We have three services in total for ANZAC Day.
Dawn March & Service
March fall in is at 5.00am at Baker Street just off Redcliffe Parade and steps off at 5.15 am with the Service at Anzac Place (opposite the Redcliffe RSL) and commences at the completion of the march which is usually 5.30am.
If you are elderly/disabled and require seating and as the seating is limited, only one carer is able to enter the secure area to look after you. Please see the Marshalls at the entrance to Anzac Place who will assist you.
There is only one official wreath laid at this service but the Community is welcome to lay a wreath at the completion of the service if they wish to do so.
Woody Point Service
This is a very special service for those who are unable to attend or cope with the crowds at the Dawn and Mid-Morning Services.
The Service is held in the Woody Point Memorial Hall, Hornibrook Esplanade, Woody Point. Morning tea is at 8.00am with the service commencing at 8.30am. The Ladies from St Peter the Fisherman provide a lovely morning tea for everyone to enjoy.
Mid-Morning March & Service
Participants in the Parade are asked to arrive by 9.00am at the roundabout on the junction of Anzac Ave and Redcliffe Parade where they will be directed by a Marshall to their assembly point. This enables the Parade Marshall to get the march underway promptly at 9.30am.
The Mid-Morning Service will commence at the completion of the Parade which is normally 10.30am.
Wreath laying is part of this service and Community members are able to lay a wreath after the official wreaths are completed. We ask that anyone laying a wreath be situated towards the front of the crowd so that wreaths can by laid promptly. Marshalls are there to assist you if need be.