The Australian, New Zealand and royal anthems will feature at both the dawn and main Anzac Day services in Taree, led by the Club Taree Community Concert Band.
Both services will be held at the memorial clock in Fotheringham Park. Master of ceremonies is Club Taree CEO Morgan Stewart, the bugler is Liam Croker and members of the 28 Army Cadet Unit will form the catafalque party.
The dawn service commences at 5.45am. Taree RSL Sub-branch's chaplain, Reverend Bill Green will deliver the address.
The parade leading up to the main service will assemble in Macquarie Street, stepping off at 10am for the march to the memorial clock. The service will start at 10.30am.
MidCoast Council mayor, David West will give the Anzac address and Hugh McCrindle OAM will lead the singing.
Sub-branch members, cadets and high school captains will take part in the ceremony.
Taree High School is hosting a breakfast between 8am and 9.30 prior to the start of the parade, with sausage sandwiches and bacon and egg rolls for sale.