Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, both RSL sub-branches within the municipality have adapted the way they will conduct ANZAC day services on Sunday 25 April to comply with the Victorian Government Public Events Framework health and safety measures.
RSL Australia is asking the community to commemorate our veterans with a traditional service, or honour them from home with a moment of private reflection at 6am in remembrance of those who have served and sacrificed for our nation. For more information on how you can participate, please visit the RSL Australia website.
The ANZAC Appeal will also be a little different again this year, if you would like to make a donation to the ANZAC Appeal 2021 to support veterans and their families, please visit the ANZAC Appeal website.
To honour those who have lost their lives during wars and those who still serve our country at home and abroad, there will be the following services offered in Frankston City:
- 11am Small wreath laying ceremony at the War memorial at Beauty Park, Frankston (all welcome, limited numbers)
The Frankston RSL welcomes service members and their families to the club following the wreath laying ceremony. For more information and to make a booking, please visit the Frankston RSL website.
- 7am Seaford RSL Club will open for a Gunfire breakfast (All welcome, bookings required)
- 9.30am ANZAC Day march commences, travelling along Nepean Highway and Station Street, Seaford (Veterans, service men and women to march only)
- 10am ANZAC Day service commences at the Seaford RSL cenotaph (All welcome)
The Seaford RSL welcomes the community to the club prior to and following the march and ceremony. For more information and to make a booking, please visit the Seaford RSL website.
Please visit the RSL Victoria website for a list of other services in surrounding municipalities.