Last Post Ceremony
Honouring The Past Heroes
Starting at roughly 4.45 pm AEST, the Memorial goodbyes guests with its moving Last Post Ceremony in the Commemorative Courtyard. Every night the function shares the story behind one of the names on the Roll of Honor.
Knowing About The Ceremony
The function starts with the Australian public hymn followed by the flautist’s mourn. Guests are welcome to lay wreaths and flower accolades close to the Pool of Reflection. A person’s story is told, and the Ode is presented by Australian Defense Force faculty. The function closes with the sounding of the Last Post. From February to November the Last Post Ceremony incorporates Australia’s Federation Guard (on the first and third Wednesday of every month).
The Last Post Ceremony is an undeniably well known public occasion. We suggest unexpected appearance as the Memorial can’t save spaces for gatherings
Going to the Last Post Ceremony
You should have a pass to go to the Last Post Ceremony. Section is, however, free. We urge you to get a ticket ahead of time. Tickets might be made accessible at the Memorial section, subject to limitations.
Frequently Asked Questions About The Last Post Ceremony
In the event that you have a relative on the Roll of Honor you can demand for their story to be told at the Last Post Ceremony. To make a solicitation, you first need to peruse these rules which will assist you with understanding the cycle.
Allude to the Last Post Ceremony schedule, which records the name of the individual being recognized every day.
To stick to COVID-safe practice and securely oblige families and veterans, school participation at the Memorial’s Last Post Ceremony has been decreased. For school appointments that incorporate the Last Post Ceremony, participation is as of now restricted to two members just, who will lay a wreath for their school. Accessibility is obvious when booking on the web for school visits.
Indeed. Kindly make yourself known to staff at the Front Desk no later than 4 pm on the day. Dedicatory cards on wreaths and flower accolades will be recorded and filed by the Memorial, and kept in interminability.