ANZAC Cove Tour: ANZAC Cove is one of the small cove in north side of the peninsula. It became a well known cove during and after the World War I. Because ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) was landed to this cove on April 25th 1915. The ANZAC cove is nearly 600m long. From the first day of the war North Beach was the port of ANZACs. ANZAC Cove beach became the main supply for the Australian and New Zealand troops for the eight months of the battle.
Lone Pine Tour: Lone pine was a strategically important plateau in the south of ANZAC Cove. It was attacked by the Australians during the First World War between 6th and 10th of August in 1915 against the Sari Bair peaks of Chunuk Bair and Hill 971. The Lone Pine battlefield, named for a solitary Turkish Pine that stood there at the begining of the war, was situated about the centre of the eastern line of the ANZAC trenches.
Chunuk Bair Tour: Chunuk bair was one of the most important spot and peak of the Sari bair range in battlefield. The Battlefield of Chunuk Bair was a battle area between the Turkish defenders and troops of New Zealand and Britain on Turkey's Peninsula in August 1915. The attackers captured the Chunuk Bair, "Canak Bayırı" (Basin Slope) in Turkish (now "Conk Bayırı") in between 6-10 August. This was the main objective of the ANZACs offensive of early August 1915 when they tried to break out of the stalemate with the Turks in the ANZAC sector but their attempt was met with the staunch defence of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (Turkish commander) and the bid was unsuccessful.