RSL sub-branches across the MIA are looking ahead to Sunday, as they prepare for the return of traditional Anzac Day services.
While Griffith's service has been limited due to COVID restrictions, services in Yenda and Coleambally are expected to be somewhat more traditional.
In Yenda, a dawn service will begin at 6am at the cenotaph outside the Yenda Diggers' Club, followed by a breakfast inside the club.
At 11am there will be a march around the town's central park, followed by a main service in the park.
The Yenda Inner Wheel Club will then host a lunch at the Diggers' Club.
At both the dawn service and the main service, there will be a table for residents to sign-in and register their attendence.
President of the Yenda RSL Sub-Branch Alan Wakley said while he was busy organising the event, he was glad to see it return after missing out last year.
"I'm definitely glad to see it come back, considering last year we just stood in our driveways," Mr Wakley said.
Coleambally's John McInnes Square will host both services for Coleambally and Darlington Point residents.
The dawn service will get underway at 6am and will be followed with free tea and coffee and the main service will begin at 11am.
The main service will be followed by a luncheon at the Coleambally Community Club.
Coleambally and Darlington Point RSL Sub-Branch treasurer Ken Martin urged residents to arrive half an hour before each service gets underway, in order to make it easier for everyone to sign in.
Mr Martin said it was "phenomenal" to be holding the event again.
"Just to be able to get out and have a service is great," he said.
"It's gaining momentum every year. The fact there have been so many problems in the last couple of years means numbers may decrease, but I'm still expecting a good crowd."
Across Australia, the number of people expected to attend Anzac Day ceremonies is down.
Nearly three quarters of the country have attended events in the past, but only 58 per cent plan on attending this year.
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