ANZAC Day services Brisbane CBD plus the big March are good to go in 2021! March organisers are concerned about potentially lower spectator numbers this year if families opt to hold a driveway memorial instead of heading into town. If you are lucky enough to have a choice, we highly recommend you venture into the CBD to pay your respects to our servicemen and women and their families. They missed out in 2020. Let’s ensure they know how much we appreciate their service and sacrifice this ANZAC Day. Lest We Forget.
Events are held all over Brisbane to mark the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. ANZAC Day has been continuously commemorated since 1916.
The Brisbane ANZAC Day Parade, together with dawn vigils, memorial services and veterans reunions have been a feature of the commemoration of ANZAC Day by the Citizens of Brisbane since its earliest days. To find your local service in the suburbs of Brisbane click here.
The Brisbane ANZAC Day Dawn Service starts at 4.28am on Sunday 25 April 2021 at the Shrine of Remembrance, ANZAC Square, Adelaide Street, Brisbane.
It is recommended you arrive at the ANZAC Day Dawn Services before 4am to get a good vantage point. This will depend on whether you want to sit or stand and if you have small children.
The best vantage points for the parade are along Adelaide Street, Brisbane. You can view the Parade Interactive Map here.
The parade will be held between 10am to 12pm and will feature former and current ADF servicemen and women and their families. This special opportunity to show our gratitude has been a feature of Brisbane’s ANZAC Day since the 1920s. Find more information about the Anzac Day Parade program.
We’ve compiled an alphabetical list of the suburban services and marches across Brisbane.
To find your local RSL service, use their locator on their map by clicking here.
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