The Dardanelles Cenotaph is the first significant memorial to those who lost their lives during the Gallipoli campaign.
The cenotaph was unveiled by then Governor-General, Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson on 7 September 1915, while troops were still fighting on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
The service is open to the public.
DATE: Sunday 9 September 2018
VENUE: Dardanelles Cenotaph, Lundie Gardens, South Terrace, Adelaide (opposite Vinrace Street)
TIMINGS: Service commences at 10.30am and concludes at 11.15am
TRIBUTES: Wreaths and tributes may be placed and poppies will be available.
SEATING: Undercover seating will be provided.
MEDALS: Awarded medals may be worn.
RSVPs are not required.