On April 25, separate to the State service at the National War Memorial on North Terrace, suburban events at many locations including Morphett Vale, Brighton, Hallett Cove, Robe, Murray Bridge will take place.
The Legacy Foundation and Union Hotel partner to commemorate the ANZAC spirit with one of the country’s oldest ANZAC Day street events on Waymouth Street on Sunday 25th April.
The service has moved from the traditional location of the Arch of Remembrance at Brighton Jetty to the larger Brighton Oval.
Close to the city's Dawn Service, Hotel Richmond are once again putting on their annual Anzac Day Breakfast.
This is your 2019 guide on what is happening near you and to help you fit the day into your busy schedule.
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Join thousands of Adelaidians this Wednesday in the city to pay respect to those who have fallen and those still serving.
The Union Hotel annual ANZAC Day Street Party returns with food, wine and live music to honour our Veterans. Celebrate your ANZAC Day with Australia's oldest and largest street party.
On a day that Australians come together to remember, we bring you a guide to all the events happening in Adelaide...
Thomas Doornbos from Get-Shot Photography took these fantastic photos at the ANZAC Day dawn service at the North Terrace War Memorial.
Australia’s largest and oldest ANZAC Day street festival, ‘The ANZAC Day Street Party’ will celebrate 40 years* when the event is rolled out on April 25th.
Plus the launch of Camp Gallipoli 2016... Check out the socials here...
GTM 2016 have announced the local and emerging artists who will be rocking Oakbank on Anzac Day... Check them out here...
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ANZAC Day is coming up on Saturday April 25th, and Australians will join together to remember those who have been lost.
Paying respect to Australia’s servicemen and women and fundraising for the Returned Services League (RSL) will be Rundle Mall’s focus when it opens for trading from midday this ANZAC Day.
As Australia prepares itself for one of the most significant commemorations in our history, the centenary of ANZAC Day, Australians are prepping themselves to sleep under the stars and pay their respects to our forefathers with Camp Gallipoli.
Youth Organisations and the broader multicultural community will pay tribute to the sacrifices of members of our community on ANZAC Eve 2015.
More than 150 St John Cadets will be joining forces with other youth organisations during the Anzac Eve Youth Vigils to stand guard over War Memorials in the lead up to the 100th anniversary of the Anzac Day Dawn Vigil.
A special event commemorating the centenary of the landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula will be held at St Peters this Saturday 18 April from 2.00pm – 4.00pm.