Anzac Day is the most prominent public holiday in Australia. This holiday marks the commemoration of the first military action took by Australian and New Zealand Armed Forces during the First World War!
On this public holiday, Anzac Day Dawn Service is the prime commemoration tradition. Although, this day is celebrated throughout the country to remember those great soldiers. But in major cities, special dawn services are being held. In a pre-dawn darkness, thousands of people gather on roads to celebrate Anzac Day Sydney. The dawn services consist upon an Ode of Remembrance, a minute’s silence, Last Post bugle call, a Reveille played on a bugle and the laying of wreaths!
You may check out Sydney’s official website for more details about Anzac Day Sydney!