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Anzac Day 2015

On Anzac Day in 2015, the world commemorated the centenary of the landings at Gallipoli—a significant milestone in the Anzac Centenary commemoration program, which continued through to Remembrance Day in November 2018.

Congratulations to all involved in delivering a safe and memorable Anzac Day. Thanks to the tireless work and commitment from event committees and volunteers, the legacy of Anzac Day is preserved for future years.

Brisbane Anzac Day Dawn Service 2015

Thousands of people came together in Anzac Square to take part in the Brisbane Anzac Day Dawn Service. Others watched from screens set up in Post Office Square, King George Square and Queen Street Mall. The speech by His Excellency, the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland was just one of the highlights from what was a moving and memorable service.

Read the Queensland Governors speech.

Brisbane Anzac Day Parade 2015

Following on from the dawn service, more than 20,000 people lined the streets to watch the Brisbane Anzac Day Parade. Around 10,000 people took part, with servicemen and women joining veterans and families marching in memory and honour of those who have served.

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Last updated
21 November, 2019

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