What's happening on ANZAC Day

Bombala Anzac Day
Bombala Anzac Day

Next Tuesday members of the community will come together to commemorate ANZAC day remembering the men and women who served our country in times of conflict.

Bombala RSL sub-branch president, Rob Letts said the Dawn Service at Bombala starts at 6.15am at the Cenotaph.

“Following the Bombala Dawn Service, breakfast provided by the RSL will be served for all the attendees at the Bombala RSL Club, as is customary,” Mr Letts said.

The Bombala Main Service will be preceded with the march led by the Catafalque Party from the Australian Defence Force Academy who will step off at 11am and march down Maybe Street to the Cenotaph.

Students from St Joseph’s, Bombala Public and High School will also march.

Bombala Student Representative Council president Jess Heron will deliver the Occasional Address and the Padre is the Reverend Judy Holdsworth.

“Visiting Navy and Airforce representatives will also be at the commemorative services,” Mr Letts said.

“Community groups and families are most welcome to lay wreaths at the 11am service.

“The Bombala Rotary and Community Choir will lead the two national anthems and the hymns,” he said.

The Dawn Service in Delegate starts at 6am at the Delegate Memorial Gates.

Delegate RSL sub-branch president Phil Pope said there would be a gunfire breakfast after the dawn service on the veranda of the Delegate Hotel.

The Main Service at Delegate is at 11am at the Memorial Gates with the march forming at the Cenotaph and starting at 10.45am. 

Lunch will be served at ther Delegate Country Club with bookings essential.

In the event of rain the service will be moved to the School of Arts Hall.