Anzac Day Ceremony on April 25 from 6-9am at the Nedlands War Memorial, corner Waratah Ave and Birdwood Parade, Dalkeith. Join the Nedlands RSL and Nedlands Council at the Nedlands War Memorial to commemorate 100 years since the start of World War I. 6am-7.15 am: Live telecast of the Kings Park Dawn Service. 7.15 am-8.15am: Free breakfast. 8.15am- 9.00am: Ceremony, with time to lay a wreath.
Presbyterian Ladies' College archivist Shannon Lovelady established the Gallipoli Dead project to determine how many West Australians died at Gallipoli and she will talk about the work from 10.30-11.30am on April 22 at the Nedlands Library.
The Town of Mosman Park will host a Gunfire Breakfast at Alf Adams Pavilion, Mann Oval, Solomon Street from 7.30am. From 10am, there will be a service at Memorial Park, Bay View Terrace (opposite the council building).
Cottesloe RSL will host a centenary ceremony with assembly from 6.45am opposite Loma Street gate, Cottesloe Civic Centre, for a 7am march to the main lawn and an hour-long service. Public and community groups can lay wreaths. There will be free light refreshments afterwards.
There will be an Anzac Day Ceremony at the Claremont War Memorial, Stirling Highway, from 7.30am, followed by breakfast in the park.
An Anzac Day service will be held at the Fallen Soldier's Memorial Clock Tower on the corner of Hamersley and Rokeby roads on April 25 from 8am. The event will include the unveiling of a commemorative Anzac centenary sculpture and morning tea outside the Subiaco Museum.
An April 25 memorial service will be held at Shenton Park Community Centre on 240 Onslow Road from 7am, followed by morning tea.
On April 26 and 27 there will be Voiceworks performances at 2pm and 7pm of Anzac anthem As You Wave Me Goodbye at Shenton Park Community Centre.
One-act play Under Any Old Gum Tree will be presented by the Subiaco RSL subbranch on May 1, 2 and 3 at the Shenton Park Community Centre.
The public is asked to arrive early for the Town of Cambridge and RSL Cambridge service at the West Leederville cenotaph, 78 Cambridge Street, West Leederville at 8am on April 25. A breakfast will be held at the adjacent West Leederville Sporting Club at 9am. An exhibition at the nearby town will telling the stories of 179 dead listed on the cenotaph until May 3.