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This ANZAC Day we’ll come together, in person and in spirit, to commemorate the men and women who have served our nation in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. Below are the services in Ku-ring-gai and other ways to show your respect.

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Places of Pride - War memorial monuments

If you are unable to attend an ANZAC Day service we encourage you to visit one of Ku-ring-gai’s Places of Pride.

Places of Pride is a national initiative by the Australian War Memorial.



Wahroonga War Memorial

Illoura Avenue, Wahroonga

Turramurra Memorial Park

Eastern Road, Turramurra

Sphinx War Memorial

Bobbin Head Road, North Turramurra

Sandakan Memorial Park

Du Faur Street, North Turramurra

Pymble Soldiers Memorial Park

Peace Avenue, Pymble

Ku-ring-gai Bicentennial Park War Memorial

Lofberg Road, West Pymble

St Ives War Memorial

Mona Vale Road, St Ives

Ku-ring-gai War Memorial

Council Chambers, 818 Pacific Highway Gordon

Lindfield Soldiers Memorial Gates

Tryon Road, East Lindfield

Roseville Memorial Park

62 Pacific Highway, Roseville

Televised services

A national dawn service will be televised from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. This service will be led by the Governor General and Prime Minister. It is scheduled to commence with the pre-service program at 5am with the national service at 5.30am. This service will be broadcast live by the ABC.

Watch live ANZAC Day coverage from the Australian War Memorial on ABC TV and ABC IVIEW on 25 April.