Remembrance Day – A Centenary of Armistice
Pause and Remember
The tradition of stopping at 11am started on the very first anniversary of Armistice Day in 1919 and has continued for 100 years.
On November 11, at 11am, wherever you are: we ask you to observe one minute’s silence.
Join us to reflect on those who died or suffered in the Great War, and all wars and armed conflicts since. Local events are crucial to sustaining remembrance.
We invite you to be part of the NSW Remembrance Day Service on Sunday November 11.
Please remember that, to mark the Centenary of Armistice and the completion of the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project, the service will be held at the extended Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park, and not in Martin Place as in previous years.
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