2000 places for Kiwis at Gallipoli
Up to 2000 places will be open to New Zealanders to attend Anzac Day at Gallipoli for the 100th anniversary in 2015.
A ballot will open on November 1, with results announced in April next year.
Attendance passes will be free but those who are successful in the ballot will need to make their own travel arrangements and meet all their own costs.
Passes will be allocated as follows:
75 per cent (750 double passes/1500 places in total) by ballot for all New Zealanders (includ- ing descendants veterans who unsuccessful in specific ballot)
10 per cent (100 double passes/200 places in total) by ballot for direct descendants of Gallipoli veterans
10 per cent (100 double passes/200 places in total) by ballot for veterans of all conflicts
5 per cent (100 places in total) reserved for special groups such as youth representatives and children of Gallipoli veterans.
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