Many people gathered at the base of the Rocky Hill War Memorial Tower on Saturday, November 11 to remember the soldiers who died fighting to protect the nation in the First World War.
Armistice was called 105 years ago, marking the end of WWI and Goulburn RSL sub branch president Mal Ritchie said Remembrance Day falling on a Saturday was fitting.
"It's interesting to note that the day falls on a Saturday this year as it was the day WWI ended," he said.
Also speaking at the service was Trinity Catholic College student Trinity Calder who spoke about what the day was, what it meant to her and her family's connection to the war.
While people were waiting for the start of proceedings, they caught sight of an F-35A Lightning II fighter jet flyover which was conducted by the Royal Australian Air Force.
The jet was the Australian Defence Force's first fifth-generation air combat capability.
It was a highly advanced multi-role, supersonic, stealth fighter which will met Australia's requirements to defeat current and emerging threats.
Among those in attendance were Goulburn Mulwaree Council mayor Peter Walker, member for Goulburn Wendy Tuckerman and member for Hume Angus Taylor who all laid wreaths inside the tower.
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