A national war memorial song and a tribute to the ANZAC spirit of mateship, courage and sacrifice.
Over 100,000 Australians have lost their lives in the service and defence of our country. Along with their mates, they're marching once again, in the towns and cities, across our great land.
The song is timeless and honours the memory of those who have died in the service and defence of Australia in war. The marching theme of the song is especially powerful and supports the spirit of ANZAC Day. The song does not glorify war or endorse conflict of any kind. The song simply highlights the sacrifice of many Australians who died in the service and defence of our country in war.
The song has been used for commemorative purposes across Australia by schools, churches, choirs, bands, councils, retirement homes, military services, radio stations, RSL branches and ANZAC tributes at NRL & AFL matches.
Companies and businesses have asked to use the song leading up to (or on) ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day. The song is also requested to be used at veteran funerals. Our YouTube Channel has passed 2.25 million video views, with most viewing videos relating to the popular song.
If you have a loved one or a family member who died in the service of Australia in war or who served Australia in war but has since passed away, you can have them remembered in an 'In memory of...' website.
Veteran organisations, such as RSL Branches, can now have their own unique online presence, which would include information about the organisation, unique YouTube video and photos.
A monitored, family friendly site, and suitable for school children.