Pay your respects on Anzac Day

Posted: 2pm 20 Apr 2021

Veterans and their families are preparing to commemorate Anzac Day with services across the region – in contrast to last year, when COVID-19 forced their cancellation.

Many of the services will be scaled back or have attendee numbers capped, and many Sub Branches are encouraging people to pay their respects from the driveways through ‘Light Up the Dawn’.

Here’s our guide to what’s happening across Moreton Bay on April 25.



When: Assemble at 6.35am, March at 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: 5.30-6.30am

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

Bribie Island

Dawn Service

When: 4.28am

Where: Korea Place, Bribie RSL Grounds


When: 8.30am

Where: Sports Club to RSL, Bongaree

Main Service

When: 9am

Where: Korea Place, Bribie Island


Dawn Service

When: 4.45am

Where: Burpengary War Memorial, Buchanan Park

Main Service March

When: 10am

Where: From Coles carpark, Burpengary

Main Service

When: 10.30am

Where: Burpengary War Memorial, Buchanan Park

Caboolture-Morayfield and district

Main Service

When: 10am

Where: Memorial, Town Square, King St, Caboolture


Dawn Service

When: 5.20am

Where: Roderick A Cruice Park, Williams St

Main Service 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 and Service

Registrations are required for those who intend to join the March to pay their respects. Visit the RSL Deception Bay Sub Branch Facebook page to register. There will be a sausage sizzle on the lawn after the service.

When: March from Deception Bay Library – 5.40; Service from 6am

Where: Service – Deception Bay War Memorial, Ewart St


Main Service

When: 11.30am

Where: Corner Edith and Alice St



When: Assemble at 6am, March at 6.15am

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

Main service

When: 6.45

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

Mango Hill

Commemorative Service

What: Mango Hill Progress Association will hold an Anzac commemoration with the 103 Army Cadet Unit from Morayfield.

When: April 21, 7pm

Where: The 20-minute ceremony is at the Mango Hill Community Centre, followed by the association meeting

Mount Mee

Dawn Service

When: 5.50am

Where: Mount Mee Lookout

Pine Rivers

Dawn Service

Numbers for the service are capped, with priority given to Veterans and their families. Norths Leagues Club will livestream the service. Veterans are invited to attend Gunfire Breakfast from 4.30am. The RSL encourages the community to commemorate Anzac Day as they did last year, through ‘Light Up the Dawn’ in their driveways.

When: Service starts at 5.30am

Where: Kallangur Memorial Park, 1397 Anzac Ave



When: 5.15am

Where: Baker St, along Redcliffe Pde


When: 5.30am

Where: Anzac Place. The RSL encourages the community to commemorate Anzac Day as they did last year, through ‘Light Up the Dawn’ in their driveways.

Wreaths: The public can lay wreaths after the service from 6.30-7.30am


While the Samford RSL Sub Branch has made the difficult decision not to host services this year, it is encouraging the community to pay their respects through ‘Light Up the Dawn’ in their driveways.

Sunrise Service conducted by Samford Anglican Church

When: 6am

Where: Camp Mountain Lookout, off Mt Nebo Road

Samford Museum Anzac Commemoration

What: War Memories' in the former Grovely Station features local Servicemen and Servicewomen who have served in all conflicts. Free treasure hunt for children from 9am-1pm. Anzac biscuits, hot damper, billy tea coffee available to buy.

When: From 9am

Where: Samford Museum, Station St


Dawn Service

When: 5am

Where: Toorbul Rural Fire Brigade


When: 7.50am

Where: Toorbul Store, 109 Esplanade

Main Service

When: 8am

Where: Toorbul Rural Fire Brigade



When: 4.45am

Where: Memorial Hall

Dawn Service

When: 5am

Where: Memorial Park

Main Service

When: 10.15am – March off; 10.30am – Service

Where: March from corner of George and Archer streets, Service at Memorial Park



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