The Junee community gathered around the cenotaph this morning for another year of commemorating those who fought and continue to fight for our country.
At 10.45am, Junee RSL Sub-Branch president Peter Hogarth opened the ceremony, followed by a prayer by Allan Jones and a poignant address by guest speaker Kerry Phelan.
One attendee Joe Farrell spent years on the Army Reserves, and said the day was about remembering and growing from past traumas.
"Today is about remembering all those who fought, served and even lost their lives protecting our country, and for some, they didn't make it back whole either mentally or physically," he said.
"These men and women gave their all for this country, and to be honest I think they'd turn in their graves if they saw the way our political landscape was today."
Mr Farrell said involving the younger generations was a positive move.
"It is good to see all the children getting into the service too, it really is about making people remember what happened in the hopes that it will never happen again, and we all remember in our own ways each and every day," he said.
Life-long Junee man Dal Eisenhauer was born in the town on Australia Day, 1929, making this his 90th Remembrance Day.
"Each year for 90 years now I've had the privilege of attending these ceremonies and they never seem to lose their touch in all these years," he said.
"I was very lucky myself though, I was 17 when the first war started so too young to fight, and by the time the second came around I was too old."
The last post was played to a silent crowd, leading into a minutes silence.
After wreathes were laid by various community groups, including Junee Public School, children of St Joseph's Primary sang the national anthem lead by Junee High almost-graduate Mae-Rose Harrison.
The afternoon wrapped up with lunch at the Ex-Services Club, bringing together old friends, familiar faces and the Junee community as a whole.