Each Remembrance Day, join us in honouring those who gave their lives in service.
11 November marks the anniversary of the Armistice that ended fighting with Germany in World War I.
Every year at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, millions around the world pause in silence to remember the sacrifices many have made so we can enjoy life today.
Lest We Forget
On Remembrance Day, attend a service, wear a poppy, or observe a minute’s silence at 11am, and help keep the legacy of our service people alive.
Lest we forget.
Draw to remember
RSL Sub Branches across Queensland joined forces with local schools to engage primary school students in a creative learning experience while reflecting on the significance of Remembrance Day.
Remembrance Day Stories
Remembering the forgotten
Dozens of veterans lay unknown in Ipswich General Cemetery. So Korean War veteran Matthew Rennie OAM began a tenacious mission to honour them.
Why We Remember on 11 November
Since WWI, Remembrance Day has been a time to remember all who have given their lives in service. Read more about Remembrance Day’s history and traditions.
Remembrance Activities For Families
From memorial walks to craft, there are plenty of ways to commemorate Remembrance Day weekend as a family. Check out these five ideas for all ages.
Flanders Fields to A Symbol of Remembrance
Pinned to lapels or laid upon headstones and memorials worldwide, poppies remain a powerful symbol of remembrance.
Remembrance Day vs ANZAC Day Explained
What is the difference between ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day? Learn how Australia’s major military commemorations compare with this simple guide.
Make Your Own Poppy Wreath
Want to make your own poppy wreath? Here’s an ingenious way to keep your kids busy, encourage their creativity and get them involved in commemorating.
Use #RememberToRemember on your social media channels to share what Remembrance Day means to you, or how you will be commemorating the day.
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