Anzac Day in the Bur­nett

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

WREATHS, pop­pies, and the Aus­tralian spirit were ev­i­dent on drive­ways across the North Bur­nett for Anzac Day. Re­stric­tions on pub­lic gath­er­ings due to coron­avirus did not de­ter res­i­dents from hon­our­ing our past and present sol­diers on April 25. Whether you were fol­low­ing along to ABC ra­dio, Bur­nett

River Ra­dio, or con­duct­ing your own ser­vice, it proved that even in times of duress, Aus­tralians would still hon­our their fallen. The Cen­tral and North Bur­nett Times posted a call-out to our read­ers on how they were go­ing to com­mem­o­rate this year.

This is how the North Bur­nett marked Anzac Day in 2020.

Pic­ture: Leesa Sharps

How the North Bur­nett com­mem­o­rated Anzac Day 2020.

Pic­ture: Ker­rie Jamie Ran­dall

How the North Bur­nett marked Anzac Day 2020.

Pic­ture: Cait­lyn Imhoff

Caleb Imhoff com­mem­o­rat­ing Anzac Day this year.

Pic­ture: Con­stantina Hou­ton

How the North Bur­nett marked Anzac Day 2020.

Pic­ture: Sheree Jewess

How the North Bur­nett marked Anzac Day 2020.

Pic­ture: Erica Mur­ree

Cyn­thia O'Leary with her pop­pies and wreath

Pic­ture: Melinda Jones

Pop­pies cro­cheted in the Monto CBD.

Pic­ture: Bob­bie Bakos

Poppy wreaths made for Anzac Day.

Pic­ture: Melissa Brookes

An art piece made spe­cially for Anzac Day.

Pic­ture: Lainie Burns

Light­ing the dawn.

Pic­ture: Jen­nifer Eckart

The Eckarts com­mem­o­rat­ing Anzac Day.

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