ANZAC Day in Sydney

Pay your respects, play two-up and find cafés open on April 25

April 25 was officially named ANZAC Day in 1916. It marks the first day the Australian and New Zealand troops saw military action in Gallipoli during the First World War. Today, we commemorate the anniversary and remember all Australians who've served our country with a dawn service followed by a round of two-up at the boozer. If you're not so keen on the schooner marathon, there's a plethora of ways to commemorate. Here’s our rundown of how to spend ANZAC Day in Sydney. 

ANZAC Day in Sydney

ANZAC Day dawn services
Things to do

ANZAC Day dawn services

Things to do on ANZAC Day
Things to do

Things to do on ANZAC Day

Where to play two-up
Bars

Where to play two-up

The best ANZAC biscuits
Restaurants

The best ANZAC biscuits

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Make the most of the public holiday

The best museums in Sydney
Museums

The best museums in Sydney

Beachside pubs in Sydney
Bars

Beachside pubs in Sydney

The best walks in Sydney
Sport and fitness

The best walks in Sydney

The best waterfalls in NSW
Attractions

The best waterfalls in NSW

A guide to the Royal National Park
Things to do

A guide to the Royal National Park

Where to see Aboriginal art in Sydney
Art

Where to see Aboriginal art in Sydney

The best picnic spots in Sydney
Things to do

The best picnic spots in Sydney

The best glamping sites in NSW
Travel

The best glamping sites in NSW

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