COVID-19 may have taken away Inverell's Anzac Day march, however Warialda and Tingha's are set to go ahead.
The Warialda and Tingha sub-branches said being smaller towns afforded them the chance to have their march as usual - alongside the traditional ceremonies.
In consultation with the RSL NSW, police, and relevant authorities, approval has been granted for both the traditional services and the marches through their villages.
Inverell, who has always had traditionally large crowds come to pay their respects, has not been so lucky, having to cancel the march for a second year over COVID-19 safety concerns.
Warialda's president Charlie Allen said it was "incredibly rewarding" to see how much gratitude and excitement the community had to be able to have a march.
Even though last year's events was "very easy" to organise, with many people coming out and standing on their driveways for the dawn, nothing can beat the march, Mr Allen said.
"Everyone has been asking for it, and the kids love it, it's going to be great for everyone," he laughed.
"We are not a big town like Inverell, and we have no problem with things like the wreath laying being out in the open too - with WR codes of course."
For Tingha's secretary and treasurer Audrey McArdule OAM, it was not just the fact the march was back - but that it was also being livestreamed.
"You can't have Anzac Day without a march," she said.
"For those people who cannot come for whatever reason, they can now watch it on TV - it's just brilliant!"
Stay tuned for more details on the services being held across the district.
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