The Battle of Pozières is remembered for the role played by the ANZAC forces : Memorial to the 1st and 2nd Australian Division... It was also the first front to see the use of tanks...
The Australian Memorial of Le Hamel commemorates more than 100 000 Australians who served in the Australian Corps in France. It was laid out by the Australian government.
Péronne was liberated by the Australians in September 1918. A memorial is dedicated to the 2nd Australian Division and represents an australian soldier.
The New Zealand memorial of Longueval commemorates the New Zealand Division participation in the Great War and in particular in 1916 in the High Wood.
On the road to Thiepval from Pozières, a small Australian memorial with a Bastiaan plaque stands on the right at the ancient place of the Mouquet Farm.
Created by the Franco-Australian Association, the Franco-Australian Museum, unveiled the April 25 th 1975, is located on the first floor of the Victoria School.
The immense Australian Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux, inaugurated in 1938, (the site each year of the commemoration of Anzac Day) reflect the vital contribution of the Australian troops.
Dernancourt, a village near Albert, witnessed some battles between German troops and 3rd and 4th Australian Divisions in March and April 1918...
The Third Australian Division Memorial in Sailly-le-Sec which was built in 1919-1920, commemorates the task of the division around this village on March 1918.