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State War Memorial Dawn Service

Monday, 25 April 2022  

5.55 am to 6.30 am

In line with the current COVID-19 pandemic climate, RSLWA has had to make the difficult decision not to deliver the traditional Kings Park Dawn Service and remove public participation for 2022.

To protect our more vulnerable Veterans, while still delivering an ANZAC Day experience to the wider community, RSLWA have partnered with Radio 94.5 and the Triple M Radio Network to deliver a live broadcast of a Commemorative Service to enable the community to participate in Driveway Dawn Services in the safety of their own homes.

The ANZAC Day Dawn Service at the State War Memorial in Kings Park will be a small, invitation-only event to enable us to broadcast the service to the broader community. 

There will be no additional lighting or infrastructure at Kings Park to support public participation and there will be no additional early morning public transport services into the CBD or to Kings Park.

RSLWA is encouraging people to participate with Driveway Dawn Services from the safety of their homes by tuning in to the live broadcast across the state through Radio 94.5 and the Triple M Radio Network. 

Gunfire Breakfast

Monday, 25 April 2022

7.00 am to 9.00 am

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.

This event is required to comply with COVID-19 Restrictions of physical distancing (2sq. metre rule) and proof of vaccination for entry.

Gunfire Breakfast Map

ANZAC Day Parade

Monday, 25 April

Perth CBD starting at 9.00 am

The RSLWA is planning for the CBD Parade to proceed while adhering to the Level 1 COVID-19 Restrictions. This will include COVID Marshals on site, physical distancing and proof of vaccination strongly encouraged for all participants.

The Australian Defence Force will step off from the corner of Barrack Street and St Georges Terrace at 9.00 am followed by vintage vehicles and military jeeps carrying Veterans, Ex-services Units, Corps and Regimental Associations. The Parade will proceed along St Georges Terrace, passing the saluting dais before turning right into Victoria Avenue and dispersing at Langley Park.

RSLWA is encouraging people to only attend as observers if they have friends or relatives marching. The Parade will be telecast live by ABC TV and RSLWA is encouraging observers to enjoy the Parade from their own homes.

A sausage sizzle will be provided by The Salvation Army for participants and observers.

The media are asked not to try to interview Veterans while they are marching or being transported in jeeps and vehicles during the March.

For the protection of Parade participants and spectators, there will be a number of road closures in the CBD during the morning on ANZAC Day. Please view the road closures map.

Order of March

Parade Map

March Protocols

Commemorative Service

Monday, 25 April

Perth Concert Hall from 11 am to midday

This is a free community event, but tickets are required for entry. The program will include the Salvation Army Perth Fortress Band and the ANZAC Day Choir, brought together by the Perth Modern School Chamber Choir and Perth Modern School Alumni Singers.

Tickets will be available from Monday, 4 April and can be booked through the Perth Concert Hall website 

For patrons with wheelchairs and mobility aids, access is best from the St Georges Terrace forecourt ramp. The Concert Hall foyer areas can be accessed using the lifts.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions capacity is limited to 75 per cent and proof of vaccination will be required to enter the venue. The service will be broadcast live by ABC TV.