Expressions of interest have now closed for Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance.
ANZAC has entered the national vocabulary. The people who lived though that campaign were ordinary volunteers, just as Australia’s current veterans are ordinary volunteers. Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance helps students humanise and understand the legacy of ANZAC while reflecting on Australia’s role in the world and how comprehensively our military services have changed.
Incorporating a new cast and extra scenes, this is a thoughtful examination of the ANZAC story, from its birth in 1915 until today.
This free roadshow has travelled throughout Victoria and included storytelling, live theatre performances, video and interactive content. The cast of veterans and actors together combined history with the lived experiences and emotions of modern military service.