If April 21 2021 is anything like 2020 it will be remembered again for a the distinctly sombre and moving event compounded by the impact of the pandemic.
Families stood at the end of their driveways and on the streets.
The foggy morning was chilled and broken by the sound of the bugle playing from Matt Crowes’ winebar and the sound carried as far away as seven kilometres from the village.
People still talk about it.
The May Gundaroo Gazette dedicated a front page to it.
Click on the image below to read Page 1 and another story on Page 9.
Monuments and commemorations are managed locally by the Monuments and Memorials Group, part of GCA.
Find out more about this year’s service and the Monuments and Memorial’s Group here.