Last year people in the Bundaberg region celebrated Anzac Day at the end of their driveways, but this year we can come together again for church services.
There are numerous services in the area for people who want to remember and pay their respects to our past and present diggers.
After the service, diggers and the community will be invited to the free Gunfire Breakfast at the Bargara Beach Hotel. Two will start at 8 a.m.
A complimentary Gunfire breakfast with tea and coffee will be offered in the Bucca Community Hall after the service is over
5.30 a.m. – 7.30 a.m .: Breakfast downstairs in the RSL building. Limited to all Ex service and service employees with current ID, provided free of charge. Accompanying families can join for a small fee of $ 5 per person.
After completing the service, you will receive a free afternoon tea at the Lighthouse Hotel.
4am: Parade marches from Gin Gin RSL to Cenotaph on Mulgrave Street, followed by Dawn Service.
9.30am: Parade marches from Gin Gin RSL to the cenotaph on Mulgrave Street, followed by Civic Service.
Participants in the parade are invited to lunch in the Showgrounds Hall from 12 noon
Service attendees are invited to join Veterans and Members for a Gunfire Breakfast at Moore Park Beach Bowls Club immediately after service.
11 am, memorial service at Memorial Park, Heusman Street, followed by lunch in the community hall.
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