About the Anzac Spirit Study Tour
The Chief Minister's Anzac Spirit Study Tour promotes the importance of Anzac Day, Australia's involvement in various conflicts since, and the importance of peacekeeping missions today.
The date 25 April 2018 will mark exactly 100 years since the Second Battle of Villers-Bretonneux in France.
To commemorate this centenary the government is offering additional places for the next Anzac Spirit Study Tour.
Fifteen students and three chaperones will travel to Villers-Bretonneux as participants in the 2018 study tour.
All costs for the seven to 10-day tour will be covered including travel, accommodation, insurance, meals, uniforms and additional expenses.
When you can apply
Entries are now closed.
The successful students will be announced in November 2017.
All Year 9 and 10 students enrolled at Northern Territory schools can submit an entry.
Entries were required to be submitted to your school by 11 August 2017.
Read more about how students can submit an entry for the study tour.
Teachers can apply to take part in the Chief Minister's Anzac Spirit Study Tour as a chaperone.
Teacher applications were required to be submitted to schools by 11 August 2017.
Read more about how teachers can apply to take part in the tour.
What the tour involves
The 2018 Chief Minister's Anzac Spirit Study Tour will support students to explore the history of Anzac Day and the continuing importance of Australia's involvement in various conflicts and peacekeeping missions.
It will provide an exciting opportunity for 15 Year 9 or 10 students, accompanied by chaperones, to visit battlefields of significance to Australia and the Anzacs.
They will take part in the 2018 Anzac Day centenary commemorations in Villers-Bretonneux, France.
Last updated: 29 January 2018