of Gallipoli Media Centre
If you're in the media Sands of Gallipoli is committed to helping
you involve your community in commemorating the ANZAC Spirit. As
the living memory of our diggers passes into history, Australia
needs your help to keep alive the ANZAC legacy and its connection
to the society we have become.
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Media Resources: Sands of Gallipoli
While ANZAC Day provides a single focus for our national commemoration
on the ANZAC Spirit the Gallipoli experience lasted many months.
If you want to do a piece on other significant Gallipoli events
we are pleased to help. Our historians can provide great background.
Military historians are essential to the authenticity of all Sands designs and can discuss the historic reference and context.
Soldier On is receiving 10 per cent of all proceeds from Sands of Gallipoli to support its work with helping today's service men and women who have been wounded - psychologically or physically, in conflict. Soldier On can discuss its exciting projects working with today's diggers.
High resolution images of the Sands of Gallipoli 2013 collection
for use in publications. View gallery
Soldier On Community Service Announcements
Let Victoria Cross recipient Mark Donaldson share Soldier
Ons story with your listeners. Please download
these great community service announcements.
If you have the space we would be most grateful if you would be
willing to run one of our adverts. We have print ready press advertisements
in a variety of sizes ready to go. View the
Information on the 2013 "Battle
of Lone Pine" design
History of the Battle of Lone Pine
The Battle of Lone Pine, one of the
most famous actions of the Gallipoli campaign, was mounted as
a diversion to draw Turkish attention away from assaults against
Sari Bair, Chunuk Bair and Hill 971. View
Although I am a keen enthusiast of
historical genres my knowledge surrounding First World War military
battles and the actions of land forces are not as well rounded.
When presented with the Lone Pine project my awareness of the
specific campaign was limited... View
full Artists Notes
About the Artsist
Drew Harrison is a practicing artist
based in Adelaide, South Australia. His formal illustrative
training has provided a solid background for his evolution into
contemporary artist. Acrylic paint is Drew's medium of choice
and a material that he has adeptly mastered for creating a wide
range of works. View Drew Harrison's
Gallipoli Media Competition -
Each year in the lead-up to ANZAC Day we provide exciting prizes
and support for media to engage the community in keeping the ANZAC
spirit alive. In 2013 our major prize was a trip for two to Gallipoli
in 2015. We'll do a similar competition next year. We can also
look at one-off competitions to support your community. Just call
View the competition details here.
See entrant Terms and Conditions here.