This year's ANZAC Day marks the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign. Jac Taylor at Australian Traveller shares her top five commemorative events around Australia:
- Great Ocean Road/Melbourne - constructed by returned First World War soldiers over 14 years following the war's end, the Great Ocean Road could be seen as the world's largest war memorial.
- Canberra's War Memorial - the Australian War Memorial has been commemorating the centenary of the First World War since last year.
- Camp Gallipoli - a one-off celebration held concurrently in seven cities, this is a chance to sleep out under the stars in a digger-style swag in a huge display of mateship.
- Outback Trailblazer, Winton QLD - along with the dawn service and march, highlights include breakfast at the local RSL, the Waltzing Matilda Centre and '40s-era big bands.
- Albany's ANZAC Centre - the birthplace of the dawn service, and the last sight of Australia many soldiers had as they set off for war, Albany has a full and fascinating plan to commemorate ANZAC Day this year.