To commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Waratah Recruitment March held in 1915 a Re-enactment March was held in Nowra on Sunday.
The march commenced at the Nowra Showground, before winding it’s way down to the Nowra School of Arts where a ceremony to mark the occasion was held.
The procession then made their way down Bridge Road where they had right-of-way to march across the Old Nowra Bridge where photographers were waiting to re-capture the famous image of the troops making their way across the Shoalhaven River in 1915.
A succession of marches and services were held in Bomaderry, Berry and Gerringong.
The march will then continued along Bolong Road to Walsh Park in Bomaderry. Following another service the steam engine at Bomaderry train station then transported marchers, participants and some of the public to the Berry Service and then on to Gerringong.