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Forecasters predict a largely dry Anzac Day in the Northern Rivers with a less than 40 per cent chance of 1-5mm rain. People aiming to attend a dawn service might need to rug up a little. Temperatures are expected to drop to as low as 15°C overnight, with daily maximum reaching around 23°C.

Anzac marches and dawn services in the region are as follows:


Dawn Service: Brown St Car park Form up at the Old Post Office corner Molesworth Street at 4.50am ready to march off at 5am.

Main March: Form up Clyde Campbell Car Park at 8.30am ready to march off at 9am. Commemorative Service and wreath-laying will follow at the Lismore Cenotaph.

Byron Bay

Dawn Service: Departs 4.45am, Memorial Gates, Marvell Street.

Main March: Departs 10.30am, Beach Hotel, Jonson Street.


Dawn Service: Fall in at 5.25am for 5.30am start, RSL Memorial, Grant Street.

Main March: Assemble in River Street, from Woolworths to the Court House at 10.15am. March departs for RSL Memorial 10.30am.

Tweed Heads

Dawn Service: Assemble at Chris Cunningham Park in Wharf Street, at 5.45am for march off at 5.55am.

Main Service: Goodwin Park, Coolangatta from 10am. Children’s parade will march off at 10.25am from Chalk Street, with the main parade at 10.30am. It will be followed by a service at the war memorial in Chris Cunningham Park at 11am.

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