Other monument websites
These websites contain information on Australian monuments, or general monument information.
Recognises and remembers those Australians who became Prisoners of War during the Wars of the 20th Century.
Australia ICOMOS Inc. is the national chapter of ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites), an international non-government organisation primarily concerned with the philosophy, terminology, methodology and techniques of cultural heritage conservation.
This website focuses on conflicts, beginning with the permanent arrival of the British in Australia in 1788 to set up the colony of New South Wales until the 1940s.
A national project to preserve and promote Australia’s Avenues of Honour. The project is working with local communities across Australia to support efforts to document, preserve and restore Avenues and to plan and establish new ones.
The Australian Monument to the Great Irish Famine (1845-1852) was inspired by the arrival in Australia of over 4,000 single young women, most of whom were teenage orphans. They arrived under a special emigration scheme designed to resettle destitute girls from the workhouses of Ireland during the Great Famine.
A national memorial in Canberra to honour and pay tribute to working Australians who have died as a result of work-related accidents, incidents and disease
The Queensland War Memorial Register is dedicated to the memory of the fallen and those who served Australia in the Armed Services. The Register honours service personnel that were drawn from Queensland communities.
The Register documents war memorials in New South Wales, and the service personnel who were drawn from New South Wales communities.
The Memorial Park has an association with the Rocky Creek Australian Army Hospital or the troops that trained or provided unit support on the Atherton Tableland area in Queensland during World War Two.
Contains information regarding Australia's military history
This site contains photos, maps and text of the history of the Soldiers Memorial Avenue in Hobart, Tasmania, and the soldiers who are commemorated there and the current efforts to restore the avenue.
Contains information and images of sites relating to Victoria’s war history including war memorials, honour rolls, avenues of honour, memorial buildings, former defence sites and places of commemoration. It does not list moveable heritage objects such as honour rolls or museum collections.