Made Easy Battlefield Tours

Made Easy Battlefields Tours are our very own Remembrance Tour specialists with extensive experience escorting groups to foreign battlefields with Australian significance. In the past 20 years, we have hosted tours to international locations including Turkey, France, Belgium, Libya, Egypt, Israel and Vietnam. Our guides are very knowledgeable and have a real feel and understanding for the history and significance of battlefield locations as well as the interests of Australian travellers. Whether you’re interested in the general Australian experience of war, or are following in the footsteps of a family member, our guides will convey comprehensive information about Australian military history and add great value to your adventure.

Explore the impressive coastal fortifications of The Atlantic Wall, Hitler's desperate attempt to prevent a seaborne invassion of Europe after the evacuation at Dunkirk.

Explore the story of one of the greatest strokes of luck and bravery in the Second World War; the evacuation of allied troops from Dunkirk in1940, and see the remains of the Atlantic Wall, built to prevent their return.

Learn the stories of the ingenious operation of the RAF Bomber Command nicknamed the Dam Busters, exp0lore the story of the Great Escape and visit the infamous Castle Colditz, the once POW prison.

Learn of the sacrifices of World War II by exploring the stories of Anne Frank and Oskar Schindler.

Experience what it was like to live in a country forced to surrender to, and become occupied by Nazi Germany and learn the stories of those who bravely resisted.

Tour the sites where the Battle of the Bulge was fought and explore the memorials, cemetaries and locations of intense fighting including iconic towns immortalised in the Tv Mini-Series, Band of Brothers.

Tour the landing beaches, memorials, cemeteries and remaining coastal defenses faced by the Allied forces during Operation Overlord; the invasion of occupied France on D-Day in 1944.

Explore the homeland of Hitler's Third Reich, in the heart of Germany. Learn about wartime in Germany, the grand plans of a dictator, the reason for famous and iconic structures and the pursuit of justice after the war.

The importance to both sides of World War 2, of the Remagen Bridge over the Rhine River can not be under-stated. Allied forces needed to capture it to enter Germany and Nazi forces needed to destroy it to stop them. This is known as the Race to Remagen.