ANZAC Day Dawn Service

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Pay your respects at Sydney’s biggest dawn and sunset services

ANZAC Day marks the anniversary of the first day the Australian and New Zealand troops saw military action in Gallipoli back in 1915. In recent times it’s become a day of commemorating and remembering all Australians who have served in war.

There is a dawn service held at Martin Place that commences at 4.15am. It is followed by a march at 9am led by war veterans and their descendants, which starts at the corner of Pitt Street and Martin Place, finishing at 1.30pm.

The sunset service takes place at the Cenotaph at 5pm. It is a shorter service to conclude the official commemorations. 

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