Australia remembers the Anzacs

A war veteran pays tribute at the Cenotaph during a dawn ceremony in central Sydney (Reuters)
A war veteran pays tribute at the Cenotaph during a dawn ceremony in central Sydney (Reuters)

Anzac Day services have taken place across Australia with thousands gathering to pay their respects.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was at a commemoration at North Bondi, while in central Sydney the faces of the country's soldiers were projected onto buildings as part of its sombre Dawn Service.

Australia remembers the Anzacs

Officials arrange wreaths at the Cenotaph during Sydney's Dawn Service (Reuters)

Australia remembers the Anzacs

The 'Last Post' is played to the thousands gathered (Reuters)

Australia remembers the Anzacs

A lone soldier stands as the faces of past Anzacs are projected on a building (Reuters)

But the day's events were overshadowed somewhat, with the New South Wales Joint Counter Terrorism Team yesterday arresting a 16-year-old boy in Sydney on terrorism charges, in an apparent Anzac Day terror plot.

More to come.

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