Thousands of onlookers gathered along Argyle Street to watch the annual Anzac Day march today.
The march featured a range of local community groups, schools and emergency services.
Hundreds of local school children from across the region walked in commemoration of fallen Anzacs.
Some of the most popular marchers were the 7th Lighthorse Regiment, the Military Brotherhood and the Camden Community Band.
The march was held at 10.30am after the dawn service at the Camden War Memorial.
This year's dawn service attracted a record-breaking crowd with thousands of locals braving the cold to commemorate Australia's service men and women.
A second service was held at the memorial from 11am.
Many residents have ventured to local cafes and restaurants to enjoy lunch after the commemorations.