A century ago, Australia’s sons and daughters were called upon to serve their country and from across the country they answered the call.
They boarded ships and crossed the seas, and on 25 April 1915, in the darkness, before dawn, the ANZACs stormed ashore in a place now known as ANZAC cove. Many never returned home. They all made an important contribution to our great nation.
The following table of memorial services is designed to assist you when you are considering where to pay your respects this Anzac day.
Lest we forget
|Auburn||6:15am||WWI Memorial, Main North Rd|
|Clare||6:30am||WWI Memorial Gates, Clare Oval|
|Elizabeth||5:30am||RSL, Midway Rd, Elizabeth East|
|Elizabeth Navy Club||6:00am||8 Chivell St, Elizabeth South|
|Freeling||6:30am||War Memorial, cnr of Hanson & Gray St|
|Hamley Bridge||6:15am||War Memorial|
|Kapunda||6:30am||Cenotaph, cnr of Clare Rd & Main St|
|Manoora||11:00am||Park Centenary Gates, Weymouth St|
|Mintaro||6:25am||War Memorial outside the Mintaro Institute|
|Nuriootpa||6:00am||cnr of Gawler & Murray St|
|One Tree Hill||6:00am||One Tree Hill Institute|
|Port Wakefield||6:00am||Memorial Arch, Port Wakefield|
|Salisbury||6:00am||Memorial, Orange Ave|
|Smithfield||6:00am||Cross of Remembrance Memorial, Anderson Walk|
|Two Wells||6:20am||Two Wells War Memorial|
|Wasleys||9:00am||Service at the Institute|