Australian Tour

Australian Tour

« Their physique is wonderful and their intelligence of a high order »
– Sir Maurice Hankey, Secretary to the British Government

Between March 1916 and November 1918 more than 295 000 australians served in the Australian Imperial Force in France and in Belgium.

In this tour we will concentrate on the action of Australians in the Somme and particularly, Villers-Bretonneux, Le Hamel, Pozieres, Mouquet Farm; looking at the development of modern warfare, life in the trenches, Soldier’s stories, and much more…

You can also choose some options such as:

The Sir John Monash Centre

The Franco-Australian Museum in Villers-Bretonneux

The Abbey St Pierre in Corbie

The Museum Somme 1916 in Albert

The Tommy’s Cafe/Museum in Pozieres

The Naours Caves

The Vignacourt 14-18 Visitors Centre