Since before many of us can remember, Australians have gathered on Anzac Day to pause and remember those who fought for our country on battlefields over the last century.
But 2020 was very different.
With national rituals of services and marches cancelled across the country due to the coronavirus crisis, the streets were mostly empty on April 25.
Instead, Australians united at the end of their driveways at 6am to pause and pay respects to the Anzacs who fought for their countries at touching dawn services with a difference.
Across the Peel region, local residents held personal services and 'minutes of silence' of their own and made poppies to display in their front yards.
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And we could expect parts of it to become an inclusion on the nation's calendar.
For instance, the RSL national president Greg Melick is hopeful that some facets of this year's commemoration's might continue in the future alongside traditional services, ceremonies and marches.
Officials believe the grassroots movement to mark this year's coronavirus-hit Anzac Day has probably inspired more Australians than usual to pay their respects to past and present servicemen and women.
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