ANZAC DAY SERVICES | A city remembers

Liverpool will gather to remember those who served in armed conflicts with a Dawn Service at BiggePark this Anzac Day, Thursday. Starting with a march from Club Liverpool at 5.15am down George and Moore streets, this year's Dawn Service will start at 5.30am.

"This Anzac Day marks 104 years since Australian and New Zealand soldiers landed at Anzac Cove in the Gallipoli Peninsula," Liverpool mayor WendyWaller said. "At the Dawn Service we remember service people from Liverpool and across Australia who served our country in armed conflict and the families at home who supported them.

"On behalf of the councillors and the council's staff, I invite the community to join us at the commemorations."

The service will be followed by a free breakfast and variety show at Club Liverpool. The service will be run by the Liverpool RSL Sub-branch, supported by Club Liverpool, Liverpool Council and North-Western Roads.

  • 5.15am: March from Club Liverpool, 185 George Street, to Bigge Park.
  • 5.30am: Dawn Service at Bigge Park.
  • 6am to 8am: Free breakfast at Club Liverpool.
  • 8.15am: Variety Show at Club Liverpool.

Hospital services

These hospitals will mark the day on Wednesday, April 24 ahead of the public holiday.

  • Liverpool Hospital: 10.30am, Anzac Courtyard, next to main foyer. Dr John Crozier will complete the reflection.
  • Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital: 10.30am, Anzac Courtyard, next to Ward 2J. Bankstown RSL Sub-branch president Terry Corcoran will complete the Anzac address.
  • Campbelltown Hospital: 2.30pm, Memorial Garden, next to cafe. Major David Czerkies on "The Meaning of Anzac Day".
  • or 1800 022 222.