After a rainy night where they slept in the Geurie Memorial Hall, the marchers rose early to enjoy breakfast provided for them by Geurie Lions Club.
The marchers left Geurie at 7 am.
They passed through four private properties to take the back roads to Maryvale Hall, where they stopped for lunch. Some locals joined them for a cuppa.
The marchers formed up with the Mayor of Wellington, Cr. Anne Jones, and Wellington RSL Sub-Branch members, for a street parade starting at 5.30 pm down Lee Street and Nanima Crescent to Cameron Park.
A commemorative service was held at the Wellington War Memorial. Cr. Anne Jones welcomed the marchers, and gave a speech about the 1915 Coo-ee March.
Doug Morley played the Last Post.
The marchers then made their way to Wellington Showground for an overnight stay.
Wellington Rotary Club provided dinner at the Showground, which was very much appreciated.