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In many towns, suburbs and cities of Australia, individual public monuments and memorials have been used to commemorate more than one conflict that Australians have been involved in. In this category you will find the monuments and memorials which have not been erected for a specific conflict.

(Also during our research and collecting of information, if we could not find a reference to a specific conflict the monument or memorial was placed in this category. )

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Servicemen & Women
 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Servicemen & Women
Address: Church Street, Cenotaph, McCabe Park
City/Town: Wollongong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial plaque on Cenotaph commemorates the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander servicemen and women who served in all wars and conflicts defending Australia.



Avenue of Remembrance
 Avenue of Remembrance
Address: Trundle-Tullamore Road
City/Town: Trundle
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Athol and Kurrajong Trees planted to commemorate those who served in World Wars One and Two.   The trees are on both sides of the road and the first trees were planted on 1st July 1917.



A "Saluting Their Service " grant was received in July 2014 to install ten plaques and stands commemorating those from the area who served in World War One.



Lone Pine Memorial
 Lone Pine Memorial
Address: Great Western Highway & Woodlands Road, Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital
City/Town: Katoomba
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Lone Pine was the name given to a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915 during World War One and it was the sole survivor of a group of trees that had been cut down by Turkish soldiers who had used the timber and branches to cover their trenches.



The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia. Private Thomas Keith McDowell, a soldier of the 23rd battalion brought a pine cone from the battle site back to Australia, and many years later seeds from the cone were planted by his wife's aunt Emma Gray of Grassmere, near Warrnambool, Victoria and five seedlings emerged, with four surviving. These seedlings were planted in four different locations in Victoria: Wattle Park (May 8, 1933), the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne (June 11, 1933), the Soldiers Memorial Hall at The Sisters near Terang (June 18, 1933) and Warrnambool Botanic Gardens (January 23, 1934).



The Shrine of Remembrance's lone pine was felled in August 2012 and the timber used as part of a remembrance project, after a disease known as Diplodia pinea or blue stains fungus as it commonly called killed it.



Another soldier, Lance Corporal Benjamin Smith from the 3rd Battalion, also retrieved a cone and sent it back to his mother (Mrs McMullen) in Australia, who had lost another son at the battle. Seeds from the cone were planted by Mrs McMullen in 1928, from which two seedlings were raised. One was presented to her home town of Inverell (New South Wales) and the other was forwarded to Canberra where it was planted by Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester at the Australian War Memorial in October 1934.



Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Special Air Service
 Special Air Service
Address: Alfred Road West, Campbell Barracks
City/Town: Swanbourne
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A painting depicts the 50 year history of the Special Air Service Regiment.



The Australian Special Air Service was established on 25 July 1957 as the 1st Special Air Service Company. Then in 1960 the company became part of the Royal Australian Regiment and was given the responsibility for commando and special forces operations in the Australian Army. The SASR was expanded to three sabre squadrons and gained Regimental status on 20 August 1964 when the Australian Special Air Service Regiment (SASR) was established.



'Simpson and his Donkey'
'Simpson and his Donkey'
Address: King William Road & Sir Edwin Smith Avenue, Angas Garden
City/Town: North Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Monument of "Simpson and his Donkey" is a tribute to the service and sacrifice of our medical health personnel in all theatres of war.  The life-size bronze sculpture is of Private John Simpson Kirkpatrick and his donkey carrying a wounded soldier, from the frontlines at Gallipoli.



Adelaide has a strong link with the Australian Army Medical Corps. The city was home to the 3rd Field Ambulance from World War One until 1995. The South Australian connection was instrumental in the memorial and the reason this statue was erected in South Australia to commemorate that army corp and the dedication of the people involved.



John "Jack" Simpson Kirkpatrick (6 July 1892 – 19 May 1915), who served under the name John Simpson, was a stretcher bearer with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) during the Gallipoli Campaign in World War One. After landing at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915, he obtained a donkey and began carrying wounded British Empire soldiers from the frontline to the beach, for evacuation. He continued this work for three and a half weeks, often under fire, until he was killed. Simpson and his Donkey are a key part of the "Anzac legend".



 



 



`Lyle Rose` Returned Services League Memorial Park
`Lyle Rose` Returned Services League Memorial Park
Address: Fourth Avenue, Sawtell Memorial Park
City/Town: Sawtell
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Granite Memorial Cenotaph and Columbarium within park grounds with a number of dedicatory plaques



As a combined cemetery/memorial, names of those deceased during the previous year are added each November 11th.



 



" Mateship "
" Mateship "
Address: Newdegate Street, Greenslopes Private Hospital
City/Town: Greenslopes
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A sculpture commissioned by Greenslopes Private Hospital dedicated to Australian veterans and war widows. The sculpture has three components which feature the themes of mateship, service and sacrifice, compassion and remembrance.



Brisbane artists Laurindo de Abreu and Denise Murray designed the sculpture in consultation with the Hospital with assistance from art consultant Martin Stanton of Stanton Dewhurst  and architect Andrew Holmes of Phillips Smith Colwell. Many of the images were taken from specially selected photographs from the Australian War Memorial.



