Tuesday, 04 April 2023
Anzac Day is a time for the community to come together to remember and recognise the service and sacrifice of our Australian Defence Forces.
The day is associated with qualities of courage, mateship, duty and perseverance that Australian and New Zealand soldiers displayed during World War I.
Anzac Day is the commemoration of the landing of Australian and New Zealand forces at Gallipoli in 1915 during World War I and has evolved to become a day of national commemoration.
On Anzac Day we remember all the Australians who served, who were wounded and who made the ultimate sacrifice in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations.
In 2023, the Australian Government recognises the 50th Anniversary of the end of Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War and we honour and remember the service of the 60,000 Australians who served there.
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DAWN SERVICES – Tuesday 25th April 2023
Port Noarlunga & Christies Beach RSL
5:30am | 86 Esplanade, Port Noarlunga
Morphett Vale RSL
6:00am | Onkaparinga Memorial Gardens, Cnr Flaxmill Road and Main South Road,
McLaren Vale & District RSL
6:00am | Memorial Park, Valley View Drive, McLaren Vale
6:15am | Main Road, Willunga
Lions Club of Hallett Cove & Districts
6:00am | Heron Way Reserve, Hallett Cove
Flagstaff Hill Scout Group
6:30am | Flagstaff Hill Memorial, Regano Rd, Flagstaff Hill
5:00am | Lower Espl, Aldinga Beach (near the boat ramp)
YOUTH VIGILS – Monday 24th April 2023
Youth Vigil in the South
8:00pm | Onkaparinga Memorial Gardens, Cnr Flaxmill Road and Main South Road,
Marion Youth Vigil
8:30pm | Marion RSL, 31 Norfolk Rd, Marion
Alternatively, you can visit a memorial anytime during the day on 25th April and lay a wreath to commemorate Anzac Day.
Information correct at time of publishing. Please check with your local service to confirm details.