Tuesday's Anzac Day commemorations will mark 101 years since Australians first stopped to reflect on the sacrifices made by those who fought on behalf of the country and as the nation prepares to pay its respects here is your guide to services around the area.
Griffith’s traditional Anzac Day dawn service will begin at 5.40am at the Cenotaph in Memorial Park.
Those participating in the march down Banna Avenue are asked to assemble at the War Memorial Hall at 10.15am for a 10.30am start, followed by the ceremony at 11am with guest speaker Madison Penrith.
Following the service the Griffith War Memorial Museum will be open to the public with a special exhibit of 10 watercolours of Anzac Cove during the Gallipoli campaign.
The Griffith Exies will host a breakfast following the Dawn Service from 6.30am and will also be open to punters wishing to try their hand at two-up from 2pm.
Coleambally’s dawn service at John McInnes Square will start at 5.45am and Darlington Point will conduct their march from 10.45am.