ANZAC Day at Dee Why RSL

ANZAC Day Dawn Service

Ted Jackson Reserve Dee Why Beach
Saturday 25 April 2020
Arrive 5.15am | Start 5.30am

Staying true to its grassroots and values, Dee Why RSL continues to proudly organise the ANZAC Day Dawn Service at Ted Jackson Reserve.

The annual commemoration not only pays respects to the original ANZACs but all men and women who served in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping missions, while exploring the personal stories of service personnel in past and modern conflict.

The Annual Dee Why Dawn Service is proudly organised by Dee Why RSL Club and supported by Northern Beaches Council.

Bacon, sausage, egg and tomato fry up

Back at the RSL
$6 Breakfast | from 6:30am

All members and guests are invited back to the RSL to enjoy a hot breakfast for only $6.

Breakfast includes:

  • Scrambled and fried eggs
  • Smoky rashers of bacon
  • Breakfast chipolata sausages
  • Grilled vine ripened tomatoes
  • Sautéed button mushrooms
  • Baked beans
  • Toast, conserves and butter
  • Stewed fruits

Proceeds from breakfast go to support local veterans.

ANZAC hat and badges resting on dark purple cloth

Back at the RSL
Two-Up | from 12.00

Don’t miss your one opportunity in the year to enjoy Two-Up with your mates.

Proceeds from Two-Up go to support local veterans.

Four people with glasses on smiling into camera outside

Back at the RSL
Live Music and BBQ | from 2.00pm

Head down to the Peace Garden from 2.00pm to enjoy talented local artists perform live, as well as a traditional sausage sizzle for a gold coin donation.

Proceeds from sausage sizzle go to Rotary.