17 April 2015

ANZAC Centenary Parade by the 10th/27th Battalion

11am, Sunday 3 May
Unley Road (From Marion Street to Soldier’s Memorial Garden, Unley)
Come and line the streets as they did in 1915!
Following the commemorative parade, join us for a community celebration at the Soldier’s Memorial Garden, including
  • Performances by 10th/27th Battalion Band
  • The opportunity to place a commemorative poppy in the Garden
  • Many Australian soldiers were lost in the August 1916 Battle of Pozieres. Help raise funds for a planned Pozieres Memorial in France, dedicated to the soldiers who fought in the Battle, by purchasing a limited edition replica WWI pin badge available on the day.

Call for Descendants

Were your ancestors part of the 27th Battalion?

Learn more about the 10th/27th Battalion, The Royal South Australia Regiment

The 10th/27th Battalion, The Royal South Australia Regiment (10/27 RSAR) is a highly trained infantry unit in the 9th Brigade of the Australian Army. It has a proud history of service from World War I until the present day.
Click here to learn more about the 10/27 TRSAR which will be taking part in the Unley Centenary Parade. Read about some of the soldiers who will take part in the Parade and discover what the ANZAC Centenary means to them and what it means to be a serving member of the Australian Army today.
Corporal Mark Blondell 
Corporal Mark Blondell, 10th/27th Battalion, The Royal South Australia Regiment 
© Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence  

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