The Bowral Anzac Day dawn service won't go ahead for 2021.
However, the march and war memorial service will go ahead at 10:30 am with limited participation.
Bowral RSL sub branch president John Cummins suggested that residents observe a minute silence with a candle in the driveway.
"The Anzac Day march and war memorial service will commence at 10.30am at the corner of Boolwey and Bong Bong Street and will proceed to Bowral Memorial Park," he said.
"Participation in the march will be limited to service members, ex-service members and one relative of a deceased veteran."
To assist and save time on the day if you plan to take part in the march and require memorial service seating, please contact John on 48612150 or email email@example.com before April 20 to register.
Elderly veterans may be dropped off and picked up near the war memorial however no parking will be available in this area.
Wreath laying at the service will be restricted however John has advised that individuals and organisations may lay wreaths before 10am or after 12 noon.
Spectators can observe the march and memorial service however social distancing and COVID check in will be required, this will be managed by NSW Police and other agencies of the NSW Government.
John said that the Anzac Day arrangements are subject to any changes in COVID restrictions that may or may not be in place at the time.
John said he was hopeful that Anzac Day 2022 would be back as it was in the years prior to COVID.
"I would like to take the opportunity to thank the Southern Highlands residents for their support of the veteran community," he said.
"Especially Matthew McCarthy from the NSW Police and Leesa Stratford and Tim Sullivan from Wingecarribee Shire Council for their assistance in getting Anzac Day arrangements in place.
"It is very important that all those attending these events observe social distancing and should the before or after the events display any COVID symptoms they should contact their GP."
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