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Anzac 100 years commemorative certificates

Australia is celebrating the Anzac Centenary between 2014 and 2018. Queenslanders can reflect on the courage of the men and women who served for Australia and New Zealand during World War I.

We are one of only a few government agencies that have records for World War I deaths. For the Anzac Centenary we have released limited edition commemorative death and birth certificates.

For every certificate sold, we will donate a percentage of the proceeds to defence charity Soldier On. This inspiring charity supports wounded Australian soldiers during their physical and psychological recovery.

Anzac commemorative death certificates

You can buy an Anzac commemorative death certificate to honour a fallen service person who served in the Australian Defence Force.

An Anzac commemorative death certificate costs $28.00 (standard postage included).

You can choose from these designs:

Poppies Soldier

How to apply

To buy an Anzac commemorative death certificate, you need to:

  1. Search the historical index to find the record you want to buy, or submit a buy a Queensland commemorative death certificate application.
  2. Select 'order' on the record you want to purchase.
  3. Check the quantity of the product you want to order is correct.
  4. Read the terms and conditions.
  5. Accept the terms and conditions and order the product.
  6. Use the shopping cart to order and pay by credit card (Visa or MasterCard).

A receipt for your payment will be sent to the email address you give us in your application.

Anzac commemorative birth certificates

You can buy an Anzac commemorative birth certificate package (including 1 standard birth certificate and standard postage) for $59.00.

The Anzac commemorative birth certificate is available without a standard birth certificate for $23.55.

Koala

How to apply

To buy an Anzac commemorative birth certificate you can:

Last updated
19 May 2017
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