ANZAC Day falls on a Sunday this year, so numbers are expected to be huge. This is, after all, this is the first full, traditional ANZAC Day to be held since the COVID pandemic forced everyone into lockdown last year, resulting in the alternative, yet moving driveway dawn service being introduced instead.
The great news is that the driveway service will stay, so those who are unable to attend a traditional commemorative service can still take part at home. Please tune in to ABC Radio Perth for a special Light Up the Dawn broadcast of The Ode, the Last Post, the Minute’s Silence and Rouse, from 6am.
It’s also the first time that veterans will be able to catch up for drinks or a meal with their mates at the new ANZAC House Veteran Central, with much planned for the day.
For a list of ANZAC Day events and to find a Service near you, please click here.
For maps of Kings Park, the CBD March route and Langley Park, as well as a comprehensive list of Frequently Asked Questions, please click here
Events are free but for some, registration or tickets are required due to some remaining restrictions.