Services

Members of the public are welcome to attend any of the commemorative services held at the Shrine of Remembrance.

  • Returned & Services League of Australia, Hellenic Sub-Branch Inc. 2018

    24 March 2018, 1:00pm

    Wreath Laying in the Sanctuary

    Shrine Representative:
    Shrine Governor Major Maggie More RFD

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  • Greek National Day 2018

    25 March 2018, 12:30pm

    Wreath Laying on the Forecourt

    Wreath Laying in the Sanctuary

    Shrine Representatives:
    Shrine Governor;Squadron Leader Steve Campbell-Wright
    Shrine Governor; Commander Terry Makings AM

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    This annual Service is held to commemorate the involvement of Australian men and women serving in the Greek Campaign in the Second World War and the relationship with our Greek Allies. The Service also honours the many Greek-Australians who have served in the Australian Defence Forces over many years.

  • RAN Recruits April 2018

    1 April 2018, 10:00am

    Wreath Laying in the Sanctuary

    Shrine Representatives:
    Shrine Governor Commander Terry Makings AM
    Shrine Governor Lieutenant Commander Chris Le Marshall

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  • XLI Club 2018

    5 April 2018, 11:00am

    Wreath Laying in the Sanctuary

    Shrine Representative:
    Shrine Chairman of Trustees Air Vice-Marshal Chris Spence AO (Retd)

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  • HMAS Vampire 2018

    8 April 2018, 11:00am

    Wreath Laying in the Sanctuary

    Shrine Representative:
    Shrine Governor Lieutenant Commander Chris Le Marshall

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    To commemorate the sinking of HMAS Vampire and the loss of 10 crew members.

  • 2/4th Australian General Hospital 2018

    8 April 2018, 1:00pm

    Wreath Laying in the Sanctuary

    Shrine Representative:
    Shrine Governor Group Captain Annette Holian

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    The story of the 2/4 Australian General Hospital during WWII is one of which all Australians can be proud. While statistics do not convey the quality of the medical care involved, the fact that some 14,000 casualties passed through the hospital at Tobruk, 19,000 at Redbank and a further 10,000 at Jerusalem, Colombo and Labuan gives some idea of the immensity of their contribution. The record of service rendered by 2/4 AGH in many battlefields between 1940 and 1945 has seldom been surpassed.