Anzac Day commemorates the anniversary of Australian and New Zealand troops landing at Gallipoli in 1915 during World War 1. April 25 has since become a national day of reflection on the sacrifices made by ANZAC soldiers during this and other conflicts.
CSU Library has a wide range of resources about Anzac Day and the wider conflict of World War 1. The following are just a sample you can access to learn more:
- Gallipoli – Les Carlyon
- Archie’s letter: an Anzac Day story – Martin Flanagan
- A distant grief: Australians, war graves and the Great War – Bart Ziino
- Anzac Day Then and Now – edited by Tom Frame
CSU Library’s opening hours will be different on this day as it is a public holiday. Read on to see how you’ll be able to access the library services and collection during this time.
- Bathurst, Wagga Wagga, Albury-Wadonga and Orange: 1.30 – 5pm
- Dubbo and Port Macquarie: closed
- Dubbo, Port Macquarie and Orange: 24 hours
- Bathurst, Wagga Wagga and Albury-Wadonga: 1.30 – 5pm
Phone and Chat Services
- 1.30 – 5pm