Australia's response to the pandemic has been compared many times to wartime, so this year, more than ever, it's important for us to stay united and show that our spirit stays strong.
We can't physically be together this Anzac Day, but we can share our stories of remembrance to help bring us a little closer on this most important of national days.
Check out who Peel residents are standing for this year.
I'm standing for my grandfather and father who both served in WWII.
I'm standing for my family. My son, was a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq and my father who was a Japanese POW. My uncle was also a WWII POW but didn't make it. Dad's three brothers fought in Europe and both of my grandfathers are WWI survivors. My distant cousin Ralph Marley Potts RAAF in WWII who was unfortunately killed in August 1945 by a bus.
My great grandfather served in the war and my father was in the Navy during WWII. My nephews served in the Falklands and the Gulf wars. I stand to honour them and all the fallen who served for us to have the lives we have now. I will be lighting this candle plaque I have made and planting poppies to show my respect at 6am on Saturday in Wannanup.
My grandfather who served in WWI and WWII and was a Gallipoli veteran and my father who served in WWII. So proud of them both.
I will be standing for my beautiful grandmother who served as a nurse.
My maternal great grandfather served in both WWI and WWII. He was one of the youngest recruits at 16 years and 9 months old. He lied about his age to enlist for WWI. He was in the 10th Light Horse in WWI. My maternal grandfather served in the National Service in the mid 50's with the RAAF at Pearce Airbase. Several of her brothers served in WWII, and her eldest brother was in the airforce.
I'm standing for my grandfather, Ken Pitchford.
My mother, father and uncle were all RAAF. My grandfather served in WWII and returned but is now gone and my great uncle was killed in action in WWI, Belgium. My cousin also served in Vietnam.
I'm standing for my grandfather.
Two grandfathers one from WWI and the other from WWII, numerous uncles and great uncles who have served and all the other Anzacs who have served and died protecting their mates and our nation.
Linda Joy Back
I'm standing for my paternal grandfather who served in WWII Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby as a motor transport driver.