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ANZAC Day services across Ballarat

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Pay tribute to and remember those who have served at ANZAC Day services across Ballarat on Tuesday 25 April 2023.

Ballarat Cenotaph, Sturt Street

6.00am Dawn Service at the Ballarat Cenotaph in Sturt Street, followed by Gunfire Breakfast at Ballarat RSL Midlands Golf Club. A transfer bus to and from the RSL will be provided.

10.30am ANZAC Day March, from Lyons Street North to Ballarat Cenotaph, followed by the Commemorative Service at the Ballarat Cenotaph.

Refreshments and Two-Up from 1.00pm at Midlands Golf Club.

Those attending the services in an official capacity will need to register their attendance with the RSL.

For more information about the ANZAC Day service in Sturt Street please contact the Ballarat RSL on (03) 5332 3300.

Cardigan and Windermere Fire Brigade

7.00am: Short ceremony at the Fireman’s memorial in Remembrance Drive, corner Finch’s Road, followed by the placing of a wreath.

Arch of Victory

8.00am: Service at the Ballarat Arch of Victory/Garden of the Grieving Mother

Sebastopol

8.45am: March from Sebastopol Post Office, Albert Street

9.00am: Commemorative Service at the Sebastopol Cenotaph

Australian Ex-Prisoners of War Memorial

9.00am: Wreath Laying service at the memorial

Please register via: https://www.powmemorialballarat.com.au/

Miner’s Rest

10.00am: Service at the Miner’s Rest Cenotaph

Buninyong

10.15am Service at Buninyong Memorial Park

Further details at ballarat.vic.gov.au/anzac-day.

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21 Apr 2023

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