April 25 is the dedicated date for Australians and New Zealanders, at home and overseas, to commemorate ANZAC Day. It is a day of national and international significance that gives people of all ages the opportunity to pause and reflect on the service and sacrifice made by those who have served and continue to serve, to defend our nation.
After two years of cancelled ANZAC Day events in the City of Perth, there is a strong appetite from the community to acknowledge the sacrifice and service of our ex-service men and women and current defence service personnel.
ANZAC Day 2023 March
If you are part of the RSL United and Kindred Group or have marched before you need to please register to participate in the 2023 proceedings. Please fill in this form.
Further information on ANZAC Day 2023 will be provided in due course.
Vintage Vehicles in Parade
Elderly Veterans and those with reduced mobility can participate in an open-air vintage car experience to participate in the Parade.
For those who are unable to march, RSLWA offers a driver collection service. A driver will pick you up from your home and drive you to the Parade Form-up area, through the Parade route and then back home after the Parade. Please note, people applying for this free service must stay for the Commemorative Service which finishes at noon.
Motorcycles in the Parade
Members of Military Motorcycle Clubs conclude the Perth ANZAC Day Parade. The contingent of motorcycles includes members of WA Military Motorcycle clubs and other ex-serving members.
St Johns Community Transport Service
For those veterans and carers who are unable to drive or get public transport to the CBD Parade. This is available to the elderly, people with moderate disabilities and their carers, who are able to aid themselves in and out of a normal sedan vehicle.