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ANZAC Day service at Australian Embassy

ANZAC Day service at Australian Embassy

The Australian Embassy will hold an ANZAC Day dawn service tomorrow to mark Australia and New Zealand’s national day of remembrance.

Held on April 25 each year to mark the anniversary of the beginning of the Battle of Gallipoli in World War I, the day has grown into a tribute to all servicemen and women who have fought for Australia and New Zealand.

Citizens of Australia and New Zealand are invited to the embassy, at 16B National Assembly Street, but must bring photo identification. Doors open at 4:30am for a 5:15am start.

To contact the reporter on this story: Shane Worrell at [email protected]


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