Remembrance day is held on the 11 November each year in recognition of the end of hostilities from World War I, also known the The Great War.
A service will be held at the Loch Sport RSL at 11am.
In Australia, Remembrance Day is always observed on 11 November, it is a time when people can pay their respects to the substantial number of soldiers who died in battle. Services are held at 11 am at war memorials and schools in suburbs and cities across the country, at which the "Last Post" is sounded by a bugler and a one-minute silence is observed.
The Loch Sport War Memorial is situated outside the Loch Sport RSL building.