THIS YEAR MARKS 104 YEARS SINCE THE LEGEND OF THE ANZAC SPIRIT BEGAN. 
ANZAC Day traditionally commemorates those who sacrificed their lives in service to Australia. This year, we reflect on and pay respect to not just those who gave their lives, but the brave men and women who serve our nation today and the veteran community whose foundations our Club is built on. Front and centre of our commemorations are our veterans, the ex-service men and women of our sub-branch and within our local community. 

COMMEMORATION SUNDAY 

Sunday 14 April 

Commemorate the spirit of ANZAC with the Club's ex-service men and women

2pm March 

Assemble at Canterbury Boys High School to march to the Club

(Note: a free shuttle bus is available from the Club to the school at 1.30pm)

2.20pm Wreath Laying 

At the Bert Crook Memorial 

2.30pm Ceremony* 

In the Auditorium - followed by the Fire Brigade Band - families welcome 

*Entry to the Auditorium will not be permitted after 2.30pm

ANZAC DAY 

Thursday 25 April 

5.15am 

Gather in front of Bert Crook Memorial 

5.30am 

Dawn Service 

6.30am 

Last Post breakfast 

7.30am 

Press Pause Festival Screening 

9.00am 

Sydney ANZAC March LIVE 

12.30pm 

Two-up school in the Auditorium 

1.00pm 

Live music in the Main Bar 

RESPECT THE DAY

ANZAC Day is an opportunity to reflect on how lucky we are, the sacrifices that have been made for us to live in a free and fair nation and to enjoy the company of our friends and family. Its is a time to reflect on the importance of peace. 

The Club honours our ANZAC traditions including our Dawn Service, the Last post, the Ode and our Two-Up School with respect, education and direct links to our heritage and community. Please join us in respecting the day. 

TWO-UP SCHOOL 

Thursday 25 April from 12.30pm

In reflecting on our heritage and camaraderie of one of our digger's favourite past-times, the Auditorium will be transformed into Two-Up School. 

Not just a ring and a spinner, but a space to learn and respect the tradition. 

Know of any primary or high school students who want make a short film? 

The Press Pause Film Festival is for students and local schools to create up to 4 minute films that tell the story of what ANZAC means to them. 

Press Pause Film Festival for more details.

 

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