Anzac Day

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Anzac Day is approaching, with April being a time to remember and commemorate those who served and died in the war

As always, the Anzac Day Dawn Service takes place at the Cenotaph in Martin Place, remembering not only those who fought bravely in Gallipoli, it encompasses all those who have lost their lives while serving their country. 2014-2018 marks the 100-year anniversary of World War 1.

Sydney’s Anzac Day March takes place at the intersection of Martin Place and Elizabeth Street, beginning at 9am, finishing up around 12.30pm at the end of Hyde Park at Liverpool street. The march includes WW11 veterans, Navy/Army/Air Force, civilians in support of Australian Troops, descendants of Australian veterans, Commonwealth and allies.

If you can’t make the dawn service, the conclusion of the parade holds a commemoration service at the Anzac Memorial.