Anzac Day in Hume

ANZAC Day commemorates the service and sacrifice of all Australians who have served in war or on peacekeeping operations throughout the world.

It is a day on which we reflect on the bravery and sacrifice of Australians who have put their life on the line and unfortunately sometimes made the ultimate sacrifice in order to protect our freedom, our way of life and our very lives. We also reflect on the losses of those left behind. It is perhaps the most important national day in Australia. 

The Anzac Centenary 2014 - 2018 commemorates our nation’s involvement in the First World War and more than a century of service by Australian servicemen and women. Hume City Council established the Anzac Centenary Community Committee to provide consideration and recommend activities to encourage awareness and participation from the whole of the community.

Memorial sites

Visit one of our memorial sites to commemorate the Anzac Day:

  • Mickleham Road Avenue of Honour
  • Broadmeadows Town Park War Memorial
  • Sunbury RSL Memorial
  • Ardlie Street Memorial in Westmeadows
  • Craigieburn Memorial
  • Bulla War Memorial

Corporal Cameron Baird VC MG Scholarship

We've established a scholarship in honour of Corporal Cameron Baird VC MG. Baird was an Australian soldier who grew up in Gladstone Park and posthumous recipient of the Victoria Cross (VC). He was the 100th Australian recipient of the award.

Find out more about the Council scholarship and it's winners on the Corporal Cameron Baird VC MG Memorial Awards web page.


Updated : 10:25 AM, 26 April 2017

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