The New Zealand Government is seeking public feedback on how to ballot attendance at Anzac Day 2015 in Gallipoli.
On 25 April 2015, New Zealand and Australia will commemorate the centenary of the Anzac landings on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey.
Because the Anzac Commemorative Site in Gallipoli has a limited capacity and demand in 2015 will be high, New Zealand and Australia will need to manage numbers to ensure visitors' safety.
A balloting system will be used to allocate attendance passes, with public input wanted on how this ballot should be run. For example, people can comment on whether the descendants of those who served at Gallipoli should have priority.
Have your say by completing the online survey at www.gallipoli2015.govt.nz
After hearing from the public, and consulting with groups such as the RSA, the Government will make a decision in early 2013 on the balloting principles.
Please make sure you read the discussion paper and complete the survey by midnight on 25 November 2012.