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2015 will be the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landing at Gallipoli. Photo: Reuters Anzac Day tourism remains strong, but many people are saving for Gallipoli's 100th anniversary, writes Belinda Jackson. Commemorating Australia's war dead at
Albatross Tours is instead focusing on Western Front tours, which it says have been growing in popularity in recent years. The managing director of Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours, Mat McLachlan, says he has also seen a decline in demand for
Story continues below Q Your favourite World War I Western Front Australian'' theatre? A I've always been fascinated by Pozieres, Fromelles and Passchendaele. But the ones that really move me are the lesser-known sites, such as Montbrehain in France.
Story continues below Interest will only grow in the lead-up to the Anzac Day centenary in 2015, taking the sector further out of the realm of specialist operators and into the mass market. "Many years ago, we were almost on our own [as a Gallipoli
Story continues below Dawn over Dardanelles Two new trips are tapping into the popularity of battlefield tourism. Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours will launch a 15-night Vietnam commemoration tour on March 19 to April 3 next year...He was awarded the