The unmistakable sound of bagpipes will fill the air when St Mary's Pipe Band come down from Sydney to take part in Griffith's Anzac Day commemorations.
It's the first time the pipe band will be coming down to Griffith for ANZAC Day, but probably not the last according to Griffith RSL sub-branch commemorations coordinator Terry Walsh.
"We're hoping to have the pipe band come down every year for Anzac Day," Mr Walsh said.
"We're extremely happy to have the band here."
The pipe band will be coming down to Griffith thanks to Griffith Ex-Servicemen's Club, which will be funding their trip.
The pipe band will be there throughout all of Anzac Day, which will kick off on April 25 at 5.30am with a dawn service at Memorial Park, where they will sell tickets to a Griffith Exies Breakfast at 6.30am.
After the breakfast, members of the public are invited to gather outside the War Memorial Hall at 10.15am to march alongside the pipe band to Memorial Park.
At the park there will be a guest speaker from the Australian Defence Force, a catafalque party to mourn those killed in war, and the main community service from 11am.
The pipe band is the newest addition to Griffith's ever-expanding Anzac Day commemorations, which has seen growing crowds over the past few years.
This year's Anzac Day comes after a four-year string of centenaries commemorating those who served in World War I between 1914 and 1918.
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