Traffic and Crowd Management

Traffic and Crowd Management
Management of traffic on the Gallipoli Peninsula is the responsibility of the Turkish Jandarma (military police). The number of large vehicles on the narrow roads of the Gallipoli Peninsula during Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 April. Those planning to do so should be aware that designated parking areas may be several kilometres from the Dawn Service site, the walk from the parking area to the site may be along unlit or poorly lit roads, and private vehicles are prohibited from travelling between commemorative sites. Those attending Anzac Day services on the Gallipoli Peninsula should plan their visit accordingly.

Coaches will not be permitted to travel through the Anzac Commemorative Site from the afternoon of 24 April. Coaches are stopped one kilometre from the site at the Beach Cemetery passenger set down point and visitors will be required to walk from there to the Anzac Commemorative Site.

Coaches will not commence the collection of passengers until after the conclusion of the Chunuk Bair service at approximately 1:15 pm on 25 April. Coaches will collect passengers only from the commemorative sites. It takes until 4 or 5pm for all coaches to pick up their passengers.

Further information about traffic arrangements will be provided by the announcers on site.