Information about applying for tickets to Anzac Day services at The Cenotaph and Westminster Abbey is posted here.

Anzac Day London Ticket Application

Admittance to the services at The Cenotaph and Westminster Abbey are strictly by ticket only.  Ticket applications are open to all members of the public. There is no cost to attend any of the events listed. The application needs to be completed for every person wishing to attend the services (except for children 3 years and under). If you wish to march in the Cenotaph Parade, there is a section on the registration form for completion.

To issue tickets we require the following for all guests:

  • Permanent residential address
  • Government issued photo identification details – from a valid passport or driver licence. This same identification document must be presented on the day of the event.  The details and presentation of the same identification document at the event are required for security vetting purposes. 

Please be careful when entering your addresses and identification numbers. Tickets cannot be issued for incomplete or inaccurate applications.

Tickets will be dispatched by email in early to mid-April to the email address you have provided. Please check your spam/junk mail. You will need to print your tickets and bring them with you on the day.

If you have not received your ticket by 21 April, please email

Attendance Conditions:

Attendees (“You”) agree to comply with security and safety procedures and instructions from staff, stewards, security and/or Police Officers at the event(s). You may be subject to bag searches, metal detector tests and/or comprehensive physical screening. Failure to comply with such procedures and instructions may lead to refusal of entry and/or ejection from the event(s). All attendees, (except for children 3 years of age and under) must produce, upon request, a valid ticket and corresponding government issued photographic proof of identity before being authorised admission and/or continuance at the event(s). Tickets may only be acquired by individuals for personal use and remain the property of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) and New Zealand High Commission at all times. Tickets may not be transferred, sold, on-sold, exchanged for fee or reward, other valuable consideration or otherwise commercially dealt with, or under any other circumstances. Contravening these conditions will result in tickets being nullified and refusal of admission. Tickets are strictly prohibited from use in advertising, promotion or any other commercial or non-commercial purposes. If you are photographed or filmed whilst at the event(s), you consent to MFAT, or third parties appointed by us, photographing and/or filming you and using your image, likeness and voice without compensation, credit or restriction for perpetuity. 

Privacy Statement:

The personal information in this form is collected by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (“MFAT”), the head office of the High Commission, for the purposes of registration for the Anzac Day Cenotaph and Westminster Abbey events and will only be used for purposes related to, or arising from, these activities. MFAT will store your personal information on a secure system and on Zkipster (see next paragraph re their GDPR statement).  MFAT may share the information we have collected with other relevant government agencies, including for the purpose of security vetting.

MFAT is using third party software for the processing of the data required to apply for Anzac Day tickets.  Their GDPR statement can be found here: (external link) (external link)  Data collected for Anzac Day ticket applications will be deleted once the events have taken place, and relevant reporting statistics are collected. The reporting statistics are anonymised, and provide general information such as attendance numbers. By completing the online request for Anzac Day tickets you agree to your data being compiled for this purpose.

If you have any questions regarding how MFAT handles your personal information, how to access or correct your personal information, how to complain about a breach of privacy, please contact the High Commission.

By completing the online form linked below, you agree to our Attendance Conditions and Privacy Statement.

Please click here to apply for tickets (external link)