Hundreds of people filled the Naracoorte town squares on Thursday morning for the annual commemoration of the landing of Anzac troops at Gallipoli in 1915.
On a crisp, clear morning, the traditional dawn service started in darkness at 5.30am and closed with a march of veterans and others just before 6.30am.
Anzac Day services were also held locally at Lucindale and Penola.
Tip: Photos are best viewed on desktop computer due to the dark conditions.
Did you know?
The youngest Australian to enlist in WWI was 14-year-old Private James Charles (Jim) Martin. He landed at Gallipoli on September 8, 1915. On 25 October 1915, Jim was evacuated to the hospital ship the 'Glenart Castle' due to the effects of typhoid fever. He died from heart failure that evening and was buried at sea.