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21 April 2021
Still time to register for Fremantle Dawn Service

There is still time for people to register to attend this year's Anzac Day Dawn Service at Monument Hill in Fremantle.

Due to Health Department COVID safety requirements the number of people allowed to attend the service has been capped at 6000 and people are required to register in advance.

To register click here.

When arriving at the service people will also be required to scan in using the SafeWA app or check in manually with one of the City’s COVID safety marshals.

The service will also be live streamed for the first time. To watch the live stream, visit the City of Fremantle website or Facebook page.

The Fremantle Anzac Day Dawn Service will be held at Monument Hill on Sunday 25 April starting at 5.50am.

It will be followed by the North Fremantle service at 9am at the Fallen Soldiers Memorial on the corner of Queen Victoria Street and Harvest Road.

The Anzac Day march will start from Pioneer Park opposite Fremantle Station at 10.15am and follow a shortened route along the Cappuccino Strip to Fremantle Oval.

Due to COVID-19 safety measures there will be no opening ceremony before the march or closing ceremony afterwards, but spectators are welcome to watch the march along the parade route.

For more information on Fremantle’s Anzac Day commemorations visit the Anzac Day page on the City of Fremantle website.