ANZAC Day in pictures - Bribie, Beachmere and Caboolture

ANZAC Day in pictures - Bribie, Beachmere and Caboolture

Hundreds turned out before dawn at Bribie Island yesterday to pay their respects to the ANZACs, with the service starting at 4.28am - the time the first soldiers went ashore at Gallipoli in 1915.

Here are more pictures in a special gallery from the Bribie Dawn Service by Dominika Lis. 

Click here to see more pictures from Bribie and around the region in yesterday's coverage.

Bribie gallery - click through

Beachmere remembered yesterday, in the rain, with hundreds of people joining the ANZAC Day morning parade and service at the Remembrance Memorial for a moving commemoration on the 106th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.  

Here are more pictures from Dominika Lis. 

Click here to see more pictures from Beachmere and around the region in yesterday's coverage.

Beachmere gallery - click through

The rain did nothing to dampen ANZAC Day in Caboolture which saw the return of the morning parade before the Main Service. Thousands lined the streets, marched and took part in the service. 

Here are two huge galleries of pictures from Dominika Lis. 

Click here to see more pictures from Caboolture and around the region in yesterday's coverage.

Caboolture gallery 1 - click through

Caboolture gallery 2 - click through

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