THE state government's restrictions may have forced the cancellation of Anzac Day commemorations this year, but locals are still being encouraged to mark the day from home.
Tamworth's 88.9FM is hoping to connect the community on the sacred day via a special broadcast.
The commemoration segment will begin at 6am on Anzac Day and will feature the ode, the last post, one minute of silence and reveille.
Following the ceremony will be The Seekers' We Are Australian, which the station is encouraging locals to sing along with.
The station's CEO George Frame said locals were being urged to take part in the event from their front lawns, balconies or in their living rooms.
"We can't be there in person for a dawn service, but we all still owe it to our defence personnel, past and present, to honour their legacy by showing solidarity while many of us are in isolation," Mr Frame said.
"This is one way we can express our feelings on this special day, and at the same time we can also think about the frontline health workers, nurses, doctors, police and paramedics."
The station will be posting the lyrics to the song on its Facebook page to help people sing along.
Saturday's broadcast is part of a national broadcast movement, aimed at helping Australians recognise Anzac Day, while in isolation.
Other Anzac Day 2020 activities include the RSL's Light Up the Dawn and Community Ode initiatives.