National Police Remembrance Day 2023


National Police Remembrance Day, held on 29 September, is a time for members of Victoria Police and the community to pause and honour the dedicated police members who have died serving their community, and to remember those members who have lost their lives through illness or other circumstances.

Details for this year’s remembrance service can be found below. Please check the Victoria Police, Victoria Police Legacy and Blue-Ribbon Foundation websites for more details.

Melbourne march and service:

All police members (past and present), their families and the Victorian community are invited to join the official march and service for National Police Remembrance Day.

The march (step-off) and parade will start at 10am from Princes Bridge, St Kilda road.

The parade will move along St Kilda Road to the Victoria Police Memorial, King’s Domain, Melbourne.

A service will follow at the Victoria Police Memorial, Kings Domain.

Regional services:

Locations of regional services will continue to be added.

Police service area Date and time Location
Albury Friday 29 September 11am Albury Police Station Church, Olive Street, Albury
Ararat Friday 29 September 10am Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 47 High Street Ararat (main entrance at 32 View Point St)
Ballarat Thurs 28 September 11:30am St Peter’s Anglican Church, 1307 Sturt Street, Ballarat 
Bendigo Friday 29 September 10am St Paul's Anglican Church, 4 Myers St, Bendigo
Boroondara Friday 29 September 2pm Boroondara Police Complex,34 Harp Road Kew East 
Geelong Friday 29 September 10:30am St. Paul's Anglican Church, Latrobe Terrace, Geelong VIC 3220
Hamilton Friday 29 September 10am Hamilton Performing Arts Centre, 113 Brown Street, Hamilton
Shepparton Friday 29 September 10am Monash Park, Shepparton (corner of Welsford Street and Fryers Street)

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