ANZAC Day

As in all towns across Australia, Gympie commemorated ANZAC day each year with a march. For many years Captain George Thomas lead the march.

Anzac Day possible the first one held in Gympie c1920 Captain George Thomas in the centre of the first row of 3 men

Anzac Day possible the first one held in Gympie c1920 Captain George Thomas in the centre of the first row of 3 men

Gympie Volunteers for the European War, Monday August 24th 1914 (Mrs Gilliland's Scrapebook)

Gympie Volunteers for the European War, Monday August 24th 1914 (Mrs Gilliland’s Scrapebook)

Mrs S Salmon of Wolvi with her sons who served in WW1 1914 - 1918 JOL 34889

Mrs S Salmon of Wolvi with her sons who served in WW1 1914 – 1918 JOL 34889

Anzac Day Parade - probably 1943 Capt George Thomas lead parade

Anzac Day Parade – probably 1943 Capt George Thomas lead parade

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