ANZAC Day 2013

Published 25th April, 2013

ANZAC Day, 25th April each year, is a day of remembrance - the day Australia commemorates those who lost their lives in service to their country, in all wars.

ANZAC Day, 25th April each year, is a day of remembrance - the day Australia commemorates those who lost their lives in service to their country, in all wars. 

Dawn Services and ANZAC Day marches are held in towns and cities throughout NSW.

 

We Will Remember Them. Lest We Forget.

To find out more about the event, visit the RSL website.

An accessible viewing area is located in Martin Place for the Dawn Service for people with mobility support needs. To access the area make your way to the Cenotaph and identify yourself to event staff or volunteers. The area will be available from 3.30am until 5.30am on Thursday 25 April, but places will be limited so please see contact details below to reserve a viewing space.

A viewing area for the Anzac Day March for people with mobility support needs will also be provided between 9am and 12pm on the corner of King and George streets.

The closest public transport access points to both viewing areas are Martin Place and Wynyard stations.  Wheelchair-accessible drop off points will be in place on the corner of York and Barrack streets from 3am to 3pm. People with limited mobility can then travel via Barrack Street to George Street.

Road closures will be in place so please allow yourself enough time to travel from the drop off point to your viewing location.

If you wish to register for the mobility support viewing area or require any further details please contact Paul Nunnari, Manager, Event Access and Inclusion, Department of Premier and Cabinet on 9228 5667, mobile 0477 318 481 or email [email protected].

To plan your trip, visit Transport Info 131500 or call 131500. For road closure information, visit Live Traffic NSW or call 132 701.

Images courtesy of Returned & Services League of Australia NSW Branch.

Published 25th April, 2013