State War Memorial Dawn Service
THE ANZAC Day Dawn Service at the State War Memorial in Kings Park starts at 6am on, April 25, 2022. Without COVID 19 restrictions, this commemorative event attracts up to 30,000 people.
People are encouraged to arrive from 5am onwards. Lights out are at 5.50am for silence before the service begins.
Public Transport services usually start from 4.30am. It is strongly recommended that you take public transport as parking is very limited. It’s free for current and returned service personnel wearing their uniforms, campaign ribbons or medals to any ANZAC Day commemorative event.
Details, including road closures, will be listed on this web page closer to the event.
This is held at Government House Gardens on St Georges Terrace, from 7 am-9 am and is open to everyone to enjoy camaraderie with the Veteran community. The event is supported by Rotary WA, who serve tea, coffee, and bacon-and-egg rolls.
ANZAC Day Parade
The traditional ANZAC Day Parade starts at 9am from the corner of Barrack Street and St Georges Terrace. Moving east along St Georges Terrace, the parade passes the Saluting Dias before turning right onto Victoria Avenue and dispersing on to Langley Park. A sausage sizzle will be provided by The Salvation Army.
Information about the Order of March, route map and parking, or other frequently asked questions will be available on this page closer to the event.
The media are asked not to try to interview veterans while they are marching or being transported in jeeps and vehicles during the March.
Perth Concert Hall, 11:00 am. This is a FREE event, with all welcome to attend. This is a ticketed event, please note that the venue will not have assigned seating and as a result, guests will be seated in order of arrival.
This year’s program includes the Salvation Army Perth Fortress Band and the ANZAC Day Choir, brought together from the Perth Modern School Chamber Choirs and Perth Modern School Alumni Singers.