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ANZAC Day is a day of remembrance that commemorates the landing of the ANZACs at Gallipoli during World War I on April 25, 1915. The day is observed through various ceremonies, parades, and services across Australia and New Zealand. The day usually starts with a dawn service, reflecting the time of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli. This solemn and reflective service often involves the playing of the Last Post, a minute of silence, and the laying of wreaths to pay tribute to the fallen.

Throughout the day, there are also marches, veterans’ reunions, and cultural events that honour all those who have served in the armed forces.