On this day, 98 years ago the Armistice which ended the First World War took place (1914-18). Almost a century later we commemorate all those who have fallen at the hands of war and all those who have dedicated their lives in service.
As one of the only flowers that bloomed among the battlefields following the devestation of war, the poppy stands as a universal symbol of commemoration.
In reflection and remembrance of times we hope to never again see, our Sydney office wore poppies today as a sign of respect. Each poppy was met with a kind donation for our past and present service men and women.