Exploring Sites of Historical Significance

Visit one of the world’s awe inspiring battlefield sites and walk in the footsteps of those who took part in the epic struggles of history; where great armies once marched over rolling hills and open fields, and where jagged cliff tops and imposing ramparts became embroiled in desperate clashes for freedom - and for life itself.

Australia’s war time history is solemnly marked in a thousand places - from South Africa and Western Europe to Crete and Gallipoli, and all across the jungles of Asia and the Pacific. Follow allied engagements from World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam and more recently Iraq and Afghanistan and there will be countless Australian stories of sacrifice and valour to be found.

Battlefield tours are an excellent way to take part in organised commemoration ceremonies and Travel Associates has a wide range of packages available for upcoming anniversary events in Turkey, Greece and around the world. Enjoy an American Civil War battle re-enactment at one of the many preserved battlefield sites across the USA or discover how history played out as great armies clashed for dominance in Asia and the Middle East.      

For these or other battlefield tours and excursions, contact your nearest Travel Associates office today for an appointment. 

For these or other battlefield tours and excursions, call 13 70 71 to speak with a Travel Associates travel expert today.


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Tens of thousands of Australians make a pilgrimage to the shores of Gallipoli each Anzac Day, a journey that is seen as the ultimate way to pay respect to the Aussies who fell in the beach landing of 1915.

Nagasaki feature

Along with the city of Hiroshima, Nagasaki has become a shrine of remembrance for those who fell in the World War II bombings.

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APT recently unveiled it's 2017 Pre-Release Europe River Cruising brochure which features a handful of new itineraries and range of classic journeys – all underpinned by exclusive SuperDeals available until 15 May 2016.


An ancient woodland site in England with a name as mystical as its trees – Puzzlewood – is poised to become a major tourist site after being featured in the latest Star Wars film. Located in Gloucestershire, west of

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