Where you can pay your respects this Remembrance Day
ON November 11, 1918, the guns of the Western Front fell silent after four years of war.
As the German army began to collapse and retreat from warfare, their leaders signed an Armistice, bringing an end to the First World War.
A century on, the community will come together to pay their respects at the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month for a very special Remembrance Day this Sunday.
Millions of people across the country will attend Remembrance Day services to honour those brave men who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.
Ipswich RSL Sub Branch president Rob Wadley is once again proud to lead his branch during this sombre day.
"If it wasn't for what our fore bearers did to represent our country, we wouldn't live in a free country,” he said.
"As an ex-service man myself, it is a real honour to represent our community and our veterans, past, present and future, on this very special day.”
Here is a full list of where you can pay your respects this Remembrance Day.
Lest We Forget
Address: Memorial Hall, 63 Nicholas St, Ipswich
Address: The Workshops Rail Museum, North St, North Ipswich
Address: Seasons Care Home, 15 Argyle St, Redbank Plains.
Address: Redbank Memorial Reserve, Bridge St, Redbank.
Address: Soldier's Memorial Stone, corner of Queen and Church Sts, Goodna.
Address: Springfield Light Tower, Robelle Domain Parklands
Address: Memorial Park, corner of Park and Bell St, Boonah
Address: Peak Mountain View Park (Opposite Peak Crossing State School).
Address: Engelsburg Park, 25 Edward St, Kalbar.
Address: Cenotaph Memorial, Whites Rd and Patrick St, Laidley.
Address: Weeping Mothers Memorial, Littleton Park.