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Wear a sprig of rosemary in remembrance on Anzac Day


Rosemary is an ancient symbol of remembrance. It is especially significant to Australians as it grew wild on the hills of Gallipoli. During World War I soldiers would pick a sprig and give it to their mate to symbolise trust and friendship. It is traditionally worn on Anzac Day to honour our veterans and show support to their families.Rosemary is our gift to the public, but many choose to donate to Legacy for the sprig. These donations are used to support the widows, widowers, and children of our veterans.

Click the link below to request a rosemary tray for your school or business.

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