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Words from the Centenary Burleigh ANZAC Service

April 25, 2015

4.28 am is the time the first ANZACS were jumping out of the boats 100 years ago. The Dawn Service has nothing to do with the rising of the sun but the dawning of the ANZAC legend.

4.28 am is the time the first ANZACS were jumping out of the boats 100 years ago. The Dawn Service has nothing to do with the rising of the sun but the dawning of the ANZAC legend.


ANZAC Day is not about victory but courage under fire and service without counting the costs. May our lives reflect something of their courage.

ANZAC Day is not about victory but courage under fire and service without counting the costs. May our lives reflect something of their courage.

As the crowd joined in the Lords Prayer the lorikeets in the pines began their dawn screeching.

As the crowd joined in the Lords Prayer the lorikeets in the pines began their dawn screeching.

100 years later we are still moved by their bravery and ability to see beyond the tragedy of war to the good they might achieve. The first steps on the shore of a distant land meant their death. We review their sacrifice and it's true cause.

100 years later we are still moved by their bravery and ability to see beyond the tragedy of war to the good they might achieve. The first steps on the shore of a distant land meant their death. We review their sacrifice and it’s true cause.

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