The Western Front Campaign is often said to be one of the darkest periods of the First World War. Between 1916 and 1917, little gain was made by either side. In early 1918 the German army launched a massive offensive to break the stalemate, however between April and November 1918, the allied forces combined infantry, artillery, tanks and aircraft more effectively and finally gained ground. Germany surrendered on 11 November 1918. It is the centenary period that has been reflected in the logo with the added poppy which is a symbol of remembrance for those who fought and helped in the war. It was also the first flower to grow in the churned-up earth of soldiers’ graves in Flanders, a region of Belgium. Boronia Travel Centre need this logo to market their commemorative tours over this important time for all Australians.