Liverpool remembered those who served in armed conflicts with a Dawn Service at Bigge Park this morning.
Starting with a march from Club Liverpool at 5.15am down George and Moore streets, this year's Dawn Service of Remembrance started at 5.30am.
"Today marks 104 years since Australian and New Zealand soldiers landed at Anzac Cove in the Gallipoli peninsula," 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."
The Dawn Service was followed by a free breakfast and variety show at ClubLiverpool.
The Dawn Service was run by the Liverpool RSL Sub-branch and was supported by Club Liverpool, Liverpool Council and North-Western Roads.