The ANZAC Day Commemorative Service honours all current and past members of Australia’s defence forces, particularly the former employees of the Midland Railway Workshops who served in conflicts including World Wars I and II.

The Service will bring together the local community to commemorate the ANZAC Spirit with Midland’s Peace Memorial acting as a backdrop for the Service.

Parking is available in the Sidings Car Park 15, Yelverton Drive (opposite the Memorial) and the Midland Railway Station is a 5 minute walk from the memorial site, please visit Transperth for train timetables.

Morning tea will be served by volunteers from the Machinery Preservation Club after the Service within the newly completed Railway Square.


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