Australian Consulate-General
Hong Kong
Also accredited to Macau

Anzac Day

Anzac Day Service in Hong Kong 

Thursday, 25 April 2024

Anzac Day 2024

Anzac Day is the most significant national day of commemoration for Australians and New Zealanders. 

This commemoration marks the first major military action fought by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) during World War I.


Morning Service:

Time :


*Members of the public may lay a wreath according to the order of service. 

Place :

The Cenotaph

Chater Road, Central (Opposite the Hong Kong Club)

Address in Chinese:

香港中環遮打道和平紀念碑 (香港會對面)



Followed by Gunfire Breakfast:


G/F, 28 Stanley Street, Central  

Adult $320  | Child (under 12 years) $150 

Phone: (852) 2796 6988  |  Email: [email protected] 

Other ways to commemorate


Sai Wan War Cemetery ​

Among those buried at Sai Wan War Cemetery are 33 Australians and one New Zealander. These individuals were brought to Hong Kong  for burial from theatres across the Pacific. We have produced a guide to these graves that includes information about these service personnel. Hard copies will be available at the cemetery while stocks last. You can also download the guide in PDF form for printing, or for use on mobile devices, or view it online.

Download A Guide to Australian and New Zealand Graves at Sai Wan War Cemetery 


Location and visiting information

Sai Wan War Cemetery is in the east of Hong Kong island, about 11kms from Central. It is most easily reached by taking the MTR Island line to Chai Wan. From there you can take a taxi from the rank below the station, or board Public Light Bus 16M or 16X which runs from Chai Wan station to Stanley, requesting it to stop at the Sai Wan War Cemetery.  Please note that there are extremely limited parking spaces available. 

The cemetery is open to the public from 8am – 5pm daily


ABC Australia (NOW TV Ch 561) will cover Anzac Day happenings occurring across the country. At 3:30am Hong Kong time you can watch the National Dawn Service in Canberra on ABC TV, on its YouTube channel, and also on the ABC Australia Facebook page. See the Australian War Memorial Website for more information and the most up to date commemoration details.  

Watch a series of short videos touching on the history of Australian service in war through to contemporary peacekeeping and humanitarian operations.  Reflect on these experiences and events that shaped our nation’s history. 

Find out more about your own family’s military history. The National Archives of Australia and the Australian War Memorial websites are good places to start. 


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