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Canada Bay commemorates those who served for our nation this Anzac Day with a number of servicesbeing held across the City.

“We have three Anzac services across the City of Canada Bay to mark the centenary of the fateful landing at Gallipoli,” Mayor Angelo Tsirekas said.


Drummoyne RSL will be hosting their annual Service of  Commemoration at the memorial, outside the Civic Centre, 1A Marlborough St, Drummoyne on Anzac day at 5.45am. The RSL club are inviting all those present in the morning to Drummoyne Oval following the service for a sausage sandwich breakfast, prepared by Drummoyne Rotary Club.


Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway will also host a dawn service at 5.30am on Sunday, 19 April. Four thousand  people are expected to gather at the memorial for this special centenary dawn service to remember those who served, fought and fell. The service will feature the Navy Band and one of Australia’s most accomplished choirs.


Five Dock RSL will be hosting their service at the newly upgraded War Memorial at Five Dock Park on Sunday, 19 April at 11am.


The War Memorial at Five Dock Park recently received a $200,000 upgrade entirely funded by Five Dock RSL.


“We have been working closely with local RSL clubs and the Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway Steering Committee to mark this special and memorable occasion. I hope the community takes a moment to remember those brave soldiers,” Mayor Tsirekas said.


For more information on the Kokdoda Track Memorial Walkway, please visit: www.kokodawalkway.com.au/


For all other queries regarding Centenary of Anzac celebrations, phone Council on 9911 6555.