These clips are taken from the Ministry's YouTube page.

Performance by the Royal New Zealand Air Force Band marking their 80th anniversary on 12th May 2017. This video features sound.

Time lapse video of the 2017 Anzac Day ceremonies held at the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park featuring the Dawn Service, National Commemoration and the Last Post. Video courtesy of Chameleon Event Management & Neil Price Photography.  This video does not feature any sound.

Time lapse video of the Last Post ceremony on Anzac Day 2016 which was followed by the WWI Remembered : Light and Sound show. Video shot by Mark Tantram Photography.

The time lapse video of the Dawn Service on Anzac Day 2016. Video shot by Mark Tantrum Photography which features background music.

This video features Anon vocal ensemble performing at the Hall of Memories in Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on 26 July 2015 as part of the Capital 150 celebrations.

This video features sound.

'WWI Remembered' at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park around Anzac Day 2015. Courtesy of Wellington City Council and Transmit Media-Creative, you can witness this artistic journey through some of New Zealand's military history online.

This video features sound.

Timelapse video of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on Anzac Day 2015 from the Dawn Service to the evening's Beating the Retreat ceremony. Footage is by Paul Fisher Photography.

There are no sound files or captions for this video.

Drone footage of the newly opened Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. Video shot by Morgan Whitfield for the Memorial Park Alliance on 21 April 2015.

This video features background music but there is no commentary.

Timelapse video of the opening of Pukeahu National War Park on 18 April 2015. Footage is by Paul Fisher Photography.

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A visual history of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park compiled by Rowan Pierce.  This clip screened at the opening ceremony on 18 April 2015.

There are no sound files with this video.

Artist Darcy Nicholas carving and casting the Hinerangi sculpture which is located in the Ngā Tapuwae o te Kāhui Maunga gardens. Filmed and edited by Darcy's son James Nicholas.

This video features sound.
 

Film showing the National War Memorial in 2011, just before the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park was developed.

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Related clips

WWI remembered - light and sound show footage taken by Sean Gillespie.

WWI remembered - Wellington City Council street parade on 24 April 2015 taken by Transport New Zealand.

Raw footage of the 2015 Dawn Service at Pukeahu taken by Scoop.

LEARNZ's education portal.

WW100's list of YouTube clips relating to New Zealand World War I commemorations.


Updated on 13th November 2017