Anzac Day commemorations around Otago

Alexandra.
Alexandra.
Alexandra.
Alexandra.
Balclutha.
Balclutha.
Kelso.
Kelso.
Lawrence. Photo by Clare Blackmore.
Lawrence. Photo by Clare Blackmore.
Tuapeka Mouth.
Tuapeka Mouth.
Millers Flat.
Millers Flat.
Millers Flat.
Millers Flat.
Roxburgh.
Roxburgh.
Roxburgh.
Roxburgh.
The dawn service in Queenstown. Photo by Mountain Scene.
The dawn service in Queenstown. Photo by Mountain Scene.
The dawn service in Queenstown. Photo by Mountain Scene.
The dawn service in Queenstown. Photo by Mountain Scene.
Queenstown Anzac parade.
Queenstown Anzac parade.
Queenstown Anzac parade.
Queenstown Anzac parade.
Lake Hawea.
Lake Hawea.
Lake Hawea.
Lake Hawea.
Wanaka.
Wanaka.
Wanaka.
Wanaka.
Oamaru.
Oamaru.
Oamaru.
Oamaru.
Oamaru.
Oamaru.
Dunedin.
Dunedin.
Dunedin.
Dunedin.
Dunedin.
Dunedin.
Dunedin.
Dunedin.
Montecillo Veterans' Home, Dunedin.
Montecillo Veterans' Home, Dunedin.
WWII veteran Phil Smith at Montecillo.
WWII veteran Phil Smith at Montecillo.
Residents at Ross Home, Dunedin.
Residents at Ross Home, Dunedin.
Mosgiel.
Mosgiel.
Mosgiel.
Mosgiel.
Mosgiel.
Mosgiel.
Mosgiel.
Mosgiel.
Outram.
Outram.
West Taieri Pony Club members assemble at Outram.
West Taieri Pony Club members assemble at Outram.
Palmerston. Photo by Bill Campbell.
Palmerston. Photo by Bill Campbell.
Even the isolated grave of Trooper Charles Risk in the Nevis Valley gets poppies on Anzac Day....
Even the isolated grave of Trooper Charles Risk in the Nevis Valley gets poppies on Anzac Day. Photo by Derek Whelan.
University of Otago.
University of Otago.
University of Otago.
University of Otago.
At sunset by the International Peace Pole, Dunedin. Photo by Stephanie Smith.
At sunset by the International Peace Pole, Dunedin. Photo by Stephanie Smith.

People mark Anzac Day around Otago.

Read the story: Thousands at Otago services 

Photos by ODT staff and correspondents. Prints of ODT photos are available from otagoimages.co.nz.

 

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