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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Anzac Day commemorations 2023

The following times and venues have been supplied by various RSL sub-branch officials. Care has been taken to ensure as many electorate services as possible have been included and details were correct at the time of publication. For verification of other services, please contact your local RSL sub-branch.

Batemans Bay

5:45am: Assembly at the Honour Stone, the Foreshore, Clyde Street.

6:00am: Dawn Service at the Honour Stone.

6:30am: Gunfire breakfast at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club.

10:00am: Muster at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club carpark

10:15am: March to the Honour Stone, Army leading.

10:45am: Arrive at the Honour Stone.

10:50am: ANZAC Commemoration Service at the Honour Stone. Laying of the wreaths.

12:15pm: Anzac Wall walk at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club

12:30 pm: Luncheon for current and ex-Service Personnel and Partners


9:00am: ANZAC Service at the War Memorial in Bergalia Link Road.


Was held on Saturday 22 April.

11:00am: ANZAC Service at the Bodalla Memorial Hall on the Princes Highway.

Central Tilba

9:50am: March assembles outside Dromedary Hotel on Bate Street.

9:55am: March to the Cenotaph, corner of Corkhill Drive and Bate Street

10:00am: Commemoration Service at the Cenotaph.


5:30am: Assemble at RSL Memorial Hall, 11 Page Street.

5:45am: Dawn Service at the War Memorial. (Tea and coffee for all attendees)

10:45am: March steps off at the cnr Vulcan and Shore Streets. March along Vulcan Street, right into Mirrabooka Avenue and then left into Page Street to the Memorial Hall, 11 Page Street.

11:30am: ANZAC Commemoration Service and wreath laying.

12:00pm: Light refreshments for ex-service men and women, partners and invited guests in the Memorial Hall.

5:00pm: At the going down of the sun, the dusk service will begin at Moruya’s Bush War Memorial. The service will feature a light show, projected onto the side of the World War II bunker; displaying images of men and women from all conflicts who have served Australia in war and peace. If you would like to have your loved one's image projected onto the wall, please email Gary Traynor before Wednesday 19 April, The service will finish approximately 6.30pm.


5:55am: Assemble for 6:00am Dawn Service at the War Memorial at Club Narooma, 88 Princes Highway.

10:45am: Assemble at the Narooma Visitors Centre, corner Princes Highway and Bluewater Drive.

11:00am: March steps off to the War Memorial at Club Narooma.

11:05am: ANZAC Service and Wreath Laying at the War Memorial.

12:30pm: A special luncheon will be on sale at Club Narooma after the Service for ex-service personnel and the public.


10:50am: Assembly at the Mechanics Institute Hall, Braidwood Street for a March to the Cenotaph.

11:00am: ANZAC Commemoration Service at the Cenotaph.

11:30am: A community sausage sizzle will be held at the waterfront park after the service.


6:00am: Gunfire breakfast at the Tomakin Sports and Social Club

6:45am: Muster at the Rivermouth General Store, cnr Sunpatch and Kingston Parades

7:00 am: March to Tomakin Sports and Social Club. Pipe band and Navy personnel will be in attendance. This year, cadets and scouts will join the march, wearing uniforms from historical wars. Emergency Services workers and volunteers are invited to join the march.

7:30am ANZAC Day Commemoration Service

7:45am Breakfast is provided to all marchers by the Tomakin Sports and Social Club. Members of the public are welcome to purchase their breakfast.

Tuross Head

5:30am: Dawn Service at the Memorial Gardens, Plantation Point.

11:00am: March from Birdwood Circle to the Tuross Head Country Club, 40 Monash Avenue.

11:15am: ANZAC Service at the Tuross Head Country Club.


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