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ANZAC Display

Pioneer Cottage in Pioneer Crescent, Buderim, will have an ANZAC Static Display this May, to honour the Service men and women of Buderim who fought in WW1.

It will feature four Buderim ANZACs - Eric Foote, John Dahl, Peter Noels and Dorothea Burnett, showing their photos, and conveying their service history and life stories. The display includes service uniforms, a full Light Horse Infantryman uniform and war memorabilia. 

On display an Ensign Flag, a relic of the First World War, flown in France by D Company of the 15th Battalion AIF, commanded by Captain Josiah Francis(later Sir) who brought the flag back with him and later, as Minister for the Army in 1953, gave it to his good friend Hubert Foote of Buderim, a WW1 Army Chaplain. 

Red and purple poppies will be on display and for sale as well as ANAZC Biscuits. The Cottage will be open daily from April 20-27 from 11am to 3pm. On ANZAC Day it will be open from 10am to 4pm. Visitor Guides are on duty each day and music from the era will be played. Admission - adults $5, children $1.



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