Events are happening throughout Wellington all day to commemorate Anzac Day.
There's a dawn service at the Wellington Cenotaph on Lambton Quay.
A service is also being held at Wellington Cathedral, beginning with a parade in Hill Street from nine o'clock.
Mayor Celia Wade-Brown will speak at the service...it'll be followed by a wreath-laying ceremony at the Cenotaph.
The National Commemorative Service and wreath-laying will be held at the National War Memorial from 10:30 to 12pm.
And there's a concert at the Wellington Town Hall from 7pm, featuring the Beat Girls and the Central Band of the Royal New Zealand Air Force.
There'll also be a dawn to dusk vigil at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior.
Special events are also being held at Te Papa.
To commemorate the Pacific Island contribution to Anzac services, Wellington's Tongan Youth Choir will perform at 11am.
There'll also be a screening of Wellington film maker Gaylene Preston's movie Home by Christmas, which is based on her father's war experiences.
Events producer Tai Paitai says Wellington Regional Scouts leaders will also be running workshops for children.
The day will end with the Wellington Regional army band performing a retreat ceremony at 4:30pm.
All today's events are free.