The Dawn Service will be broadcast at 6 am, and at 10 am, another service will be broadcast.
Both services will include community members. The 10 am service will be longer and will include the Australian and New Zealand National Anthems as well as I am Australian.
The MC will be Nigel Horne, while Father Alan Kelb, singer Dianne McKie, piper Roger Buck and guest speaker Colonel Bradley Robinson will also have parts in the service.
Trinity Anglican College boys and girls captains will also record their parts for the 10 am service.
For the Dawn Service, the RSL has invited community members to stand at the end of their driveway to take part in the service or listen to the broadcast from their homes.
While COVID-19 means millions of Australians will not be able to attend traditional services and marches, the RSL has urged all Australians to join the commemorations from home to honour those who've served.
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