The dawn ANZAC Day commemorations will take place in the wake of the first cancellation of our ANZAC Day services since WWII, due to the COVID-19 crisis.
RSLWA will still lead this unique tribute to our fallen servicemen and women and those who have or still serve today.
They are encouraging all Aussies to get creative in a show of mateship this ANZAC Day – by standing in quiet contemplation at the end of their driveways, or on their balconies, at 6am on April 25.
Tune in to ABC Radio and commercial radio stations for the dawn commemoration that will include The Ode, The Last Post and one-minute’s silence.
With the pandemic causing all major events across the world to be cancelled, RSLWA State President, Peter Aspinall, said such a display of respect and solidarity would send a powerful message of support to our Veterans, their families and the entire Defence community.