The Premier’s Anzac Student Tour

An annual competition, open to all Western Australian students in Years 8 to 11, the tour is a unique opportunity for student ambassadors to investigate the Anzac legacy. Discover their journeys below.

Premier's Anzac Student Tour

The successful student ambassadors for the 2023 Premier’s Anzac Student Tour have been announced.

Congratulations to our 10 student ambassadors:

  • Elizaveta Fedotova, Bob Hawke College
  • Adoley Mensah, Wyndham District High School
  • Poppy Fletcher, Mount Lawley Senior High School
  • Joshua Patrick, Northam Senior High School
  • Harry Forman, Katanning Senior High School
  • Georgia Kikiros, St Andrew's Grammar
  • Zoe Stockdale, Kalgoorlie Boulder Community High School
  • Lila Wenzel, Albany Senior High School
  • Rishita Sarkar, Perth Modern School
  • Ebony Whitney, Collie Senior High School

The 2023 Premier’s Anzac Student Tour will travel to Sydney and New Zealand in April next year to commemorate the 78th anniversary of the end of World War II.
The student ambassadors will attend a briefing session ahead of undertaking their historical study tour.


The Premier's Anzac Student Tour is an annual competition open to all Western Australian students in Years 8 to 11.

Since 2004, 226 students have been chosen for tours to Belgium, England, France, Greece, Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey, Vietnam and around Australia to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Anzac service men and women.
Students are selected as tour ambassadors following a written submission and interviews, demonstrating their interest in Australian history and an understanding of the Anzac legacy.
Follow the journey of the 2022 Premier’s Anzac Student Tour. The tour travelled to Albany, Rottnest Island, Broome and Kununurra from 9 to 19 November 2022 in commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the bombing of Broome and Darwin.

Our students on tour