We have assembled some poems which you may care to use in your memorial services or just to assist in understanding what ANZAC Day is all about.

A Brown Slouch Hat (J Albert & Son)

Not a Hero (by Clyde Hamilton)

We're All Australians Now (by AB 'Banjo' Paterson)

After The Service (by Jeff Cook)

ANZAC Day (D. Hunter)

For The Fallen (by Laurence Binyon)

Gaps In The Ranks (by Les Keeble)

Grandpa, What Did You Do In The War? (by Jeff Cook)

Sir (by Damian (Dib) Morgan)

Sonnet for ANZAC Day (by Alf Wood)

The Australian (by W. H. Ogilvie)

The Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels (by Sapper H “Bert” Beros)

The Soul of Australia (by J.H.M.)

To the Sunburnt Ear (by Tony Gunter)

A Tribute to ANZAC Day (by Ken Bunker)

A Poem for Remembrance Day (author unknown)

Annual ANZAC Day Ceremonies

The ANZAC Day Student Service

This solemn ceremony is conducted every year in Brisbane's ANZAC Square prior to ANZAC Day from 10am and noon approximately. The 2016 event took place on Thursday, the 21st day of April, and several thousand Queensland school students took part.

The ANZAC Day Dawn Service

Every year on the 25th day of April, the ANZAC Day Dawn Service starts at 04:28am sharp at Brisbane's Shrine of Remembrance, ANZAC Square, located between Ann and Adelaide Streets. All are welcome to attend.

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