Perth’s first all-inclusive sunset service ahead of Anzac Day will be held in Kings Park on Monday evening.
The inclusive service has been organised to allow those who may struggle to attend a traditional Dawn Service and will include audio description, wheelchair access, ACROD parking, AUSLAN and quiet space facilities.
The RSLWA will also hold its traditional Kings Park Dawn Service — for the first time since the pandemic began — and a gunfire breakfast and march through the CBD.
Perth Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas said he was “thrilled” to welcome people back to the city after three years of cancellations due to COVID restrictions.
“This year’s events are more inclusive than ever before — giving everyone the option to pay their respects in their way,” Mr Zempilas said.
“The City of Perth is proud to support RSLWA and host ANZAC commemorations in the City.”
The Sunset Service will be held at 5pm on Monday, April 24 at the Kings Park Flame of Remembrance.
It is free, but registration is required.
The dawn service runs tomorrow at the war memorial from 5:50 to 7am, with attendees to arrive from 4am.
The gunfire breakfast will follow at Government House Gardens for a gold coin donation between 7am, and 9am.
A special Indigenous Anzac Day Service will be held at the Supreme Court Gardens from 11am to 7pm.
The event will celebrate First Nations people from Australia and New Zealand, and no bookings are required.
Free parking for the commemorations will be available from 6am to 1pm at City of Perth carparks including Plain Street, The Fire Station (1 Murray Street and Hay Street), Point Fraser and Terrace Road.
There will also be three hour free parking at CPP His Majesty’s, Perth Cultural Centre and Pier Street carparks.