There was a ;arge turnout for the Anzac Day march from near the Ballina Court House to the Ballina RSL where tributes were laid to fallen soldiers.
There was a ;arge turnout for the Anzac Day march from near the Ballina Court House to the Ballina RSL where tributes were laid to fallen soldiers. Marc Stapelberg

PHOTOS: Ballina Anzac Day march

A LARGE turnout of hundreds of people filled the RSL Memorial Park to mark the 104th anniversary of the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli.

Although the weather was kind and no rain or wind was present many people still rugged up.

Ex-serviceman, school captains, serving military personnel, families, and community leaders including Mayor David Wright, gathered around the cenotaph at Memorial Park after the march.

Moving speeches were given before tributes were laid at the cenotaph.



We need paid parking because of Queenslanders: Councillor

premium_icon We need paid parking because of Queenslanders: Councillor

Councillor says visitors outnumber locals at coastal village

'Cult' leader's lawyer to be referred to legal watchdog

premium_icon 'Cult' leader's lawyer to be referred to legal watchdog

The court heard she was "deflecting responsibility" for her conduct

Impassioned plea saves 91-year-old swim club

premium_icon Impassioned plea saves 91-year-old swim club

Lismore's oldest swimming club saved