Mark Anzac Day by attending a service or commemoration across the City of Ipswich or stand united in spirit on your driveway to ‘Light Up the Dawn’.

Ipswich City Council is proud to partner with the Ipswich RSL Sub-Branch to host the Anzac Day Main March on Monday, 25 April 2022.

Register to March

Registrations for the 2022 Anzac Day March have now closed. Late requests will be considered by the Ipswich RSL Sub Branch on 07 3281 4159.

Assembly and Step-off Point

Corner of Waghorn and Brisbane streets

Order of March

  • QPS Motorcycle Escort
  • Defence Vehicles
  • Veterans, Jeeps, RSL Bus
  • City of Ipswich Pipe Band
  • Flag Party
  • RSL Executives
  • Ex-Service men and women and Civilians
  • Young Veterans
  • ‘A’ Company 15th Battalion
  • 2/25th Infantry Battalion Re-enacted
  • Other Defence Associations
  • RAAFSFS (RAAF Security and Fire School) with 4 guard dogs
  • The Bundamba Citadel Band – The Salvation Army
  • Air Force, Army and Navy Cadets
  • SES/QFES and Vehicles
  • Blackstone Girl Guides and Amberley Girl Guides
  • Ipswich Grammar School
  • Ipswich Girls’ Grammar including Ipswich Junior Grammar School
  • Ipswich Central State School
  • Ipswich West State School
  • Churchill State School
  • Bethany Lutheran Primary School
  • Tivoli State School
  • West Moreton Anglican College
  • Ipswich State High School
  • St Edmund’s College
  • Bellbird Park State Secondary College
  • St Mary’s College
  • Redbank Plains State High School Marching Band
  • Army 26 TPT SQN, 2 x camels

Parade Marshal

The Parade Marshal for the Anzac Day Main March is Paul Ninnes from the Ipswich RSL Sub-Branch.

Please contact Owen Smith on 0425 376 550 from the Ipswich RSL Sub-Branch for any enquiries.

Incapacitated Veterans

Please arrive at Ipswich RSL Sub-Branch by 10.00 am where you will be allocated a vehicle/bus.

The Wearing of Medals and Decorations

Traditionally War medals may only be worn on the left breast by the persons upon whom they were conferred.

It is customary for family members who are marching in memory of a deceased family member to wear their forebears medals on the right breast, this indicates that they are not their own.

General Information

At all times the public must comply with any restrictions and directions issued by the Federal or State Government in relation to COVID-19. If you are unwell or showing flu or cold-like symptoms, please stay at home.

The temperature forecast for Anzac Day is generally around 25°. It is therefore recommended that patrons apply sunscreen, wear a hat and shirt with collar and bring a bottle of water.

Consent Policy

By completing and submitting the registration form, it is acknowledged that you have given us your consent to manage your personal information in the manner described in Ipswich City Council’s full Privacy Statement, Personal Information Digest and this condensed Privacy Statement.

Ipswich City Council, and its contractors or agents, are taking photographs, sound recordings and video recordings at this event (“the Media”). The Media may include images or recordings of you, along with your name (“Personal Information”).

Council is collecting the Personal Information for marketing and promotional purposes, and as detailed in Council’s Privacy Statement and Personal Information Digest

Should have any further questions regarding this event please call 3810 6666.

Ipswich Anzac Day Services and Marches

Monday 25 April 2022

8.00 am – Honour Stone, Cameron Park, Green Street, preceded by a march at 7:50 am at cnr Green Street and Glebe Road.

4.27 am – Ipswich Adventist School, 56 Hunter Street.

4.25 am – Honour Stone, Bundamba, Memorial Park, Brisbane Road preceded by a march at 4.15 am from cnr Brisbane Road and Coal Street.
9.15 am – Honour Stone, Bundamba Memorial Park, Brisbane Road preceded by a march at 9.00 am from cnr Brisbane Road and Coal Street.

8.30 am – Honour Stone, cnr Brisbane Road and Jordan Street.

4.15 am – Honour Stone, cnr Queen and Church streets.
8.30 am – Honour Stone, cnr Queen and Church streets preceded by a march at 8.15 am from cnr Queen and Alice streets.

6.00 am – Bigges Camp Park, Gordon Road.

6.30 am – Naval Cairn, Queen Victoria Parade.

10.45 am – From cnr Brisbane and Waghorn streets.

4.27 am – Honour Stone, cnr Limestone and Nicholas streets.
8.30 am – Honour Stone, cnr Limestone and Nicholas streets preceded by a march at 8.20 am from South Street.

7.30 am – Marburg Heritage Centre, cnr Queen and Edmond streets, preceded by a march from Church of Christ at 7.20 am.

7.30 am – Honour Stone, Ipswich Railway Workshops preceded by a march at 7.15am inside the Ipswich Railway Workshops. Gates open at 6.45 am.

9.30 am – West Ipswich One Mile War Memorial, Old Toowoomba Road.

9.00 am – Cricket Pitch Park, cnr Russells and Pine Mountain roads.

11.00 am – Redbank Memorial Reserve, Bridge Street.

4.27 am – Cenotaph Moreton Avenue.
9.30 am – Cenotaph Moreton Avenue, preceded by a march at 9.20am from SES Compound on Willow Road.

4.28 am – Rosewood Memorial Hall, ANZAC Park, Mill Street, preceded by a march at 4.15 am from the Rising Sun Hotel, 27 School Street.
9.30 am – Rosewood Memorial Hall, ANZAC Park, Mill Street, preceded by a march at 9.00 am at Cobb and Co Heritage Park, John Street.

5.00 am - Ripley Valley State Secondary College, Parkway Avenue.

5.30 am – ADF Memorial, The Circle, Robelle Domain, 155 Southern Cross Circuit.

6.30 am – St Mary’s College field next to Woodend Honour Stone, Roseberry Parade.

Road Closures

More information will be made available in April 2022

Stay Alert and Safe this Anzac Day

Queenslanders enjoy the freedoms associated with living in a peaceful and democratic society. Unfortunately, the threat of terrorism is a real and enduring one which has the potential to undermine the safety and stability of our community. Please report any suspicious activity or behaviour by phoning Police Link on 131 444 or in a life threatening situation phone 000.

Further Information

Ipswich City Council
Phone (07) 3810 6135

Ipswich RSL Sub Branch
Phone (07) 3281 4159