On April 25 this year, Australians will commemorate the 97th anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corp’s landing at Gallipoli in 1915.
ANZAC Day road closures
There will be road closures throughout the city to facilitate the ANZAC Day assembly and march of ex-servicemen and women.
Pulteney Street, North Terrace, King William Road, Kintore Avenue and Sir Edwin Smith Avenue will be closed between 8:00 am and 12 noon on Wednesday, March 25.
Waymouth Street between Bentham Street and Young Street will also be closed for the Union Hotel ANZAC Day Diggers Reunion Street Party from 6 am and midnight.
ANZAC Day Services
The ANZAC Day Dawn Service will begin at 6:15 am at the South Australian National War Memorial on the corner of North Terrace and Kintore Avenue.
The Light Horse Commemorative Service will start at 8 am at the Light Horse Memorial, on the corner of North Terrace and East Terrace.
The ANZAC Day March will follow at 9:30 am starting at the SA National War Memorial and continuing down North Terrace and King William Street to the Cross of Sacrifice in Pennington Gardens, North Adelaide.
The ANZAC Commemorative Service will start at the end of the march at approximately 11:30 am, at the Cross of Sacrifice in Pennington Gardens, North Adelaide.
At the end of commemorative service, there will be food and refreshments and games of Two Up at the Torrens Parade Ground on Victoria Drive, for the general public, veterans, their family and friends.
There will be numerous parking restrictions in place and motorists are advised to read all signs before leaving their vehicles.
For more information about the order of the march and the saluting points visit www.rslsa.org.au