During World War I a strong relationship grew between France and Australia as a lot of the fighting took place in that country. Many of our countrymen still lie in French cemeteries. On Sunday, July 25, the Friends of ANZAC Cottage are going to explore this bond that still remains strong to this day.
There will be a talk at 2:30pm describing an Aussie’s visit to France, following in his ancestor’s footsteps, as well as displays of photographs and documents.
The Friends of ANZAC Cottage acknowledge the support and encouragement of the National Trust of Western Australia. ANZAC Cottage is managed by the National Trust on behalf of the community and the Government of Western Australia.
Cost (if applicable):
Entry is by donation and afternoon tea available for a gold coin donation
38 Kalgoorlie Street MT HAWTHORN 6016