We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who supported and attended the 2023 ANZAC Day events. It was an honour to see so many people come together to remember the sacrifices made by our brave servicemen and women who fought for our freedom and security.
We would also like to extend our deepest thanks to the sponsors who helped make this year’s events possible. Lotterywest, City of Perth, Kings Park & Botanic Gardens, Government House, ABC, Perth Concert Hall, and Transperth, your generosity and support enabled us to provide a fitting tribute to our fallen heroes.
All-Inclusive Sunset Service @ Kings Park
Monday, 24 April 2023
We are really sorry if you have missed out this time.
You can still commemorate the ANZAC spirit by attending any of the below ANZAC day services or by tuning into our radio partners Mix94.5 and 92.9 Triple M to hear the dawn service broadcast.
We intend to run this event in 2024. If you would like to be on our mailing list for updates email us at email@example.com
Click below to view Sunset Service map
Dawn Service @ State War Memorial
Tuesday, 25 April 2023
5.50am to 7am
The ANZAC Day Dawn Service at the State War Memorial in Kings Park commences at 6am on Tuesday 25 April 2023. RSLWA recommends that participants arrive from 4am onwards.
Significant road closures and traffic detours will be in effect on 25 April.
Further details can be found hereRSLWA are planning audio description services for those who wish to listen in to the ANZAC Day Parade, registration is free but essential, you can book your ticket here
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Gunfire Breakfast @ Government House Gardens
Held at Government House Gardens on St Georges Terrace, from 7 am to 9 am the breakfast is open to everyone to enjoy camaraderie with the Veteran community. Entry is a gold coin donation to share the Spirit of ANZAC Day. The breakfast BBQ is organised and prepared by the Rotary Club of Perth.
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ANZAC Day March @ St George's Terrace
Perth CBD starting at 9.00am
ANZAC DAY ORDER OF MARCH 2023
At RSLWA, we place the veteran front and centre of all that we do and are encouraging the 62,000 veterans that reside in Western Australia to come and march alongside their mates on ANZAC Day throughout our State. To support this, we have implemented new initiatives for the Order of March.
2023 marks the 70th Anniversary of the Armistice of the Korean War and the 50th Anniversary of the end of Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War. As a result, we are inviting representative elements from these conflicts to March in the lead position behind our National flag.
Also of significance, we will recognise the families of those servicemen and women that have been killed in the service of our Nation. The order brings our veterans together in a chronological representation of service, from World War II to the Middle East. The changes also reflect that many younger veterans served not as part of formed bodies and without an association do not have a ‘place’. These changes seek to overcome this challenge.
The order also recognises veterans from the 5-eyes nations, - USA, UK, Canada and NZ, who served alongside Australians in all theatres. Of importance, many associations and groups that have, for many years stoically remembered family members that served in past conflicts are most warmly welcomed to continue to proudly march in memory of those that served.
We also welcome children to march with their veteran parents and of course, in the appropriate order, descendants and family members of those no longer with us.
Should you require further assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9287 3799.
Participants will step off from the corner of Barrack Street and St Georges Terrace at 9am. The March will proceed along St Georges Terrace, passing the saluting dais before turning right into Victoria Avenue and dispersing at Langley Park.
The march will be broadcast live by ABC TV.
Further details can be found here
Commemorative Service @ Perth Concert Hall
Tuesday, 25 April 2023
Perth Concert Hall from 11 am to midday