The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Best Weekend - - FRONT PAGE -

Navy per­son­nel cel­e­brate An­zac Day — this year marks 102 years since Aus­tralian and New Zealand troops landed at Gal­lipoli. Pic­ture: Hol­lie Adams Oz Silent Film is host­ing a rare screen­ing of Charles Chau­vel’s 1940 war film Forty Thou­sand Horse­men, which plays out the ex­pe­ri­ences of the Aus­tralian Light Horse in Pales­tine in WWI. It’s at the Met­calfe Au­di­to­rium at the State Li­brary at 2pm, An­zac Day. Tick­ets $15-$20, book­ings rec­om­mended. Forty Thou­sand Horse­men ozsi­lent­film­fes­ti­ Re­fresh be­tween the dawn cer­e­mony and the march at the Aus­tralian Her­itage Ho­tel in The Rocks with a bar­be­cue break­fast from 6am. Stick around for a per­for­mance from the Scots March­ing Band on Cum­ber­land St, be­fore the ho­tel hosts one of Syd­ney’s big­gest two-up are­nas from noon. The Aus­tralia Her­itage Ho­tel, aus­tralian­her­itage­ho­ Rise early and pay your re­spects to the fallen at the dawn ser­vice at the Ceno­taph, Martin Place from 4.15am. The ser­vice in­cludes a catafalque con­tin­gent, the Last Post bu­gle call, as well as a Reveille, an Ode of Re­mem­brance and wreath-lay­ing. An­zac Day Dawn Ser­vice, com­mem­o­ra­tion/an­zac The En­ter­tain­ment Quar­ter Moore Park hosts a pop-up fun park these hol­i­days, with car­ni­val rides such as dodgem cars, gi­ant yoyo, swing chairs, plus show­bags and more. It’s on un­til April 29, 10am-4pm, en­try is free. Pop Up Fun Park, syd­ney­pop­up­fun­

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