This year's Anzac Day weekend was slated to be a relatively normal one, with services and marches planned across the country.
But residents of Perth and Peel, once again, were not able to attend.
On Saturday, we awoke to a raft of new COVID-19 restrictions as a three-day snap lockdown began.
Premier Mark McGowan announced the lockdown on Friday, saying it was necessary after a coronavirus outbreak in hotel quarantine led to people spending several days in the community while infectious.
Instead, residents united at the end of their driveways to pause and pay respects to the Anzacs who fought for their countries at touching dawn services.
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Across the Peel region, local residents held personal services of their own and made poppies to display in their front yards.
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