Australian service men and women, their families and the Mandurah community flooded the city centre on Wednesday morning, to commemorate Anzac Day.
The parade – led by Mandurah’s Returned and Services League – formed near Pinjarra Road and Leslie Street at 9.30am, before marching over the Mandurah Bridge and towards the war memorial from 10.30am.
The march was joined by veterans of World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and later conflicts and peace missions, along with fire and emergency service workers, SES volunteers, cadets, school children and well-wishers honouring the Anzac spirit.
This was the first year the annual march, walked over the new bridge since its completion.
The Anzac Day memorial service was then held from 11am, at the Mandurah War Memorial.