Crowd honours fallen soldiers in Bunbury

South Western Times

A Strong crowd braved the heat to pay respect to Australia’s fallen soldiers at the Remembrance Day commemoration this morning.

Veterans pay their respect during the Australian National Anthem.
Camera IconVeterans pay their respect during the Australian National Anthem. Credit: Emily Ace

The service held at the Bunbury Anzac memorial recognised the 99th anniversary of the guns falling silent on the Western Front at 11am on November 11, 1918.

The Bunbury City Band performs at the Remembrance Day commemoration.
Camera IconThe Bunbury City Band performs at the Remembrance Day commemoration. Credit: Emily Ace

A march towards the memorial starting the proceedings, which was followed by the laying of wreaths, the reciting of The Ode, the last post and a minute silence at 11am.

The parade stands as one in recognising the sacrifices made by Australian soldiers.
Camera IconThe parade stands as one in recognising the sacrifices made by Australian soldiers. Credit: Emily Ace

Lest we forget.

Wreaths are laid at the Bunbury Anzac Memorial.
Camera IconWreaths are laid at the Bunbury Anzac Memorial. Credit: Emily Ace
South West MLC Adele Farina lays a wreath on the Bunbury Anzac Memorial.
Camera IconSouth West MLC Adele Farina lays a wreath on the Bunbury Anzac Memorial. Credit: Emily Ace
Forrest MHR Nola Marino lays a wreath on the Bunbury Anzac Memorial.
Camera IconForrest MHR Nola Marino lays a wreath on the Bunbury Anzac Memorial. Credit: Emily Ace

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