This is a poignant and educational trip that will encourage students to reflect with gratitude on the sacrifices made on European soil by their ancestors. This historical trip is spread across France and Belgium, and students will have the opportunity to visit significant memorial sights and battlefields. 

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  • Increase historical knowledge of the wars through visits to key battlefields, memorials and museums. 
  • Experience French cuisine with dinners at local restaurants. 
  • Take in the beauty of Paris with a guided tour of its most famous sites.
  • Visit specific memorial sites dedicated to the Australian efforts and sacrifices made during the war.


  • An all-inclusive package including flights, accommodation, transport, meals and activities.
  • The assurance of our full suite of tools, resources, checklists and support to make your trip planning and advertising a breeze. 
  • Free travel for teachers.
  • An EA tour representative to take care of all logistics on hand 24/7.

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What Can You Expect

Students will get a better understanding of the significant history of the First and Second World Wars, learn about how ANZAC was formed,and have the opportunity to walk the grounds their ancestors fought for. With an educational tour focusing on the impact and effect specific to your nationality, students will learn more about the sacrifices made and will be inspired by the past of the battlefields. Students will visit the many historic sites of both wars including the Somme battlefields as well as many other key landmarks across Amiens, Reims and Ypres. The trip will finish in Paris where you will take in all the beautiful and iconic sights, and enjoy an optional fun day at Euro Disney. 

ANZAC school trip

As members of the Commonwealth, Australian and New Zealand soldiers formed part of the expedition in 1915 that set out to capture the Gallipoli peninsula in order to open the Dardanelles to the allied navies. The ultimate objective was to capture Constantinople (now Istanbul), the capital of the Ottoman Empire, an ally of Germany. Although the Gallipoli campaign was not a success in its military objectives, the Australian and New Zealand actions during the campaign left a powerful legacy. The creation of what became known as the “Anzac legend” became an important part of the identity of both nations, shaping the ways they viewed both their past and their future.


"This trip was excellent, I felt really confident with EA throughout the planning process, there was great communication and they were really oganised. Parents complimented me on how organised the trip was and that was due to EA. The highlight for me was the Battlefields and also the Paris museums."

Mrs. Ann McGovern, Marist College, North Shore, Sydney, Australia

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