Commemorate wherever you are – at home, school or work.
Remembrance Day National Ceremony
Traditionally on Remembrance Day the Australian War Memorial hosts the nation’s key commemoration. The ceremony includes a formal wreath laying and the observance of a minutes silence at 11am. The ceremony includes the participation and support of Australia’s Federation Guard and the Band of the Royal Military College, Duntroon.
This year’s ceremony will be attended by a limited number of guests and members of the public. In line with the ACT Government’s COVID-19 guidelines, 500 ticketed attendees will be permitted to ensure the health and safety of visitors and staff. Available free tickets may be booked by members of the public from 10am AEDT on Friday, 29 October 2021 and will be required for entry.
Tickets are free but must be booked in advance. A limited number of tickets will be made available to members of the public to book on this webpage from 10am AEDT on Friday, 29 October 2021.
Visitors are encouraged stay up to date with the latest ACT Government COVID-19 advice before attending the ceremony www.covid19.act.gov.au
For further enquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 6206 9813
Watch the National Ceremony
The Remembrance Day National Ceremony will be broadcast live from the Australian War Memorial on the ABC from 10:45am AEDT and streamed live on the Memorial’s Facebook page.
The ceremony will be available for streaming at any time on ABC iView.
Last Post Ceremony
Each day the story of one of the fallen servicemen or women listed on the Roll of Honour is told at the Last Post Ceremony.
Traditionally on the 11th of November, the eulogy for the Unknown Australian Soldier is read. Remembrance Day 2021 will be the 28th anniversary since it was first delivered by then Prime Minister the Honourable Paul Keating.