The Premier's Spirit of ANZAC Prize provides 22 students with the opportunity to participate in an overseas study tour to sites where Australians have served in times of war and peacekeeping. In addition, 20 regional finalists will visit Canberra and be invited to attend the Premier's ANZAC Day Luncheon.
The Prize is open to students in Years 9 and 10 currently enrolled in all Victorian Government, Catholic and Independent Schools. For the competition, students will respond to a prompt relating to Australian history.
Students can present their entry as an essay up to 1000 words (word count doesn’t include references or footnotes), a poem, short story or other literary form, audio presentation (maximum 10 minutes), video presentation (maximum 10 minutes), musical composition – a song or instrumental, web page, or artwork.
For more information visit the official website here.
Anyone can compete, few finalists
No technical skills required
One off event
Submit your entry and application on-line (early applications encouraged)