TRADITIONAL ANZAC DAY DAWN SERVICE
Current COVID-19 restrictions will impact these events. All events will be ticketed
TICKETS ARE FREE AND ARE AVAILABLE FROM 9TH APRIL 2021
Traditional Dawn Service on Mt Clarence, the location of the first dawn service in Western Australia in 1923, led by Padre White. He led the congregation to the top of Mt Clarence and as the service was held, a wreath was laid in King George Sound to commemorate those who fought.
Date: Sunday 25 April
Time: 5.30 – 6.00am
Venue: Desert Mounted Corps Memorial, Mount Clarence
Capacity: 500pax only
Do I need a ticket to attend the service?
The Dawn Service at Mt Clarence will be a ticketed event due to Covid restrictions. You are advised to arrive early. Attendance is by ticket only.
Can I pre-book, reserve or buy a ticket for the bus shuttle service or Dawn Service?
Yes. This is a free bus shuttle service and patrons are advised that access to attend the Dawn Service will be by ticket only.
How many visitors can attend the service at Mt Clarence?
The site of the Dawn Service on Mt Clarence has limited capacity due to Covid restrictions. Once the capacity of the site is reached patrons will not be able to access the site. You are advised to consider attending the free Live Site at the Albany Entertainment Centre instead. See Live Simulcast section for more information. Additionally, the Dawn Service will be streamed live on the National Anzac Centre Facebook page and website.
Further information can be found here