All over the state, people turned out to pay their respects at Anzac Day ceremonies and services on Monday.
Whether it was a dawn service or a march during the day, services were well attended throughout regional NSW.
The increased numbers came after COVID-19 restrictions had heavily impacted Anzac Day services over the past two years.
In Bega, the early morning autumn fog enshrouded the Anzac Day dawn service on Monday, adding to the sombre reflective occasion.
The official party of service personnel, both serving and veterans, was joined by a large crowd of Bega residents and families for the annual service.
Meanwhile, the Berrima dawn service returned in 2022, with more than 100 people present.
The service was conducted by Lynn Watson, with prayers recited by the venerable Geoff Webb, and the Anzac address delivered by Air Commodore Bob Rodgers AM.
Squadron Leader Joel Hardy played the Last Post and The Rouse on the trumpet while Jenny Cavanagh and Courtney Snell from the Berrima Rural Fire Service raised the Australian and New Zealand Flag.
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