After being severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic last year, Anzac Day marches and services have been held across much of the country today, albeit with some restrictions in place.
Crowd numbers at events in most capital cities were capped this morning.
And in Western Australia’s Perth and Peel regions, dawn services were cancelled for a second year amid a three-day COVID-19 lockdown.
While events planned in regions outside of the metropolitan area went ahead with no restrictions, residents in Perth and the Peel region paid their respects from home with “Light up the Dawn” mini-services in their driveways.
Pipe Sergeant Logan Waddell plays the bagpipes at the Mandurah War Memorial.(Supplied: Gareth Waddell
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Pipe Sergeant Logan Waddell played a lament at the War Memorial in Mandurah in Western Australia after playing in his family’s driveway in Parklands.
Chantelle Banks and her family in Perth also marked Anzac Day on their driveway, due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
This is the second Anzac Day in a row Perth and Peel residents have spent in lockdown. (Chantelle Banks
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This was the second year in a row the family was unable to attend formal services due to the pandemic.
In West Haldon in Queensland, Charlie Turkington played the bugle to mark Anzac Day.
Charlie Turkington marks Anzac Day in West Haldon.(Supplied: Brett and Rebekah Turkington
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While in Brisbane, crowds gathered at the Mount Coot-tha Summit Lookout at sunrise for a dawn service.
People mark Anzac Day during a dawn service at Brisbane’s Mount Coot-tha Summit Lookout.(Supplied: Cam Hillard
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Further north in Townsville, student leaders of Pimlico State High School marked Anzac Day with their own dawn service. 
A number of the students there have parents who are currently serving in the defence force. 
Many students have parents who are currently serving. (Supplied: Joel Buchholz
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In New South Wales, residents held dawn services on Woonona Beach. 
An Anzac Day dawn service at Woonona Beach in New South Wales.(Supplied: Renee Jurgielan
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In Tasmania, Rosemary Killalea, her daughter Elanor and their friend Ernie attended a dawn service at South Arm. 
Ernie is a current serving member of the Army. (Supplied: Rosemary Killalea
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Families gathered to pay their respects at services in Melbourne. 
Paul Shaw and his family mark Anzac Day at a vigil in Caroline Springs, Melbourne.(Supplied: Paul Shaw
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Marcus, Shane and Alexa McSweeney started their day with a candlelight vigil, followed by a visit to the Kew RSL in Victoria to learn more about the role members of their family had in Gallipoli in World War I. 
Marcus, Shane and Alexa McSweeney have learned more about the role their relatives had in World War I. (Supplied: Shane McSweeney
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Kate, Scott and Emily gathered with their dogs Trooper and Scout for an early morning dawn service at their own roadside memorial in McLaren Vale in South Australia. 
Trooper and Scout at a roadside memorial at McLaren Vale in South Australia. (Supplied: Sue Williams
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