As the sun rose on 25 April 1915, Australian and New Zealand soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli and into history itself.
Every year since, as the sun rises, Australians gather across the nation to remember their legacy, and the legacy of all those who have followed in their footsteps.
Find out more about the meaning of ANZAC Day on our blog.
In 2019, RSL Sub Branches held more than 500 ANZAC Day services and marches in towns and cities. Here are some highlights from the Dawn Service and the ANZAC Day Parade in Brisbane.
Whether on the coast or out west, in city or country, each event contributed to a tapestry of commemoration across Queensland.