Veterans will be able to take part in a full march in Canberra on Anzac Day for the first time in three years.
The Australian War Memorial announced on Monday the 107th anniversary of the landings at Gallipoli will be commemorated with a full veterans' march.
It marks the first return of the march since 2019 after COVID restrictions on numbers stopped the ACT RSL branch from holding a full march.
All veterans in the ACT and surrounding districts are invited join the marching contingent, ACT RSL president John King says.
Memorial director Matt Anderson says the march is a chance to reflect on the sacrifices of people who have served in the defence forces.
"We owe an enormous debt to all who have served our nation, and those who have given their lives in defence of Australia," he said.
"The march provides a moment to pause and reflect on how our defence force personnel have upheld the values and the legacy created on April 25, 1915."
The program for the day will include the dawn service at 5.30am followed by the 9.30am veterans' march and a 4.45pm last post ceremony.
Australian Associated Press