Anzac Day

Thursday 25th April 

Come down this Anzac Day and join us for Australia’s National Day of Remembrance.

A day dedicated to the Australian & New Zealand armed forces, it’s crucial that as Australians we use this opportunity to pay tribute to the sacrifice made by the soldiers. Unlike any other public holiday, we say thanks to those who have risked their lives for the sake of our freedom. The holiday falls on the 25th of April each year, which marks the day that the corps landed in Gallipoli in the First World War in 1915. Since its beginnings, Anzac Day has become known for its moving dawn services, marches and an opportunity to come together with friends, in support of bravery and courage.

Where better to meet your mates after the service than at Watsons, where the live music & DJ’s will be going and the drinks flowing, with free entry all day. We’ll be hosting the Police Pipe Band which will be playing all afternoon. To top it off, we are also home to the biggest two-up ring in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, so you’ll want to get amongst the action. We are taking limited bookings so enquire below for a table, or otherwise make sure you grab your family & friends and head down early so you don’t miss out on any of the activities!

Open from 11am

Two-up from 12pm

Police Pipe Band from 2pm

Getting Here

Getting here is easy!

Leave the car at home and catch the ferry over to the bay as there will be very limited parking.

There will be public and private services from Circular Quay running from 9am with the last ferry from Watsons Bay departing at 9:15pm.

Check out the full timetable and options so you can plan your trip today.

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