- Last updated:
- 20 Feb 2019
ANZAC Day is a day of solemn remembrance for all Australian and New Zealand men and women who have fought and died in all wars.
Each year, commemorative services are held state-wide on 25 April.
Dawn Service and commemorative events are held at many locations and RSL branches.
The Ode comes from For the Fallen, a poem by the English poet and writer Laurence Binyon and was published in London in The Winnowing Fan: Poems of the Great War in 1914.
This verse, which became the Ode for the Returned and Services League, has been used in association with commemoration services in Australia since 1921.
Information sourced from Sunshine Coast Council, RSL (Qld branch), and Sunshine Coast and Regional District RSL. Information correct at time of publishing.
Bunya pine, north-side of Alexandra Headland Surf Life Saving Club, Alexandra Parade
Jacaranda tree in front of Old Post Office, near the Burnett Street roundabout
Norfolk pine, The Esplanade, Bulcock Beach
Boyle Park, Maleny-Kenilworth Road (next to pool)
David Low Way (west side), near Park Street
Cotton Tree Park (west of swimming pool), Cotton Tree Esplanade
silky oak, Rosebed Street, opposite General Store
Rotary Park, Reed Street and Bruce Parade
swamp gum in Town Park, Elizabeth and Charles streets
Flaxton Drive and Obi Obi Road, opposite Memorial Park
Norfolk Pine at Felix Parry Park, Marcoola Esplanade
fig tree at Village Green, Main Street (south of Memorial Close)
Norfolk pine, Brisbane Road roundabout along the Esplanade
Town Square, corner Lowe and Queen streets
poinciana tree, 27 Blackall Street (opposite SPAR)
Crummunda Park, Coongarra Esplanade
Jacaranda tree, War Memorial Park, Stevens and Railway streets