ANZAC Day March Ceremony Details - Melbourne 2022

For anyone that is wishing to participate in this years ANZAC Day march in Melbourne, please see the below links for both the form up areas and step off points along with the order of march for all units and services.

Lest We Forget.



ANZAC Day - Order of March 2022 FINAL.pdf
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ANZAC Day Step Off Point Guide 2022.pdf
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Remembrance Day 2022 - Shrine Remembrance

                            Remembrance Day March 2022

Christmas Greetings

From the President and all the committee, we would like to extend our warmest wishes for everybody.
We hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a safe and happy start to 2022.
All the best,
Arte et Marte
Harry Horse Xmas

Operation Grain Harvest Assist


                                                                                                                                      OPERATION GRAIN HARVEST ASSIST

                                                                                                                                                                    OUTLINE PLAN


The Problem

  • Australia is facing a chronic skilled farm labour shortage, following our international border closure and the nation’s hard border stance during the ongoing COVID19 pandemic.
  • Our Grains sector is at risk of reputational harm and market failure especially from a lack of skilled heavy farm machinery operators as well as truck and other farm workers, who are central to the proper functioning of the entire grains supply chain. Potential losses on some farms could be many $millions, with $billions at risk on a national level.
  • Australia is at or close to the technical threshold of "full employment", putting the grains industry in the difficult situation of competing for workers in a very tight labour market, particularly with a booming mining economy that also requires workers with the same or similar skill sets.
  • The industry, initially in WA and Queensland, requires access to a suitable workforce by early mid-September 2021in preparation for the upcoming harvest season. The situation in most other States is similar, if slightly delayed as the grains in WA are the first due for harvesting. Please note the short lead time.
  • Australian broadacre agriculture urgently requires thousands of experienced heavy farm machinery operators and truck driversas well as a range of other trades.
  • It is vital to have these people, to ensure our grains sector remains globally competitive, and to avoid losing our markets to international competitors – this is a likely scenario if the required tonnages are unable to move into port to meet the needs of overseas markets.
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