Diggers attend Remembrance Day 2012

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images
Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images
Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images

Diggers meet up around the Cenotaph during the Rememberance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Rememberance Day is observed to recall the end of World War I hostilities. A one minute silence is called at 11.00am on the 11th day of the 11th month to remembers the members of armed forces who were killed at battle. Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images