The Premier's ANZAC Prize 

The Premier’s Anzac Prize is proudly presented in partnership with RSL Queensland. Each year, eight students and two adult teacher chaperones will be selected to visit the battlefields of Europe where Australian troops fought during World War I.

This a great opportunity for students to see first hand the places where the ANZACs fought, particularly the Western Front, and gain a better understanding of what they went through all those years ago.
Each year, applications open from Term 1 and close in Term 3 the year before travel.

This competition is open to Queensland based students only and is limited to 2 applicants per school.

The 2024 Premier’s Anzac Prize is open now for applications (see below).

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Premier's ANZAC Prize Feature

Students Farewelled

Queensland students depart on an educational trip of a lifetime to European battlefields.



Premier's ANZAC Prize Feature

Young Historians' Workshop

A rare opportunity to get up close with WWI artefacts, one of many learning experiences for students.




Premier's ANZAC Prize Feature

Supporting Premier's Anzac Prize

RSL Queensland is proud to continue supporting students to engage with the ANZAC spirit.



Premier's ANZAC Prize Feature

About The Prize

The Premier's Anzac Prize enables students to visit European battlefields where Australian troops fought.


The 2024 Premier's ANZAC Prize 

Applications are now open for the 2024 Premier's Anzac Prize - Queensland students and teachers are encouraged to apply for this once in a lifetime opportunity.


Key dates

  • Student and chaperone applications open – Thursday 13 April 2023
  • Chaperone applications close – Monday 17 July 2023
  • Student applications close – Friday 8 September 2023
  • Young historians workshop – 10 to 12 January 2024
  • Premier's Anzac Prize tour – 13 to 28 April 2024


  • The prize is awarded to 8 Queensland students
  • A 14 to 16 day tour of Europe visiting key sites important to our Australian war history
  • Learn about Life at the Front and the history of our ANZACs overseas during WWI
  • Students are required to attend a briefing session, a 2-day workshop, complete a research task, undertake charity fundraising project and present to a primary school in the 4 to 5 months prior to travel
  • Final itinerary and details will be provided during the briefing session
  • The 2 teacher chaperones will accompany the group for the whole tour and will be required to assist with the Prize projects, tour planning and pre-departure sessions as well as - undertake their own research task
  • Students must have prior parent/guardian consent
  • Accommodation is hotel style or twin share


  • Young Historians Workshop
  • Return economy airfares
  • Land travel
  • Travel insurance
  • Accommodation
  • Most meals
  • Entry fees to all site visits

How To Enter:

Applicants are required to complete a multimedia presentation addressing the following question: How relevant for young Australians today is the ANZAC Spirit, which was forged and shaped by the experiences of earlier generations in twentieth century conflicts in places far from home?

Applicants are required to submit their multimedia presentation and application form to the Department of Education as outlined in the application form.

Applications are now open for the 2024 Premier’s Anzac Prize.


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This competition is held in conjunction with the Queensland Department of Education. Please refer to the full list of terms and conditions available on their website.