Thousands pay tribute to Anzacs in Dalby

THOUSANDS of Dalby residents paid tribute to the Anzacs this morning.

Crowds braved the autumn cold to march to Anzac Park before dawn, marking 100 years since the soldiers' ill-fated landings at Gallipoli.

Western Downs Regional Council unveiled memorials for two First World War soldiers - N Howarth and WJ Goodspeed - at the Dalby Monumental Cemetery later in the morning.

Commemorations culminated with another march to Anzac Park, where crowds lined the streets to respect the sacrifices of all service men and women.

See Tuesday's Dalby Herald for full coverage of Dalby, Jandowae and Bell Anzac services.


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