THE Royal Australian Air Force will perform a number of flyovers on the Gold Coast on Anzac Day.
A RAAF C-17A Globemaster will buzz the Coast in the morning, set to fly over Arundel at 9.06am.
An F/A 18F Super Hornet will then cut through the sky above Springbrook about 10.45am before roaring over Currumbin just three minutes later, at 10.48am.
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RAAF will be perform more than 100 flyovers in towns and cities right across Australia on Thursday.
Hawk jets will buzz the NSW coast, while a C130 Hercules will rattle Sydney and the Blue Mountains.
Elsewhere, twin-turboprop planes will flyover bush folk in country NSW, while PC-21’s will buzz Victoria.
For a full list of flyover times and locations, click here.
All RAAF flypasts are subject to weather and operational requirements.
For public safety, drones must not be operated in the vicinity of flypasts.
Meanwhile, dozens of roads will also be closed on the Gold Coast on Thursday as the city stops to commemorate Anzac Day.
For a full list of local road closures, click here.