Commemorating the frontier conflicts; massacres; frontier wars and murderous killings with genocidal intent that cover the continent. Since 2011 Remembrance marches for the Frontier Wars have followed the Anzac Day parades along Anzac Parade to the War Memorial. This year over 550 locations of killings were carried on yellow fabric measuring over 25 meters. Also in the march Rodney Kelly carried a photograph of his ancestor's Gweagar Shield which Capt Cook shot at when he first arrived on 29 April 1770.
This year the police took a much more respectful approach than they did last year - caps removed; no threats of tasering; and members of the march were able to lay a wreath at the Stone of Remembrance.