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Anzac Day across Byron Shire

BANGALOW ON THE MARCH: The Anzac Day parade makes its way down Byron Street in Bangalow.
BANGALOW ON THE MARCH: The Anzac Day parade makes its way down Byron Street in Bangalow. Christian Morrow

Mullumbimby

4am: Rededication of the refurbished Cenotaph.

4.30am: Dawn service.

5am: Breakfast in the Ex-services Club for all present.

10am: Marchers begin to gather on New City Rd near the Railway Station.

10.45am: Anzac Day March commences - New City Rd, Argyle St, Station St, Burringbar St, Dalley St to Cenotaph.

11.15am: Anzac Day Service begins.

11.45am: Retire to Ex-services Club.

Noon: Finger food served for all present. Afternoon (no set time) Two Up.

Byron Bay

5.30am: Dawn Memorial Service.

6.15am: Breakfast at the Services Club.

9.32am: FA 18 Fly over.

10am: Assemble for main march with march off at 10.30am.

11am: Service commences at the Memorial Gates. MCs will be Neve Kelly and Luca Bisogni from Byron Bay High School. The guest speaker will be Reverend Graeme Davis OAM CSM.

12.30pm: Luncheon at the Services Club. The cost for the luncheon will be $20 per person.

Bangalow

10.40am: March forms up outside Bangalow Hotel.

11am: Outdoor Service at the Bangalow RSL Hall. The guest speaker is RAF Group Captain Dr David Scott.

Noon: There will be a Lions Club barbecue lunch with all welcome. Gold coin donation.

2pm: Two Up at Bangalow Hotel.

Brunswick Heads/Billinudgel

5am: Dawn Service. please assemble at 4.50am for the march to the cenotaph then march around streets of Brunswick Heads.

5.45am: Breakfast for local school children who take part in march. Barbecue for members and guests for small fee.

Two Up

Noon: Byron Bay Bowling Club Two up on the green.

1pm: Suffolk Park Hotel will be holding Two Up on the deck.


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