People will gather across the south-west on Saturday to remember all those who served in conflict.
Remembrance Day, November 11, marks the end of hostilities in World War I.
Warrnambool RSL president John Miles said he hoped people would attend the region’s services in high numbers.
“Especially being a Saturday, I think we should get a lot of people,” he said.
Remembrance Day services include:
Warrnambool War Memorial, 10.55am.
Camperdown War Memorial, 10.45am.
Mortlake War Memorial, 10.45am.
Koroit War Memorial, 10.50am.
Port Fairy War Memorial, Railway Place, 10.45am.
Macarthur War Memorial, 10.50am.