• Hannah Phillips

ANZAC Day Services in the South East and Barossa Valley

For those in the South East and the Barossa Valley wondering where there they need to be tomorrow morning for ANZAC Day services, you'll find a comprehensive list below.


Naracoorte, 5.15am for a 5.30am start at the Town Square followed by a march.

Lucindale, 6.45am for a 7am start at the War Memorial, Centenary Avenue.


  • 6.15am: March will form-up on Victoria Street at the RSL Hall, Victoria St.

  • 6.45am: Dawn Service will commence at the Robe War Memorial.

Bordertown: 6.15am ANZAC Day March assembles at the RSL. Dawn Service from 6.30am.

Keith: Dawn service from 6.30am at The Cenotaph, Soldiers Memorial Park on Heritage Street.

Mundulla: 9am Soldiers Memorial Park Packer Avenue.

Tailem Bend: ANZAC Day Dawn Service from 5.45am at the Memorial Garden on Railway Terrace.

Coonalpyn: ANZAC Memorial near swimming pool BBQ 6:20am. Breakfast to follow at Coonalpyn Bowling Club

Meningie: 6:15am Dawn Service at Memorial Park, Princes Highway. Breakfast to follow, RSL Hall, Narrung Road.

Peake, 7:00am Morning Service at War Memorial. Breakfast to follow at Peake District Sporting Club

Tintinara, 7:00am Service At War Memorial. Followed by breakfast at Tintinara Hotel.


Anguston, 6am Dawn Service at the Soldiers Memorial Cnr Murray St and Penrice Rd.

Freeling 6.30am Dawn Service, Cenotaph Cnr Hanson and Gray St.

Kapunda 6.30am Dawn Service, Cenotaph Cnr Clare Rd and Mildred St.

Mt Pleasant, 6.15am Dawn Service, Soldiers Memorial hall Melrose st with Breakfast to follow.

Nuriootpa, 6.00am Marchers assemble at Cnr Murray and Gawler st. Dawn Service to follow.


  • 6.15am Dawn Service at the Garden of Remembrance. Gunfire breakfast to follow at the RSL.

  • 11am ANZAC Day March, commencing at the Soldiers memorial Hall. Service to follow march.

Williamstown, 6.35am Dawn Service RSL memorial on memorial drive with gunfire breakfast to follow.

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