Yes. RSL NSW sub-Branches are working with NSW Police and their local council to coordinate ANZAC Day services including marches and dawn services.
All commemoration services are being planned with NSW Police and local councils in accordance with current public health advice. Depending on the type of event, seating and spacing requirements, it may not be possible for spectators to attend commemoration services.
The general public is encouraged to follow this page for updated information in relation to local events or to contact their local sub-Branch for more information.
Alternatively, you can show your support by staying local and participating in the national ‘Light up the Dawn’ service at dawn. The RSL encourages you to rally your neighbours to participate and share your service on your social media platforms.
The following information is current as at 24 March 2021:
An exemption to the Public Health Order issued to RSL NSW on 24 March 2021 stipulates that a maximum of 10,000 people can participate in the Sydney CBD March.
Within Greater Sydney and outside of Greater Sydney, a maximum of 5,000 people can attend an ANZAC Day March or service and must not exceed one person per 2 square metres of space. The nominated organiser of an outdoor ANZAC Day march or service must develop and comply with a COVID-19 Safety Plan required for outdoor protests. Each person participating in an outdoor ANZAC Day March or service must provide their name, telephone number of email address to the nominated organiser and take reasonably practicable steps to comply with the COVID-19 Safety Plan developed by the nominated organiser.
Australians can commemorate and show their support by staying local and participating in the national ‘Light up the Dawn’ service at dawn. The RSL encourages you to rally your neighbours to participate and share your service on your social media platforms.