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Tag Archives: Anzac Day
This year all Dawn Services were cancelled throughout Australia due to the corona virus lockdown regulations. The Prime Minister however, advised us to still ‘remember the Anzacs who fought and died for us,’ and to take family and our chairs, … Continue reading
April 25 will still be a day for us to remember privately all those who gave their lives in service of our country. Though many local services have been cancelled, we can still pay our respects to those who have … Continue reading
Unfortunately Boronia RSL has had to cancel the planned Commemorative Day March and ANZAC Day Dawn Service this year. As everyone is no doubt aware this has been brought about by the escalating spread of the Corona Virus throughout Australia. … Continue reading
Ferntree Gully community groups and residents will once again gather on 25th April for a service to mark 103 years since the Anzac Cove Landings. Dawn Service Where: Quarry Park, Quarry Road, Ferntree Gully. When: Walks begin 5.30am. Service starts … Continue reading
Ferntree Gully community groups and residents will gather at dawn on 25 April for a short service to mark 101 years since the Anzac Cove Landings. The reflection will remember especially Sergeant James Head from Ferntree Gully, who landed on … Continue reading
ANZAC Day 2016 has a very special place in Australia’s history, as it is the 101st anniversary of landing at Gallipoli by members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. ANZAC Day, held on 25 April, will forever be … Continue reading