ANZAC Day 2024

Tuesday, 23 April 2024

2024 will mark the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France on 6 June 1944. These operations were the culmination of years of planning and preparation, as well as the first step in the Allied Liberation of Europe from Nazi occupation during World War II.

The 25th of April marks the anniversary of when Australian and New Zealand forces landed on Gallipoli during World War I. The Anzac spirit is affiliated with qualities of courage, mateship and endurance, which are values we still hold dearly today.

On Anzac Day, we remember all Australian and New Zealanders who served, were wounded, or made the ultimate sacrifice in wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations. We pay our respects to their bravery and commitment.

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DAWN SERVICES – Thursday 25th April 2024

Aldinga Beach
6:30am | Aldinga War Memorial, Port Road, Aldinga Beach

Flagstaff Hill
6:30am | Flagstaff Hill Memorial, Regano Road, Flagstaff Hill

Hallett Cove
6:00am | Heron Way Reserve, Hallett Cove

McLaren Vale
5:45am | McLaren Vale Memorial Park, Valley View Drive, McLaren Vale

Morphett Vale
6:00am | Onkaparinga Memorial Garden, Cnr Flaxmill Road and Main South Road, Morphett Vale

Port Noarlunga & Christies Beach
5:30am | Port Noarlunga Christies Beach RSL 86 Esplanade, Port Noarlunga

6:15am | Willunga RSL, 7/8 Main Road, Willunga


YOUTH VIGILS – Wednesday 24th April 2023

Youth Vigil in the South
8:15pm | Onkaparinga Memorial Garden, Cnr Flaxmill Road and Main South Road, Morphett Vale

Marion Youth Vigil
8:30pm | Marion RSL, 31-39 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.

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