Anzac Day in Maitland
On Anzac Day, our community comes together for one of Australia’s most important commemorations.
It is a time to reflect not just on the Gallipoli legend but the entire First World War and the century of service and sacrifice that has flowed from it. In the face of their trials, the perseverance, selflessness, courage and compassion of our troops came to define our national identity.
I would encourage you to attend one of the local ceremonies that will be held across Maitland on Monday.
5:10am – Assemble at William Street, East Maitland
5:20am – March to the East Maitland Cenotaph
5:30am –Service at the East Maitland Cenotaph
11:10am – Assemble at the East Maitland RSL Hall, Newcastle Road, East Maitland
11:15am – March to the East Maitland Cenotaph
11:30am – Service at the East Maitland Cenotaph
11:00am – Service at Lochinvar Community Hall, New England Highway, Lochinvar
5:30am – Service at Maitland Park, Park Street, Maitland
10:15am – Assemble opposite the fire station, Church Street, Maitland
10:30am – March to the Maitland Park Cenotaph
11:00am – Service at the Maitland Park Cenotaph
10:45am – Assemble opposite Campbell’s Store, corner of Tank and Swan Streets
11:00am – March down Swan Street to the Cenotaph at the front of Morpeth Museum
11:15am – Service at the Morpeth Cenotaph
To learn more about the Anzacs click here.