Australasian Soldiers Dardanelles Cenotaph Commemorative Service
Sunday 09 September, 2018
10.30am - 11.15am
Lundie Gardens (Opposite Vinrace Street)
South Terrace, Adelaide
The Dardanelles Cenotaph is the first significant memorial to those who lost their lives during the Gallipoli campaign.
The cenotaph was unveiled by then Governor-General, Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson on 7 September 1915, while troops were still fighting on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
The service is open to the public.
DATE: Sunday 9 September 2018
VENUE: Dardanelles Cenotaph, Lundie Gardens, South Terrace, Adelaide (opposite Vinrace Street)
TIMINGS: Service commences at 10.30am and concludes at 11.15am
TRIBUTES: Wreaths and tributes may be placed and poppies will be available.
SEATING: Undercover seating will be provided.
MEDALS: Awarded medals may be worn.
RSVPs are not required. We hope you are able to join us to help mark the 103rd Anniversary of the Australasian Soldiers Dardanelles Cenotaph