This year we were all surprised with the large community attendance at the Upper Coomera ANZAC Day March and Service. With the centenary last year we can only assume that last years activities provided a flow on effect increasing numbers to greater than normal.
This was our second year for the Saint Stephen's Drum Line to participate and once again they received great applause both during the march and at the Cenotaph as marchers were seated. They provided a few excellent pieces and drew significant attention with their well rehersed movements.
The weather played an important role this year with only a hint of rain and a cool breeze to make a very comfortable environment for ann  in attendance. The following image was taken by a member at the very end of the event after everything was packed away. Beautiful.
We owe many thanks to our supporters including but not limited to the following:
Nucrush Good Neighbour Program
Cr William Owen-Jones, Division Two, GCCC
Coomera Valley Rural Fire Service
2/14 Light Horse Regiment
10 Army Cadet Unit, Gold Coast
Queensland Police Service- Coomera
Saint Stephen's College
Local Clergy
The Surfers Paradise Brass Band
All Occasion Party Hire
Action Print Services, Oxenford
The staff, students and families of local Primary and Secondary Schools
The 2/14 Light Horse Regiment came fully equipped and provided the perfect catafalque party.
Our BBQ area at Siganto Park proved to be a favorite for many families with the relaxing environment enjoyed with Rotary sausages and ice cream vendor.
Thank you to all our supporters, we congratulate the wide community for their participation.