History of the ANZAC flag
ANZAC flag: This is a brief history of the flag, it origins and why it was chosen to represent the country.
ANZAC Day and the Importance of the Flag
Flying the ANZAC flag is a poignant way of remembering those who have served in battle to protect the people of Australia and New Zealand. Today, it also serves as a symbol of national pride in the nation and respects both countries’ diverse heritage and cultural history.
Officially, ANZAC day is observed on April 25th each year and commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations, protecting and defending the freedom of the nation’s respective citizens.