Yininmadyemi (pronounced yinn-in-madj-amee), by Aboriginal artist Tony Albert, features four seven-metre tall, 1.5 tonne bullets and three fallen shells to represent the diggers who returned to Australia and the ones who lost their lives.
WHO: Lord Mayor Clover Moore; His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), Governor of NSW; Artist Tony Albert; Eora Journey curator Hetti Perkins; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander diggers; and representatives from the RSL and Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council
9.45am Welcome address
10.15am The Ode of Remembrance
10.20am The Last Post
10.24am Minute of silence
10.25am The Rouse
10.30am Laying of floral tributes, official ceremony concludes
10.40am Individual media opportunities
*Times are approximate. Numerous people will be available to interview after the launch.
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