We're not sure how people in other countries honour their service people and the sacrifices they make as members of our armed forces, but here in Australia we do it by betting on the flipping of two coins, drinking beers and eating something barbecued – all of this preferably happening after attending a memorial service earlier that day. We also celebrate with biscuits. That's just how we do it, so to get involved we've rounded up the best spots for a rowdy game of two-up on ANZAC Day.
Want more ANZAC Day events? Check out our guide to April 25 in Sydney.
Where to play two-up on ANZAC Day in Sydney
Kicks off: Super keen beans and Dawn Service attendees can hit up the barbecue from 6am.
Two-up: Gloucester Street turns into one of the largest two-up arenas in Sydney from noon.
Plus: There's also a special performance by the Scots Marching Band in the street.
Kicks off: 10am.
Two-up: Tom and Denny have been running this Anzac Day at the Courty for over 25 years, and they never cease to impress the hundreds of punters from the first coin flip at 11am.
Plus: This year, the Courty has teamed up with Carlton and for every jug of Resches sold, $2 will be donated to Legacy.