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Mid Morning Ceremony



They gave their all. Let you who pass, pause and remember their names,


and see that no slur, nor stain, nor shame falls on the lands for which they gave their lives


 Australia and New Zealand.



Mid Morning Ceremony

Join the Highfields Community ANZAC Day Ceremony at the Cultural Centre.

The ANZAC Day Ceremony includes a march by Australian veterans of wars and peacekeeping deployments along with the Officers, Warrant Officers, Sailors, Soldiers, and Airmen and Airwomen of the Defence Force School of Signals - Electronic Warfare Wing.

25 April marks the anniversary of the Gallipoli landing. The Gallipoli campaign resulted in the deaths of over 8,000 Australians and in the creation of an enduring “ANZAC legend”, both powerful factors in Australia’s continuing remembrance of war.


10:00 am – 11 am approximately

We suggest you arrive by 9.40 am for the service and 9-30 if you are marching. All those marching to form up outside the Tavern on O'Brien Road. (Note O'Brien Road not Laurder Drive)

Standing room for the public will be provided on the day. Members of the public are welcome to bring chairs or rugs.


Cultural Centre - Highfields

Veterans' March: All enquiries regarding the Veterans’ March should be directed to the Highfileds RSL Sub Branch Secretary on  4696 8251 or secretary@highfieldsrsl.org.

General information

  • Visitors are invited to lay a poppy on the memorial after the wreath laying ceremony.
  • Poppies will be on sale on the day.
  • Members of the general public are welcome to bring their own seats or rugs.
  • Please join the members of the Sub Branch at the Highfields Tavern following the service


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