Remembrance Day has a special significance in 2018.

Sunday, 11 November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War (1914–18).

Remembrance Day National Ceremony

The Remembrance Day National Ceremony includes a formal wreathlaying, and Australia’s Federation Guard and the Band of the Royal Military College, Duntroon will be on parade.

Reserve your ticket 

Free tickets for the Remembrance Day National Ceremony will be available to book online from 17 September 2018 via the TryBooking event page

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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 2018 will be the 25th anniversary of its first recitation by then Prime Minister the Honourable Paul Keating.

Dignitaries lay wreaths at the Stone of Remembrance, Remembrance Day 2014

Gallery Photographs from 11 November 1918

An unidentified cinematographer capturing the last shots to be fired before the armistice on 11 November 1918. Note the line of bare trees under which the guns are placed.

Sydney, NSW. 1918-11-11. Crowd in Martin Place celebrating the news of the signing of the armistice. This date was celebrated in later years as Remembrance Day

Cambrai, France. 11 November 1918. Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, centre front, with British Army commanders on Armistice Day. (Donor Imperial War Museum Q9690)

Adelaide, South Australia. 1918-11. A huge crowd at Parliament House for the Declaration of the Signing of the Armistice. (Donor W.S. Smith)

Remembrance Day 2017

Watch the video of the 2017 Remembrance Day ceremony below.