Arrangements for Anzac Day commemoration services in Bombala and Delegate have been finalised.
Bombala RSL sub branch president, Rob Letts said, "Anzac Day in Bombala will be commemorated much the same as it is every year.
"The Bombala Dawn Service starts at 0615 hours at the Cenotaph with the Anzac Day commemorative march stepping off on Caveat Street outside the Club Bombala at 1100 hours with the marchers proceeding down Maybe Street to the Cenotaph.
"This year our Padre is the Reverend Judy Holdsworth and the catafalque party from the Australian Defence Force Academy will be led by Petty Officer Brendan Smith.
"We will also have a group from HMAS led by Chief Petty Officer Mick Tanner and a group of RAAF logicians led by Wing Commander Mark Carleton," Mr Letts said.
The commemoration will follow with the occasional address being given by Bombala High School Student Representative Council president Roan Larsen.
Members of the public, clubs, schools and organisations will be invited to lay wreaths at the Cenotaph.
Delegate RSL sub branch president, Phil Pope said, "The Delegate Dawn Service is at 0600 hours at the Delegate Cenotaph at the western end of town.
"The Dawn Commemoration Service will be followed by a gun fire breakfast at the Delegate RSL Hall, 57 Bombala St, Delegate.
"The Delegate Anzac Day ceremony begins at 1100 hours sharp with marchers asked to gather at the Delegate Cenotaph at 1045 hours.
"The March will proceed from the Delegate Cenotaph to the Memorial Gates and will be followed by the Commemorative Service.
"Members of the public and community organisations are encouraged to lay wreathes during the service and are welcome to join the marchers at the Delegate Hotel after the service.
"The Delegate Country Club is hosting the Anzac Day luncheon this year and bookings for lunch through the Delegate Country Club are essential prior to the day," Mr Pope said.