Albany at the Dawn of the Anzac Legend captures the unique story of a quiet country town located at the southern tip of Western Australia and depicts the integral role it played in the first convoys of Australian and New Zealand forces who sailed off to fight on the battlefield of Gallipoli.
The story takes us from this momentous time in November and December, 1914, to the end of the Great War and through to the tradition of the dawn service. It also presents Albany as it stands today – an important commercial centre for the Great Southern region of Western Australia, and a charming and popular tourist destination.
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