The Dawn Sevice [pdf]
(Anzac Day Media Style Guide 2013 pages 16-19)
Clarifies the terminology, discusses whether to
write "dawn service" or "Dawn Service" and examines the elements of
a dawn service and associated activities: catafalque party, Ode of
Remembrance, silence, Reveille and Rouse, gunfire breakfast, Anzac
Day march, commemoration service, follow-on and two-up.
Poppy is for Sacrifice (anzacday.org.au)
"In Australia, single poppies are not usually worn on
ANZAC Day - the poppy belongs to Remembrance Day, 11 November.
However, wreaths of poppies are traditionally placed at memorials
and honour boards on ANZAC Day."
Anzac Day: the commemoration (Skwirk.com.au Interactive Schooling) The beginnings, the changes to the Anzac Day commemoration, how it is
commemorated, Anzac Day in current times. (The site is a commercial
site that requires membership to access further material.) For a
dot-point summary, see
Gallipoli and the ANZACsChapter 5: The commemoration.
(Anzac Day Media Style Guide 2013 p. 20)
Wearing medals, rosemary, poppies, colour patches (the guide has been
prepared primarily for
members of the media).
Order of March[pdf]
(Anzac Day Media Style Guide 2013 p. 33) The organisation of
marches on Anzac Day.
Memories of organising a school Anzac Day ceremony.