Anzac Day services across the Northern Rivers

IF you would like to go to one of the many Anzac Day services around the Northern Rivers, but aren't sure where or when you should go, this may help.

We have put together this handy guide and map showing where and when Anzac Day services and activities will be held around the region.

If you have an activity that is not included, let us know and we'll add it in.

 

LISMORE

  • 5am: Dawn service at the Memorial Baths
  • 7.15am: St Carthage's Cathedral will hold a Requiem Mass celebrated by the Bishop of Lismore, the Most Reverend Geoffrey Jarrett
  • 8.30am: Assemble at Clyde Campbell car park for the march; depart for the Memorial Baths at 9am for wreath laying service
  • 11am: Multi-faith and multicultural Anzac Day gathering, Lismore Peace Park (corner of Keen St and Ballina Rd)
  • 2pm: McKee's Hill Hall Committee service to rededicate the refurbished honour boards plus the opening of new landscaping and flagpole
  • 2pm: Uniting Care Goonellabah (Kalina) Anzac commemoration for residents and families
  • 7pm, dedication of the new Anzac stained glass window at St Andrew's Church, Zadoc St, Lismore. St Andrew's will also host a special Anzac Day concert on Sunday from 2pm, featuring the church choir, Spiritsong.
  • Sunday, April 26, 2pm Anzac in Song, at St Andrew's Church, Zadoc St, Lismore

CORAKI

  • 9.50am: Form at the Coraki Hotel for march to cenotaph, where service will be held. The march will include a catafalque party made up off members of late Sapper David Wood's 42nd Battalion.

CASINO

  • 5.30am: Dawn service, Mafeking Lamp
  • 10.30am: Anzac service at the RSM Club
  • 12pm: Anzac luncheon at the RSM Club

BALLINA

  • 5am: Reveille (the Ballina fire siren will sound)
  • 5.30am: Dawn service at the cenotaph, followed by breakfast at the RSL
  • 9.15am: Service at the East Ballina cemetery
  • 10.30am: Assemble at Woolworths in River St for march to cenotaph
  • 11am: Service at the cenotaph, followed by lunch at the RSL
  • 2pm: Commemoration service at St Andrew's
  • 2.30pm: Anzac cheer at RSL LifeCare

ALSTONVILLE

  • 5.30am: Dawn service at the cenotaph at Elizabeth Anne Brown Park
  • 9.20am: Wreath laying at Paddy Bugden Memorial
  • 9.50am: March from Paddy Bugden VC Memorial
  • 10am: Civic service at Elizabeth Anne Brown Park

KYOGLE

  • 5.30am: Dawn service at the cenotaph
  • 10.15am: Assemble adjacent to the baths for march
  • 11am: Memorial service at the Memorial Institute, followed by wreath laying at the cenotaph

EVANS HEAD

  • 5.20am: Assemble at library for march to War Memorial
  • 10.30am: Assemble at RSL Club for march and service
  • 11.45am: Assemble at Park St for march to RSL Club

WOODBURN

  • 10am: Assemble at post office for march to Riverside Park, followed by memorial service

BONALBO

  • 5.30am: Dawn service at Patrick McNamee Anzac Memorial Park
  • 11am: March through Bonalbo to Bonalbo Memorial Hall, followed by wreath laying at Patrick McNamee Anzac Memorial Park

OLD BONALBO

  • 9.30am: Anzac Day service at Old Bonalbo Soldiers Memorial Hall

WOODENBONG

  • 5.30am: Dawn service at the water tower
  • 10.30am: March from NAB Bank to Woodenbong Public Hall, followed by a service at 11am
  • 12.30pm: Anzac Day luncheon at the RSL Hall

URBENVILLE

  • 9.30am: Service at St Mark's Church
  • 11am: Service and wreath laying at Memorial Gates
  • 11.45am: Cemetery service
  • 1pm: Anzac Day luncheon at the bowling club

BYRON BAY

  • 5.30am: Dawn Service at the Memorial Gates, followed by breakfast at the Services Club from 6am to 6.30am
  • 10.15am: Assemble for the march at the Beach Hotel
  • 10.50am: Main service commences

BANGALOW

  • 10.30am: Anzac Day March forms up at the Railway Park then moves on to the hall in Station St. Followed by family bowls at the Bowlo at 1.30pm and two-up at the Bangalow Hotel from 2pm

MULLUMBIMBY

  • 4.30am: Dawn service at the cenotaph in Dalley St
  • 10am: Assemble at Apex Park for parade at 10.45am
  • 11am: Anzac Day service

BRUNSWICK HEADS

  • 5am: Dawn service at the cenotaph in Memorial Park, Fawcett St, followed by a barbecue for the general public in the Memorial Park run by the Lions Club


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