ANZAC Day

The annual Taradale Anzac Day Service is held at the Taradale War Memorial adjacent to the Jackson street entrance of the Taradale Mineral Springs Reserve. When the weather is inclement the service is usually held at the Taradale Town Hall. Residents and visitors are welcome and warmly invited to attend the service and pay their respects to those who have sacrificed their lives in the service of our country and those who continue to serve today.

Times and specific arrangements for each Anzac Day service are advertised in the Taradale Talk, on the town noticeboard and on this website. The Taradale Anzac Day Service is organized and funded by the Taradale Progress Association, for more information please contact Marg Moody on 0354232421.

 

Remembrance Day

Each Remembrance Day a service is held at the Taradale War Memorial to remember and reflect on the sacrifice of past and present veterans of conflicts and those who have done and continue to represent and serve Australia through our defence, police and peace keeping forces.

The exact time and specific arrangements for the annual ceremony are advertised in the Taradale Talk, on the town noticeboard and on this website. The Taradale Remembrance Day service is organized and funded by the Taradale Progress Association, for more information please contact Marg Moody on 0354232421

 

Cemetery

The Taradale Cemetery is located at the North East end of town adjacent to the Old Calder Highway. The Cemetery is open to visitors who are asked to keep their vehicles to the access roads. For those maintaining memorials there is water and a bin provided at the building near the gate. The Taradale Cemetery is managed by the Taradale Cemetery Trust, please contact Secretary Marg Moody for further information on 0354232421.