Even though Australia is considered to be a younger country, we still do have a lot of history behind us. One of the most significant days that represents some of the most important parts of Australian history is Anzac Day. The day that is dedicated to remembering the soldiers who so courageously fought in the wars.

It seems fitting that Samford Museum is holding an event on Anzac Day to celebrate past and present soldiers. The quaint museum is rich in its own history and visiting this local attraction can provide the visitors with an insight into how life was from very early settler life and through the wars.

So with so much history with Anzac Day at a museum with history, it will be a great way to spend Anzac Day. Entry will be completely free from 9:00am to 1:00pm. A special performance will be performed by the Samford Community Choir and if you feel like singing along, that’s welcomed. Members of the Samford Museum are available if you would like to research service people from your own family history. For the kids a fun Anzac themed treasure hunt will be happening and if you get hungry there will be a classic sausage sizzle and refreshments for you to purchase.


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When?

Thursday 25th April 9:00am
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Thursday 25th April 1:00pm


Where?

21 Station Street, Samford Village QLD, Australia


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