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How will you light up the dawn this Anzac Day?

How will you light up the dawn this Anzac Day?

This Anzac Day let us join together as a nation both in person and in spirit, as we commemorate the men and women who have served our nation in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations.Commemorate at home this Anzac DayShould you choose to commemorate Anzac...

AWW National President appointed to Australian War Memorial Board

AWW National President appointed to Australian War Memorial Board

  We are very pleased to announce that our new National President, Ms Rhondda Vanzella OAM, has been appointed to the Board of the Australian War Memorial. Please see Media Release below for details -   MEDIA RELEASE Friday 5 February 2021 05 Feb 2021 10:45...

Australian War Widows Inc. – Newly Elected National Executive.

The Australian War Widows Inc. held their Annual General Meeting in October 2020.  This Annual Meeting of the National Council is held in Canberra each year and the National Executive and State Presidents come together to discuss the year and their strategic plan for...

Napier Waller Art Prize for veteran community opens from 20 April 2020

Napier Waller Art Prize for veteran community opens from 20 April 2020

The Australian War Memorial, the University of Canberra, The Road Home, and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs encourage current and former Australian Defence Force personnel to enter the 2020 Napier Waller Art Prize, open from Monday 20 April.The prize program,...

ANZAC Day 2019

ANZAC Day 2019

To commemorate ANZAC Day, our National President, Meg Green attended the National Ceremony today at the AWM in Canberra.

“We all belong to each other. We all need each other. It is in serving each other and in sacrificing for our common good that we are finding our true life.”