ANZAC Day has grown in importance over the last decade or so, with only a handful of soldiers from World War II still with us, the many people that sacrificed their lives in Vietnam and the growing acknowledgement of soldiers who are still serving our country overseas.
This ANZAC Day, make the time to attend a dawn service or parade, being put on by the RSL WA in many locations around the state.
If you cannot make a dawn service on ANZAC Day, Albany's 783 Triple M will be broadcasting the Albany Dawn Service from Mt Clarence around 5:30am with Terry Siva.
5.30am Dawn Service: MT Clarence.
6.00am Gunfire Breakfast, Albany Entertainment Centre.
10.00am ANZAC Day Parade, York Street.
10.30am ANZAC Memorial Service, ANZAC Peace Park.
- Parking: General parking available at Albany Entertainment Centre car park. ACROD parking available adjacent to ANZAC Peace Park.
5.50am Dawn Service, Denmark Memorial, cnr South Coast Highway and Horsley Road. Followed by Gunfire Breakfast, Norm Thornton Park.
10.30am Form up at Denmark RSL Hall, Strickland Street. 10.40am March to Denmark Memorial.
11.00am Traditional service followed by a light lunch at RSL Hall.
- Parking: Within CBD and carparks.
10.15am Marchers assemble at Library carpark, Lowood Road. 11am Service and wreath laying, War Memorial, followed by main service in the District Hall.
Afterwards a community morning tea at MT Barker Bowling Club.
1pm Late lunch for veterans and families at RSL rooms, Booth Street.
- Parking: Ample parking available.
6.00am Dawn Service at War Memorial.
Followed by Gunfire Breakfast at RSL Shed.
10.50am March form-up, Walpole Recreation Centre. 11.00am Service (includes wreath laying, music and reading) at the War Memorial, cnr of Pier Street and Latham Avenue, then refreshments at the Community Hall.