Hundreds of horsemen from Australia and New Zealand were brought by ANZAC to Israel to during WW1. The ANZAC Memorial Centre in Be’er Sheva tells the story of these soldiers in an engaging and moving way.
Located in the the Judean lowlands Bet Guvrin-Maresha National Park is a region of low hills, 250–350 m above sea level covered with woodland used for grazing. The fertile soil has been cultivated since ancient times. The national park covers about 5,000 dunams (1,250 acres), is the biblical city of Maresha.