The ANZAC Day Dawn Service is a significant part of ANZAC Day commemorations Australia wide.
The ceremony usually features an introduction, hymn, prayer, laying of wreaths, playing of "The Last Post", a minute of silence, "Reveille" and concludes with the New Zealand and Australian national anthems.
All are welcome to attend this traditional ceremony, which is followed by the ANZAC Day March and Commemorative Service at the ANZAC Memorial at 9.00am.
The parade commences at the corner Pitt Street and Martin Place and will continue through Pitt Street, Martin Place, George and Bathurst Streets, to Elizabeth Street. The parade is led by veterans, serving personnel and descendants of veterans.
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It will conclude at 12.30pm with the Commemoration Service at the ANZAC Memorial.
There will also be a Sunset Service Ceremony at the The Cenotaph - Martin Place from 5.00pm.
Similar Dawn, March and Day Service ceremonies are also taking place at RSL sub-Branches throughout NSW.
To find a service in your local area, please click on the desired location listed here.