Camden's Anzac Day dawn service may have been much smaller this year, but crowds turned out in droves to watch the annual Anzac Day march.
The event required registration on the Camden Council website and a QR code check-in for all spectators.
Participants in the march included returned and former service men and women as well as schools, community group representatives and more.
This year's event was markedly smaller than previous years due to the state government's ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.
The march was followed by a wreath-laying ceremony at Camden's war memorial rose garden for those who may not have been able to lay a wreath at this morning's dawn service.
The service held at the Camden RSL Club was limited to 300 ticket holders and special guests.
However, some locals chose to stand outside the club and pay their respects despite the change of venue this year.
To see images from the dawn service, visit: camdenadvertiser.com.au/story/7224036/camden-anzac-day-dawn-service-honours-the-fallen.