What would have been hundreds of people lined Brolga Place on Monday to watch the Anzac Day march.
From Ex-servicemen and women, to Coleambally school, to the Australian Red Cross all marched in what was a beautiful showing.
From the first time Anzac Day was commemorated in Coleambally nearly 17 years ago, to 2016, it has grown exponentially.
Just three years ago, a little over 100 people turned out for a moving ceremony at McInnes Square.
At the time this figure doubled the previous largest crowd ever seen.
This year’s commemoration saw more than that walk in the march, not to mention the staggering numbers which lined the side-walks.
Darlington Point-Coleambally RSL sub-branch secretary Ken Martin summed the growth up perfectly.
“Great to see so many people here,” he said.
“It wasn't too long ago that we had our first service her, nearly 17 years ago when we had eight people in attendance. My how it's grown.”