To commemorate Anzac Day, an 18-pounder artillery is all set to be a part of the big day in Goulburn this year.
"The 18-pounder field gun, hauled by six-horse team, will be a part of Anzac Day," said Malcolm Ritchie, Goulburn RSL Sub Branch Secretary.
Anzac Day commemorations in Goulburn will start with the traditional Dawn Service at 5:30am at the Honour Roll in Belmore Park.
It will be concluded with a short service at the War Graves section of the general cemetary.
The Anzac Day march will form up in southern Auburn Street (in front of Ian's Autos and Army Depot) from 10.30am to start at 11am and will proceed north towards Market Street into Belmore Park where the main service will be held at about 11.45am.
There will be no evening service held this year.
The breakfast for for those attending Dawn and War Graves services will be served at Goulburn Soldiers Club on Market Street at 6am.
An Anzac Day luncheon will be held in the Chisholm and Belmore rooms of the Goulburn Soldiers Club from 12.30pm.
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