Everything you might need to know about the 2014 Anzac Day Services at Gallipoli is on the Veterans' Affairs New Zealand website.
It might be very hot, or freezing cold (overnight temperatures can fall below 0 degrees Celsius). It might be wet or windy, and there is no outdoor shelter while waiting for the Anzac Day services.
There are French, UK and Turkish memorial services on the 24th in various parts of the peninsula.
On Friday 25th (Anzac Day), the Dawn Service is held at the Anzac Commemorative Site, North Beach at 5.30am, followed by the Australian Service at Lone Pine (10am) and the New Zealand Service at Chunuk Bair (11.45am).
Anzac Commemorative Site to Lone Pine: approximately 3.1 kms on a very steep track; takes about 45 minutes to walk.
Lone Pine to Chunuk Bair: approximately 3.2 kms on an uphill road; takes about an hour and fifteen minutes to walk.
|View of the Anzac Commemorative Site where the Dawn Service is held|