Your go-to guide for all services and events in Adelaide, this ANZAC Day.
Wednesday 25 April 2018 is a particularly special day, as Australia commemorates 100 years of service. There will be many services around Adelaide which you can attend to give thanks, and respect to our soldiers.
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Everyone is welcome at the Youth Vigil, which will be held at the South Australian National War Memorial on North Terrace
The Adelaide Dawn Service.
Immediately after the Youth Vigil will be The Adelaide Dawn Service. It is held at the South Australian National War Memorial at 6:00am.
The Dawn Service symbolises the funeral for our fallen troops, and a time where we can remember our loved ones, stories of heroes, and think about how our lives have been affected by their patriarchy.
Adelaide Order Of March
The march will commence at South Australian National War Memorial on North Terrace, at 9:30am, then head right at King William Street, and finishes at Cross of Sacrifice, Pennington Gardens, North Adelaide.
There is expected to be up to 6,000 men and women marching this ANZAC Day. This march represents the walk to the grave site after the funeral.
The march will be televised live on ABC Television if you're unable to attend.
Cross of Sacrifice Service
This service symbolises the burial for our fallen troops.
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