ANZAC Day in the Redlands is on with the main parade to Anzac Centenary Park on track for April 25.
Last year, due to COVID-19 restrictions marches were cancelled and many families stood in their driveways to take part in their own personal dawn service.
But this year it is back on track after tight border restrictions have seen relatively few infections in Queensland.
April 25 will mark 106 years since the Anzacs landed at Gallipoli in Australia and New Zealand's first major military action in WWI.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced last month Anzac Day services would go ahead as normal.
Gunfire breakfast: 4.30 am for League members, veterans, serving personnel, partners and carers at Redlands RSL.
Dawn service parade: 5.20am from Redlands RSL to Anzac Centenary Park.
Dawn service commemorations: From 5.30am at Anzac Centenary Park.
Redlands RSL will not be open to the public for breakfast due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Main parade starts: 10.20am from Shore Street West.
Main service: 11am at Anzac Centenary Park.
Afterwards: Traditional game of two-up from 1pm in the RSL downstairs carpark. The Can Bar will open from noon.
North Stradbroke Island
Dawn service: 5.30am at Welsby Street cenotaph.
Main parade step-off: 10.45am from bottom end of Dunwich School.
Main service: 11am at Welsby Street cenotaph.
Dawn service: 5.30am at Main Beach.
Bayside South RSL Sub-Branch
The dawn service usually held at Redland Bay has been cancelled.