5 Turkey holiday ideas for Anzac Day
Anzac Day is a time to remember all those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service.
Anzac Day is deeply embedded in Australian culture and tradition, so much that it’s an annual public holiday. It is a day where we give thanks to fallen soldiers who fought at Gallipoli in the First World War, and also for all Australian soldiers killed during active service.
Gallipoli has long held an important place in the hearts of Australians. Many believe this spot marks the defining moment of the foundation of the Anzac national consciousness and the separation from the Motherland, a.k.a. Great Britain.
Easter is just a few bunny hops away and if you’re anything like us, you’ve taken the three days off between Easter Monday and Anzac Day to score a luxurious 10-day break. We're taking full advantage of this public holiday calendar bonanza to eat our hot cross buns somewhere that isn’t home.