Greg Englert has been performing Bugle Calls, last Post and Reveille at Anzac Services (including the Sunset Service at Martin Place, in front of 10,000 people at the Ken Rosewall Arena) and many funerals of Servicemen and Women for many decades. 

Greg at a Anzac Day Service with Chief Benjamin, Chief of the Fuzzy Wuzzy Tribe, Papu


New Guinea

Avoca Beach Public School - 2022

Greg is the Great Nephew of Australian Bugler Bertie George Englert , 14th Battalion, AIF, who was killed in action in France in 1918. Greg considers his bugle playing to be a continuing homage to his Great Uncle Bertie. Bertie Englert - Centre, Eldrid Englert on Left, unknown on Right

Greg has produced a 36 minute film about Bertie along with composing and recording original music for the film. The film can be viewed here

Greg is also the Great Nephew of Klemens Baczewski - R.A.F. 300 Squadron World War II who flew 26 missions over Germany in 6 months in Lancaster Bombers.  Uncle Klem was awarded the Virtuti Militari - The Polish equivalent of the Victoria Cross and Medal of Honour, The Cross of Valour twice and the Polish Air Service Medal

I get asked all the time "are you the bugler that did the Sydney Airport Runway on Anzac Day 2020 footage of which went around the world?".  Proudly yes I am and it was such an honour.  Here is the youtube clip

Yes! I did the Last Post beside the Sydney Airport runway again on Anzac Day2022.  Here is the youtube clip




If you are in need of a bugler for any occasion anywhere in the Sydney/Central Coast and Wollongong areas please give Greg a call on 0412 573654 or email him at