ANZAC DAY IS A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
ANZAC Day 2019 will take place on Thursday, 25 April and is a time for the NSW community to come together and pay tribute to the first ANZACs and to all the brave servicemen and women who have since followed in their footsteps.
This year Sydney’s traditional ANZAC Day March through the CBD will run down Elizabeth Street to Liverpool Street, commencing at Martin Place. The Sydney CBD will again have four key commemorative events this ANZAC Day.
0415 - 0530hrs, Cenotaph, Martin Place
The official State Dawn Service is held at the Cenotaph in Martin Place. The Catafalque Party and Band march on at 0415hrs, the ceremony commences at 0430hrs which is believed to have been the approximate time at which the first Australians waded ashore at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915.
Due to limited space, spectators with accessibility requirements are encouraged to register and once registered should arrived before 0300hrs to ensure access. Registrations are done via Department of Premier and Cabinet:
Phone: 9228 4613
For more information on the Dawn Service please head to http://www.anzacdaydawnservice.org.au/
In NSW, Dawn Services are held at community war memorials around the state. People are encouraged to attend commemorative events in their local area. To find a service in your area CLICK HERE.
ANZAC DAY MARCH
0900 - 1300hrs, Elizabeth Street (from Martin Place to Liverpool Street)
For information on the March please CLICK HERE.