On Monday morning, Katherine will pause to remember and honour Australia's fallen and those who served overseas during both world wars.
Remembrance day in Katherine will begin with a decommissioning service for the old Cenotaph on O'Shea Terrace at 10am sharp, before moving to the new Cenotaph on Railway Terrace.
The Remembrance Day Service starts at 10.40am in memory of those who died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts.
Each year on November 11, at 11am, Australians observe one minute's silence.
It marks the time, four years of continuous warfare came to a halt; German leaders signed an Armistice ending the First World War.
More than 330,000 Australians served overseas in the First World War, and many did not make it home.
The losses cast shadows of social effects over the decades which followed and still remain today.
Last year in Katherine, about 200 people gathered to mark the 100th anniversary of what was meant to be 'the war to end all wars'.
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