ANZAC Day at City of Swan

This year has held vast and unprecedented change and ANZAC Day tributes were no exception, with all services called off for the first time since the First World War and Australians asked to pay our respects at home.

The City of Swan Community found creative ways to pay tribute. Thank you to everyone who shared their ideas on social media – from poppies painted onto rubbish bins, to detailed windows and house displays.

City of Swan Councillors joined their community in paying tribute to the veterans who sacrificed their lives for our country, and standing together in spirit.

Mayor Kevin Bailey joining the ANZAC Day Driveway Dawn Service.

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Mayor Bailey and Councillors Cate McCullough and Patty Jones laying the wreath at Bullsbrook RSL.

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Deputy Mayor David Lucas lighting the fire to honour the sacrifice of the ANZACS, and reflecting at home with family.

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Swan Valley – Gidgegannup Ward Councillor Rod Henderson lighting a candle and joining the ANZAC Day Driveway Dawn Service, and laying the wreath at Gidgegannup Primary School.

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Whiteman Ward Councillors Mel Congerton, John McNamara and Bryce Parry laying the wreath at Ballajura Memorial Peace Park.

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