The celebrated drama ANZAC GIRLS has been recognised internationally with two nominations at the prestigious Monte Carlo Television Golden Nymph Awards - in the categories of Best Television Mini Series and Outstanding Actress for Georgia Flood for her portrayal of Sister Alice Ross King.

Recognising the best television programs and actors from around the world, the Golden Nymph Awards end June’s Festival de Television de Monte Carlo, which was established in 1961 by Prince Rainier III of Monaco with the vision to "encourage a new art form, in the service of peace and understanding between the people."

Previously ANZAC GIRLS received New Zealand TV Guide's 2015 Best On The Box Award and has most recently been nominated for the upcoming Australian Equity Awards Best Ensemble in a Drama Series, Best Director (TV Miniseries) for Ian Watson (episode 6) at the Australian Directors Guild Awards and Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie at the 2015 TV Week Logie Awards as well as both Brandon McClelland and Laura Brent each being nominated in the Most Outstanding Newcomer and Most Popular New Talent categories respectively.

Produced by Screentime, a Banijay Group company, for ABC TV, in association with Screen Australia and the South Australian Film Corporation, with additional funds by New Zealand On Air and PRIME Television New Zealand.