Staff and ambassadors from the Indigenous health organisation, Deadly Choices, took part in an Army obstacle course at Gallipoli Barracks, Brisbane.
Gunner Cooper McCallum will be participating in the Anzac Day Dawn Service and parade in his hometown of Wauchope, NSW.
More than 1,000 soldiers and civilians ran the streets of Gallipoli Barracks for the Run Army fun run, raising more than $46,000 for Legacy.
Although Warrant Officer Class One Allan Ryan wasn’t born in Lismore, NSW, he is heading to his “hometown” for Anzac Day.
The Malo-Bula Cup Rugby Sevens competition has helped forge closer ties between the Fijian, Tongan and Australian Armies.
Soldiers from the Republic of Fiji Military Forces worked with Australian infantry soldiers on Exercise Coral Soldier.
Thirty-seven soldiers and officers from the Republic of Fiji Military Forces arrived in Australia for Exercise Coral Soldier.
Gallipoli Barracks will hold a Garrison Family Day on April 18 to help link Defence members and their families with support organisations.
History has been preserved with the installation of a Vietnam-era Iroquois helicopter at the main entrance to Gallipoli Barracks, Brisbane.
Soldiers of 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, participated in their annual High Explosive Week in the Wide Bay Training Area.
A new virtual reality training platform is allowing crews of protected mobility vehicles to experience life-like combat scenarios.
Soldiers from 7th Combat Brigade training on the Army Combatives Program were shown how hand-to-hand combat was done in the good old days.