ANZAC Day

ANZAC day, held on 25 April each year, is the national day of commemoration to acknowledge the service and sacrifice of our veterans. Not only do we remember the anniversary of the landing in Gallipoli in 1915, but we also remember those who have served and died in all wars.

The spirit of ANZAC, with its qualities of courage, mateship, and sacrifice, continues to have meaning and relevance for our sense of national identity. On ANZAC day, ceremonies will be held in towns across our region to acknowledge the service of our veterans.

2021 ANZAC Day Services in the Cassowary Coast region.

Monday 25 April is ANZAC Day and commemorative services are being held across the region. These services will give the public, ex-service personnel and those currently serving the opportunity to remember the fallen and to reflect and pay their respects to those involved in the events that took place during World War I, World War II and all conflict since that time.

See below for information on events being held around the Cassowary Coast. Please let us know if there are events that aren’t on our list.

Anzac day