To commemorate ANZAC Day, Melbourne Star Observation Wheel will be honouring fallen soldiers, those who have served and our current military personnel with a series of tributes throughout the day and night on April 25, 2015.
On the anniversary of Australian and New Zealand forces landing at Gallipoli, and the entry of Australian troops into World War One, ANZAC Day 2015 marks the centenary of this historic day.
To honour the occasion, Melbourne Star will be theming it’s LED light display to reflect the symbolic colours of the returned services league badge, a time honoured emblem worn with a deep sense of pride by those who have served their country.
As Australians nationwide gather for memorial services at dawn, the Melbourne Star will glow red, creating a stunning illumination of the morning sky and symbolising the blood tie of war that exists between servicemen and women.
In the evening, the Star’s LED lightshow will be a powerful white, blue and red- white echoing the purity of servicemen and women’s motive to join the Australian Defence Forces, and blue acknowledging that servicemen and women are willing to render that service to a comrade anywhere and at any time.
“ANZAC day is a significant time for all Australians, and we are proud to remember those who have fought valiantly for our country,” Melbourne Star CEO, Chris Kelly, said.
To thank our current serving and returned military personnel, Melbourne Star invites servicemen and women to receive a complimentary single flight admission on ANZAC day. Conditions Apply.
The Melbourne Star will open from 1pm-10pm on ANZAC day, Melburnians and visitors are also invited to take a flight and enjoy the opportunity to reflect on what the day stands for with last admission at 9.30pm.
The Melbourne Star is owned by Sanoyas Rides Australia Pty Ltd.