The Braidwood community turned up in big numbers on the main street for the Anzac Day march on Sunday.
Locals gathered on Wallace Street from where the march started at 10:30am.
Students, ex-servicemen and their family members lined up on the street to either participate or show their support to the ones who were part of the Anzac Day march.
This year marks the 106th anniversary of the landings at Gallipoli.
A Dawn Service was held at 6am at the memorial flag pole at Ryrie Park which was followed by Gunfire Breakfast at the Services Club.
Last year, Australians marked Anzac Day without marches due to the pandemic.
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