Your comprehensive guide to Anzac Day in the Maranoa
AS PART of their work recognising Roma's returned First World War soldiers, the History Lodge are holding an Anzac ceremony at the Roma Cemetery in Lewis Street.
Those attending are asked to meet at 6.45am at the Cemetery Cenotaph for a 7am start.
David Cooper will be conducting a short ceremony with a few prayers, a hymn, raising the flag, a minute's silence and a full list of all First World War soldiers' names the Lodge have researched will be read out.
Friends or family members are invited to place a wreath on their soldier's grave as the names are said.
The Scouts and Guides will assist in laying wreaths on the graves of all the soldiers without family present.
A map of the cemetery will be available, with rows and graves marked out.
You can view their display of returned First World War veterans buried in Roma by visiting the Roma History Lodge at 17 McDowall Street between 11am and 3pm on Anzac Day.
8.30am: Anzac Day march starts outside the Amby Shire Hall and finishes at the cenotaph.
8.45am: Memorial service at the cenotaph.
10.30am: Anzac Day march will start outside Mitchell Shire Hall and finish at the cenotaph.
11am: Memorial service at the cenotaph.
6am: Dawn service at the cenotaph on Hutton St followed by breakfast.
10am: Anzac Day march will start outside the Injune Post Office, Station St and finish at the cenotaph.
10.30am: Memorial service at the Injune Memorial Hall.
5.45am: March from Muckadilla Hotel to cenotaph.
6am: Rising Sun Service at the cenotaph, followed by a re-enactment of the enlistment of WWI soldiers, and breakfast at the Muckadilla Hotel.
4.15am: Dawn service at the cenotaph on Bungil St. Returned service members to gather at RSL Hall from 4am.
9.30am: Anzac Day march will start on Station St and finish at the cenotaph (please form from 9am).
10am: Memorial service at the cenotaph.
Friday, April 24, 6pm: Dinner at the New Royal Hotel on Burrows St.
11.30am: Anzac Day march will start at the council chambers on Burrows St and finish at Surat Memorial Park on Marcus St.
Noon: Memorial service at Surat Memorial Park.
5.30am: Dawn Service Light Horse March starting at Wallumbilla Police Station, High St.
10am: Memorial service at Wallumbilla Town Square Cenotaph, Chadford St.
Historian Roslyn Stemmler will launch her new book Boys from the Bush - Wallumbilla in the Great War in the evening at Wallumbilla's Memorial Hall.
Additional memorial activities will be held throughout the day.
Please note, there is no dawn service at Mitchell.