The first ANZAC Day Parade took place in Brisbane on the 25 April 1916. While we remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for freedom during the Dawn Services and other services of Remembrance, the ANZAC Day Parade is an opportunity to celebrate and recognise all those that have served and still continue to serve our country.

The parade will be held on Adelaide Street, between George Street and Creek Street. From the Governor of Queensland’s address at King George Square at 9:45am to the last marching participants at 12:25pm, it will feature former and current ADF veterans and other support organisations that contribute to the Parade that make it the commemoration worthy of its heritage.

Any veteran that can no longer march is invited to take advantage of the jeeps driven by the owner members of the Military Jeep Club of Queensland or the golf buggies. Vehicles are inserted behind the relevant Ex-Service organisations listed on the Order of March to remain close to their peers.

Parade Interactive Map

In 2025 the event may still face restrictions to comply with the Event Planning requirements, however it will be conducted on the traditional route (see maps) unless otherwise notified. Those veterans and citizens unable to attend are invited to watch the event on ABC TV and be assured that the Parade participation and spectator opportunities are reviewed as we approach the event.


Anyone wishing to volunteer to deliver the Parade or otherwise assist in the ongoing event organisation can submit an expression of interest at the link below.

2025 Applications close 31st March 2025. You can now apply to volunteer for the 2025 Parade:



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