The Returned and Services League organisation were responsible for making more than a thousand of the knitted poppies in Sydney.
If you attended the 2018 Invictus Games, you may have spotted the appearance of yellow knitted poppies, being worn by competitors and supporters alike.
The Returned and Services League organisation were responsible for making 1,250 yellow poppies, 1,360 laundry bags and 70 quilts which were used across the Sydney competition.
Each of the poppies have been given to relatives of athletes who competed at the Games, while the quilts were handed out to one athlete from each country, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also among the recipients.
Christine Frame, RSL Member, said: "My husband was in the services for over 22 years and he did lose a leg after he retired.
"So, maybe this sort of thing would've been wonderful for him."
The RSL hope the poppies, which was produced in partnership with the Blue Hill Retirement Village, will be held onto by every person who received one to act as a reminder of the courage shown by the athletes at this year's Invictus Games.