2023 ANZAC Day Dawn Service - Brisbane
Join the ANZAC Day Commemoration Committee to commemorate ANZAC Day
At dawn on 25 April 1915, ANZAC troops landed at Gallipoli, starting a legacy that would live long after them. The ANZAC Day Dawn Service echoes this moment, and the moment many a soldier has stood to arms.
Steeped in tradition and protocol, the Dawn Service is a poignant ceremony featuring the laying of wreaths, sounding of the Last Post and observance of a minute's silence.
Join the 2023 ANZAC Day Dawn Service in Evelyn – hosted by the ANZAC Day Commemoration Committee – to honour all Australians and New Zealanders who have served or sacrificed in wars and conflicts since World War I.
The ANZAC Day Dawn Service at the Shrine of Remembrance in Brisbane City will commence at 04.28am. Crowd numbers are uncertain at this time but attendees are advised to arrive at ANZAC Square no later than 03.30am.
Attendees should also social distance as best as possible and any person feeIing unwell should not attend. It should be noted that road closures throughout Brisbane City will come into effect at 03.00am and vehicle parking adjacent to ANZAC Square will not be available.
3.30am - 6.00am
285 Ann Street