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Anzac Day service locations

Tewantin sub-branch

0430hrs - Tea/coffee in Diggers Bar

0530hrs - Dawn Service at cenotaph

0620hrs - Buses depart for cemetery

0630hrs - Cemetery service

0655hrs - Breakfast in Memorial Club

0845hrs - Parade marshall assembles parade

0900hrs - Parade steps off Noosa Lions Club

Have a sausage sizzle after service.

ANZAC DAY ROAD CLOSURES

Dawn Service: Cenotaph

0430hrs to 0630hrs - Pelican St between Doonella St/Lake St and Poinciana Ave, including the Town Square at the intersections of Memorial Ave and Diyan St.

Main Parade, Cenotaph Service

0800hrs to 1100hrs - Poinciana Ave between Sidoni St and Pelican St, Sidoni St between Poinciana Ave and Blakesley St, Blakesley St between Sidoni St and Diyan St, Diyan St between Blakesley St and Poinciana Ave, Pelican St between Doonella St / Lake St and Poinciana Ave, Memorial between Doonella St and Poinciana Ave.

Coolum-Peregian

Dawn Service

5am Gather Sea Cove Resort Rd

5.20am Service begins on arrival of veterans at Cenotaph 1906 David Low Way

After-service refreshments at RSL Memorial Hall 1906 David Low Way.

The Dawn Service is the only one held by the Coolum-Peregian RSL sub-branch.

 

Cooroy

Dawn Service

5am Service begins at the Memorial Triangle Diamond St Cooroy.

Gunfire breakfast ($2. Donation) at RSL Club afterwards.

Main Service

10am Form up for march from the Butter Factory to the Cooroy Memorial Hall.

Service to be held on arrival of marching contingent about 10.30am. Function at RSL Club afterwards. (Tickets must be pre-purchased for function.)

 

Yandina/Eumundi

Yandina Eumundi Service 1

Verrierdale Hall, 268 Verrierdale Rd, Verrierdale

6am Service 2

Eumundi

8.30am Service 3

Yandina Cenotaph, Yandina 10.45am

Contact: Helen Cook

Phone: 07 5472 7177

Details of times and locations for Queensland Anzac Day services can be obtained from the event section of the RSL website, rslqld.org.

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