Registration required: COVID limits Kings Park Dawn Service to 10,000 people

THIS year’s Dawn Service is limited to 10,000 people, due to Government COVID-19 restrictions.

To manage numbers and meet the restrictions,  we have had to adapt and pre-register the event process. What this means is that patrons need to register online.

Registration is free, but is limited to six people for each registration.

You can register here: Registrations will close once the 10,000-person limit is reached.

This process enables us to manage numbers and fulfil COVID contact-tracing obligations.

A few days before the Dawn Service, those who successfully registered will receive a QR code, which they can use to check before arrival to Kings Park, using the SafeWA app. This will help reduce congestion at the entry points. Those who can’t sign in with a smart phone will be required to manually sign in. SafeWA QR codes will also be available at entry points and throughout the event area.

Face masks at the event are encouraged to ensure that attendees are protected. Face masks are also strongly encouraged when travelling to and from the event on public transport. Physical distancing of 1.5 metres during the event is encouraged and hand-sanitiser points will be available within the Dawn Service event area.

The traditional ANZAC Day March is going ahead and COVID pre-registration is not required. However, all attendees must check in via the SafeWA App. Those who are not participating or attending to support loved ones in the March are encouraged to watch the event from home, via the ABC’s live televised broadcast.

As in the past, tickets will be required for the Commemorative Service and can be booked directly through the Perth Concert Hall. Ticket are available here: