Their goal was freedom for the land they loved. It is a legend not of sweeoing military victories but of triumphs against the odds, of courage and ingenuity in adversity. It is a legend of free and independent spirits whose discipline derived less from military formalities and customs than from the bonds of mateship and the demands of necessity. But the Spirit of ANZAC is not confined to the battlefield. It lives in the schools, on sports fields and indeed all over our great country. The deeds of the soldiers and their sacrifices gave us the invincible, the intangible, the Spirit of ANZAC. In out time and for all time we will remember them.