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Community to reunite for Anzac Day

Posted: 5am 19 Apr 2022

As the sun rose on April 25, 1915, Australian and New Zealand soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli and into history.

Every year since, Australians have gathered to remember their legacy and that of all who have followed in their footsteps.

Following two disrupted years due to COVID-19, veterans, their families and the general community will once again come together this Anzac Day to honour those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. 

Here’s our guide to the list of services and marches across Moreton Bay on Monday, April 25.

Beachmere

March

When: 6.45am

Where: Uniting Church, corner Moreton Tce and Second Ave

Main service

When: 7-8am

Where: Remembrance Memorial, Clayton Park, corner Main St and Moreton Tce

Bray Park-Strathpine

Dawn Service

When: 5.15-6.30am

Where: Club Pine Rivers, corner Sparkes and Francis roads, Bray Park

Bribie Island

Dawn Service

When: 4.28am

Where: Korea Place, Bribie RSL Grounds

March

When: 8.30am

Where: Sports Club to RSL, Bongaree

Main service

When: 9am

Where: Korea Place, Bribie Island

Burpengary

Dawn Service

When: 4.45am

Where: Burpengary War Memorial, Buchanan Park

March

When: 10am

Where: From Coles carpark, Burpengary

Main Service

When: 10.30am

Where: Burpengary War Memorial, Buchanan Park

Caboolture-Morayfield and district

Dawn Service

When: 4.50am

Where: Memorial, Bolton Clarke Fernhill Retirement Village, King Street Caboolture

March

When: 9.30am

Where: Down King Street to Town Square

Main Service

When: 10.15am

Where: Memorial, Town Square, King St, Caboolture

Dayboro

Dawn Service

When: 5.20am

Where: Roderick A Cruice Park, Williams St

March

When: 9.30am

Where: March from Crown Hotel along McKenzie St to Dayboro State School

Main Service

When: 10am

Where: Dayboro War Memorial Showgrounds

Deception Bay

March

When: 5.40am

Where: Deception Bay Library

Service

When: 6am

Where: Deception Bay War Memorial, Ewart Street

Gaythorne

March

When: 6.15am

Where: Sid Loder Park, Tel El Kebir Street, Mitchelton

Service

When: 6.45am

Where: Sid Loder Park, Tel El Kebir Street, Mitchelton

Kallangur

Dawn Service

When: 5.30am

Where: Memorial Gardens, 1349 Anzac Ave

March

When: 8.15am

Where: Kallangur Fair to Memorial Gardens, 1349 Anzac Ave

Service

When: 9.30am

Where: Memorial Gardens, 1349 Anzac Ave

Mount Mee

Dawn Service

When: 5.50am

Where: Mount Mee Lookout

Pine Rivers

Dawn Service

When: 5.30am

Where: North Leagues Club Memorial Gardens, Anzac Avenue, Kallangur

March

When: 8.15am

Where: Kallangur Fair

Service

When: 9.30am

Where: North Leagues Club Memorial Gardens, Anzac Avenue, Kallangur

Redcliffe

March

When: 5.15am

Where: Baker St, along Redcliffe Pde

Dawn Service

When: 5.30am

Where: Anzac Place

March

When: 9.40am

Where: At the roundabout, Redcliffe Parade and Anzac Avenue to Anzac Place

Main Service

When: 10.30am

Where: Anzac Place

Samford

Sunrise Service

When: 6am

Where: Jolly’s Lookout

March

When: 7.45am

Where: Samford Rangers soccer club, 2149 Mount Samson Rd, Samford Valley to Samford Avenue of Honour, between Burton Lane and the soccer grounds

Service

When: 8am

Where: Samford Avenue of Honour, between Burton Lane and the soccer grounds

Toorbul

Dawn Service

When: 5am

Where: Toorbul Rural Fire Brigade

March

When: 7.50am

Where: Toorbul Store, 109 Esplanade

Main Service

When: 8am

Where: Toorbul Rural Fire Brigade

Wamuran

Dawn Service

When: 5am

Where: National Serviceman’s Memorial Park,1047-1057 D’Aguilar Highway, Wamuran

Woodford

Dawn Service

When: 5am

Where: Woodford Memorial Park

March

When: 10.15am

Where: Corner of George and Archer Streets at intersection of D'Aguilar Highway

Service

When: 10.30am

Where: Woodford Memorial Park

Woody Point

Morning Tea

When: 8am

Where: Woody Point Memorial Hall

Service

When: 8.30am

Where: Woody Point Memorial Hall

Ode of Remembrance

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.

At the going down of the sun and in the morning,

We will remember them.

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