Albany Anzac Day

Albany Anzac Day

25 April 2024
Albany, WA
Honour Australian service men and women at commemorative services in Albany – the last port of call for many troops during the First World War.

Anzac Day has special significance in Albany as it is purportedly the site of Australia’s first Dawn Service conducted by Padre White. Albany’s RSL sub-branch with support from the City of Albany deliver the Dawn and Commemorative Services which will include the traditional Gunfire Breakfast and Troop March.


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