Pay your respects at Anzac services

Anzac services will take place across the globe on 25 April. Find your local service here. Picture: FILE

The Anzac legacy continues with services across the region set for 25 April.

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) has developed a digital Anzac Day Kitbag and commemorative package to support Australians conducting their own Anzac Day service, whether that be at home or in the community.

To download the Anzac Day Kitbag, visit

The Anzac Day Dawn Service at the Australian War Memorial and the international Dawn Services in Türkiye and France will be broadcast live on the ABC on Anzac Day and streamed live on DVA’s Facebook page.

Local services are scheduled are planned at townships across the region, please check with your local RSL Sub Branch, council, or event organiser for more information.


The march in Coominya steps off from the train station at 9:45am, symbolic as the railway line would have transported the servicemen of the area in its day, followed by service at memorial park then refreshments at Coominya Hall.


In Esk, there is a dawn service at 5am and an 11am service, both at the cenotaph, with a March along Heap St preceding at 10:40am. Fellowship and barbecue lunch at the Grand Hotel to follow.


The march assembles on the corner of Church and Victoria Streets before a 9:15am service at Memorial Park.


Fernvale’s service is at 8am following a march from the Uniting Church and ending at the cenotaph in Memorial Park.


Gatton’s dawn service starts at 4:25am at the Anzac Memorial in Littleton Park.

The march will step off from the corner of North and Railway Sts at 10:30am and proceed to the Boer War Memorial and on to Littleton Park for the service.


The Community Ceremony in Grandchester starts at 6am with refreshments at 6:30am at Bigge’s Camp Park on Gordon Rd.


The 7:30pm service at Ma Ma Creek Community Hall is followed by a light supper.


The Anzac Day service, wreath laying and ceremony will be held at 7:30am at the Hatton Vale Memorial, corner Australia II Dr and Thallon Rd.


Helidon’s march will begin at the railyard at 12:15pm and continue to the memorial for a 12:30pm service, followed by luncheon and refreshments at the Helidon RSL and Community Centre.


Kilcoy RSL Sub Branch has organised a dawn service at 5am at the Memorial Wall followed by a Gunfire Breakfast, then later there is a service at 11:30am.


Arrive at Anzac Memorial Park at 4:20am for the dawn service at 4:25am. The march will leave Ambrose St at 10:40am before finishing at Anzac Memorial Park for an 11am service with an Auslan interpreter.


Linville’s Anzac Day march will start at 8am from the Linville Hall and proceed to the memorial for an 8:15am service, followed by refreshments in the hall for a donation to the P and C.


Lowood RSL Sub Branch’s dawn service, at 4:28am in Clock Park, is followed by a Gunfire Breakfast at 5:30am.


Marburg’s march steps off from the Church of Christ Hall at 7:15am followed by a 7:30am service at Marburg Community Park, with plenty of schools, artists and the light horse troop involved, plus a display in the heritage centre.


The Anzac Day service will be held at the Murphys Creek Grounds at 10am followed by light refreshments.


Rosewood RSL Sub Branch is holding a dawn service at 4:20am in the Rosewood Memorial Hall car park, followed by a Gunfire Breakfast at 5:30am inside. The main march starts at Drakes Supermarket before heading to the Memorial Hall for a 9:30am service.


The Withcott service begins at 8am at the memorial on Meadows Rd, with refreshments to follow at the Withcott Hotel


In Toogoolawah, head to the memorial in McConnel Park for the 5am dawn service followed by breakfast at the RSL Hall.

The march will go down Cressbrook St and conclude at the memorial for the 11am service.