please note, your booking is not confirmed until you receive a confirmation email from the Department of Premier and Cabinet.

Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance is produced by Cultural Infusion on behalf of the Department of Premier and Cabinet. Cultural Infusion specialises in productions, projects and programs that act as a bridge to inter-cultural understanding.


Call: 03 9651 2120