Traditional ANZAC Day commemorations return to Serpentine Jarrahdale

Published on Thursday, 14 April 2022 at 8:48:24 AM

A traditional ceremony and processional march will make a long-awaited return to Serpentine Jarrahdale for this year’s ANZAC Day commemorations.

Having spent the past two years paying our respects from our driveways due to public health and safety measures, residents are invited to come together this year to honour those who fought for our freedom.

Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale President Cr Michelle Rich said the Shire was pleased to be able to hold its annual Processional March and in-person Commemorative Service for its 2022 commemorations.

“ANZAC Day is such a special day in Serpentine Jarrahdale and across our entire country,” Cr Rich said.

“It’s wonderful to once again be able to come together and pay tribute to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

“I’ve been extremely proud of the way Shire residents have continued to pay their respects in unique ways over the past two years, and I look forward to our community joining with us at our traditional service this year.”

Processional March

  • Form up 8.30am
  • Commences 8.45am
  • Serpentine Fire Station, 1514 Karnup Road, Serpentine

Commemorative Ceremony

  • Commences 9am
  • Clem Kentish Hall, 24 Wellard Street, Serpentine
  • Refreshments to follow

This year marks the 107th anniversary since the Anzacs landed on the shores of Gallipoli.

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