Under the current health restrictions, the march to the Shrine of Remembrance will go ahead, with an approved maximum of 5,500 participants marching along St Kilda Road.
Registrations will open on Tuesday 6 April 2021 at 9am, at which time you will be able to register your wish to participate in the march. Please share this information with any veterans (serving or ex serving) in your networks or to any veteran who may not be linked to an association or group.
On Tuesday 6 April, at 9am you can click on the below link to register your wish to participate: [register.rslvic.com.au]register.rslvic.com.au
We aim to contact veterans over the age of 90 directly, to gauge their intention to march and offer individualised assistance they may require.
It is important to note that we must adhere to all COVID-Safe requirements. The health and wellbeing of all veterans is paramount and ensuring their safety is priority.
Please note, when registering your wish to march:
- Registration does not automatically guarantee a place – once you submit your registration online, you will receive an automatic response to let you know your registration has been submitted. You will then receive further communication the week commencing Monday 13 April.
- Priority will be allocated to Australian and New Zealand Veterans (current and former members of the Defence Force). If places remain, tickets will then be assigned to allied forces, followed by descendants.
- Allocation of tickets will be considered based on the time of when registrations are submitted, and the priority listed above.
- All registrations will be stored in a centralised system. If health advice changes to allow more participants, additional tickets will be released accordingly.
The link provided for registrations will be live next Tuesday 6 April, and if you have any queries please forward them to