WWI Paper Aeroplane Show
Bring your family, kids under 12 come FREE!
WWI was caused by the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand from the Austro-Hungary empire, on the 28th June 1914. It was also caused by imperialism! Sparks flew from many nations, and before you know it, the war is plunged into chaos and hell-bent on destruction of the opposition.
Send courier messages that explain how Australia was involved in this devastating event!
Demonstration of the significant battles that Australians took part in!
- Battle of Fromelles
- Battle of Pozieres
There was a high amount of casualties at Pozieres, even though the town was taken in a few days. Over the next few weeks, the town was bombarded by constant German artillery, causing massive amounts of casualties.
Catch paper aeroplanes containing the effects of the war on Australians at the home front!
Anzac Day; What it means to Australians.
It is a day that Australians can remember the soldiers that died in the wars fighting for their country, enduring great harship.
What's on for the day!
- 12:00: Introduction to the action packed day
- 12:30: Send courier messages about the involvement of Australia in the war!
- 1:00: An interesting show recounting and demonstrating how the battles Australia fought in went.
- 2:00: Catch aeroplanes and relive the impact of the war on the general public!
- 2:14: Minute of Silence for the soldiers that were lost in this horrific event.