Anzac Day is our chance to pay respects to those who gave their tomorrows so we could have our todays at services across the region.
It is a chance to commemorate servicemen and women who have fought for our country and those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms we enjoy today.
In total, 373 men and women enlisted from the area to serve in World War I with 38 losing their life.
This year marks the 104th anniversary of the landing of Anzac troops at Gallipoli.
Fairfield Anzac Day service details
Canley Heights RSL
6.40am: Meet at King Park.
7am: March up Humphries Road to club cenotaph.
9am: Charity games.
Service: Noon.Liverpool City Brass Band from 1.30pm
Dawn Service will commence from 5:30am at the Fairfield War Memorial, Honour Avenue. The march will begin in Bertha Street, at the rear of the club at 5:15am. Breakfast and two-up will follow.
Patrons are asked to assemble at the club at 5.30am for the march to Cabravale Memorial Park. The wreath laying and dawn service will start at 6am, followed by breakfast (7am) and two-up (9am) at the club.
4:30am: Assemble for the Anzac March.
4:45am: March commences.
5am: Dawn service.
6am: Breakfast in the club.
2pm: Live entertainment.