MANDURAH commemorated 100 years since the repatriation process to return our World War I (WWI) soldiers home with an emotional Remembrance Day ceremony.
The moving service took place at the Mandurah War Memorial with veterans, defence force personnel, the family of past and present soldiers as well as the general public attending to pay their respects.
Voices in Harmony provided the musical backdrop of the ceremony.
About 20 wreaths were laid at the base of the memorial before the Last Post was played and a minute of silence observed.
Royal Australian Navy Chaplin John Marshall left the crowd with ideas to ponder as the ceremony ended.