ANZAC Day is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand, and is commemorated by both countries on 25 April every year to honour members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) who fought at Gallipoli in Turkey during World War 1.  It now more broadly commemorates all those who died or served in military operations for their countries.

For more information relating to the history of ANZAC Day, please visit the Department of Veteran Affairs site: 

ANZAC Day Commemorative Service at the Town of Cottesloe

ANZAC Day Centenary event - 2017

The RSL WA Cottesloe Sub-Branch ANZAC Day Service to remember those Australians who served and those who lost their lives at war will be held on Tuesday, 25th April 2017, commencing at 6.45am at the Cottesloe Civic Centre, with a parade to the Main Lawn.

The service includes:

  • Parade and Flag raising
  • Wreath laying
  • Prayers
  • Readings
  • Last Post

Light refreshments will be served after the service, at the War Memorial Hall. Seating will be provided for most people during the service.

All are welcome to attend and should gather at the South Gate (opposite Loma Street), Cottesloe Civic Centre, 109 Broome Street, Cottesloe by 6.45am.

Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to lay wreaths or flowers at the service. Local community groups wishing to be announced formally when laying their wreath during the service, should contact the Town's Community Development Officer, Sherilee Macready, by telephone on 9285 5080 to make arrangements, no later than one week before the event.