ANZAC Day march and memorial service – 25 April 2022

Attend this year’s ANZAC Day and be part of the commemorations at the Armistice Centenary War Memorial on the 25th of April 2022. New this year, there will be a march of veterans, school students, and other groups preceding the service. Descendants are invited to join the march.

The newly constructed memorial walls at the War Memorial will be consecrated and the new structures will be officially opened by Mr Ross Vasta MP and Mr Mark Farrow, President of the Belmont Site Users’ Association.

Additional highlights

  • Participation by an Irish Pipes and Drum Band and Gumdale State School students
  • Introduction of a Roll of Honour Tribute during the service to share the stories behind the names on the WWI Roll of Honour in the QRA Museum
  • There will be an official wreath laying during the service and an opportunity for individuals and families to lay a wreath or floral tribute at the end of the service.

The QRA Museum will be open for tours and morning tea will be provided at the QRA bar area after the service concludes. A moment for us all to connect.


The Armistice Centenary War Memorial, at the entrance of the Belmont Shooting Complex


10.00 am – March participants form up on the grassed area adjacent from Wynnum Manly Pidgeon Club

10.15 am – The march commences to the War Memorial

10.25 am – Attendees are asked to be seated

10.30 am – Start of the ANZAC Day service at the ACWM

  • Seating and shades will be provided at the War Memorial
  • Parking is conveniently located adjacent to the War Memorial and traffic marshals will be on-site
  • A First Aid Officer will be in attendance

Will you be joining us on the day?
Register your interest and let us know if you would like to attend the march, the service and lay a wreath or floral tribute.

** Image provided by  Yvonne Hill OAM 

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