Dawn Service, April 25
The site is at North Beach, near Anzac Cove, and is about the size of a rugby field.
Last year, 4000 people attended; about 10,500 are expected this year.
Due to high demand for places at the centenary commemorations, New Zealand and Australia, in consultation with the Turkish Government, agreed to ballot attendance passes.
Australia received 8000, New Zealand 2000. The allocation ratio was based on the number of casualties suffered by New Zealand and Australia during the campaign.
Five hundred other spaces will be reserved for people from Turkey, official representatives from other countries involved in the conflict, and a small number of dignitaries from Australia and New Zealand.
Of the New Zealanders attending, 25 per cent will be direct descendants of Gallipoli servicemen and 9 per cent will be war veterans.
Chunuk Bair service
The New Zealand service at Chunuk Bair is about 6.4km up the peninsula from the dawn service site.
The service will run for about 45 minutes and be attended by about 2000 people.
Prime Minister John Key is scheduled to speak and Prince Charles and Prince Harry will also attend.
Turkish international service; Commonwealth and Ireland memorial service at the Cape Helles shrine; French service at Morto Bay.
Australian service at Lone Pine. John Key will lead the official New Zealand delegation, which will also include:
Veterans' Affairs Minister Craig Foss
Labour leader Andrew
Little Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant General Tim Keating and other senior defence personnel
Returned and Services Association national president Barry Clarke
25 youth ambassadors
Military historian Dr Chris Pugsley