More than 100 people lined the streets of Woodstock for the town's annual Anzac Day march and service.
The march once again featured a armoured gun carrier, along with a number of bagpipers, who led the procession down Parkes Street.
The service was attended by approximately 80 people, where Cowra RSL sub-Branch member Graham O'Neill told the audience about the difficulties faced by Australian and New Zealand troops when they landed at Gallipoli.
Mr O'Neill spoke about the preparations for the assault and the disagreements between the Navy and Army.
An ineffective naval attack led to the landing, which resulted in heavy losses however the battle gave birth to the Anzac spirit.
Cowra Deputy Mayor, Councillor Judi Smith also spoke at the service, telling the story of Sister Jenny Kerr, who was a nurse was killed in the Banka Island massacre by Japanese Imperial forces in 1942.
Further Anzac Day services were held in Darbys Falls, Gooloogong, Wyangala Dam and Koorawatha.