 



"A" Field Battery
"A" Field Battery
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the "A" Field Battery, Royal Australian Artillery during various conflicts.



 



"Advance Australia Fair "
"Advance Australia Fair "
Address: Wharf Street, Chris Cunningham Park
City/Town: Tweed Heads
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Statues depict children paying homage to the Australian Flag and giving thanks for freedom and democracy which is a legacy from all service men and women who served this country.



"At The Going Down of the Sun"
"At The Going Down of the Sun"
Address: 402 Bell Street, Darebin RSL
City/Town: Preston
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
"At The Going Down of the Sun" is a relief sculpture which commemorates the defence forces of Australia with particular reference to World War One and World War Two.

"City Diggers" Club War Memorial
"City Diggers" Club War Memorial
Address: Church & Burelli Streets, City Diggers Club
City/Town: Wollongong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have died or been killed in the varoius conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



 



"Memorial Ribbons"
"Memorial Ribbons"
Address: Jull Street, Memorial Park
City/Town: Armadale
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

"Memorial Ribbons" is a commemorative art piece which was unveiled on the 18th August 2012, the 46th anniversary of Long Tan Day .



Inspired by the ribbon bars on soldiers’ uniforms, the five striking columns of colour represent the major conflicts of WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam and contemporary Iraq, Afghanistan and East Timor. Text and pictures are incorporated into the artwork’s multi-colour safety glass panels describing the experiences of veterans from the Armadale district. The Memorial Ribbons, range in height from 2.77m to 4.6m.



"On The Square" Presentation Sculpture
"On The Square" Presentation Sculpture
Address: Staff Cadet Avenue, Royal Military College , Site adjacent To Cork Block
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Sculpture is a gift to the Royal Military College by the Class of 61 on the occasion in 2011 of their fiftieth anniversary and the centenary of the College.



The statue is a sculpture of a cadet on Defaulters Parade, dressed in marching order, carrying the rifle at the slope. The rifle, dress and equipment reveal the legacy of the 1939–1945 and Korean Wars and the focus of Duntroon on training infantry platoon commanders. It is the dress that the "Class of 61 " remembers well. They preferred the cadet having just stepped off following a “quick march” order—symbolising his advance to the future. The statue was unveiled by Lieutenant General David Morrison, AO, Chief of Army, on Tuesday 13 December 2011.



1 Australian Corps Petrol Park
1 Australian Corps Petrol Park
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 1st Australian Corps Petrol Park.



1 Field Squadron Sappers
1 Field Squadron Sappers
Address: Wharf Street, Chris Cunningham Park
City/Town: Tweed Heads
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates all 1 Field Squadron Sappers and explosive detection dogs of the Royal Australian Engineers who gave their lives.



105th Field Battery
105th Field Battery
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel of the 105th Field Battery who have served in various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



 



10th & 2nd/10th Memorial
10th & 2nd/10th Memorial
Address: Hackney Road, Grounds of St Peter`s College
City/Town: Hackney
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The 10th & 2/10th Memorial commemorates all who served in the battalions during World War One and World War Two.



10th Battalion, 50th Battalion & 2nd / 10th Battalion
10th Battalion, 50th Battalion & 2nd / 10th Battalion
Address: Goodwood & Daws Roads, Repatriation General Hospital Chapel
City/Town: Daw Park
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A plaque was donated to the chapel by members of the 10th Battalion AIF Association in memory of fallen and departed comrades who served with the 10th Battalion, 50th Battalion and 2nd / 10th Battalion in World Wars One and Two.



10th Infantry Battalion
10th Infantry Battalion
Address: King William Road , Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the 10th Battalion (formerly The Adelaide Rifles) soldiers that served in the Boer War, the 10th Battalion during World War One and 2/10th Battalion during World War Two. 10th Battalion soldiers were among the first wave of Australians to land at ANZAC Cove, Gallipoli on 25 April 1915.



10th Light Horse Memorial Seat
10th Light Horse Memorial Seat
Address: Apex Drive, Mount Clarence
City/Town: Albany
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

10th Light Horse Memorial Seat honours those who served in the 10th Light Horse in World War One and Two.



The 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment AIF was the only AIF light horse regiment recruited in Western Australia during the First World War. During the Second World War  the regiment underwent several name changes in order to show its varying roles. In 1943, it was gazetted as an Australian Imperial Force unit, after the majority of its personnel volunteered to serve overseas. This did not occur, though, and instead, its main task was the defence of south-west Australia.



10th Light Trench Mortar Battery
10th Light Trench Mortar Battery
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 10th Light Trench Mortar Battery.



11/28 Royal West Australian Regiment Memorial
11/28 Royal West Australian Regiment Memorial
Address: Stubbs Terrace, Irwin Barracks
City/Town: Karrakatta
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates those who have served in the 11/28 Royal West Australian Regiment. 




The 11th/28th Battalion, The Royal Western Australia Regiment (11/28 RWAR) is a Reserve infantry battalion of the Australian Army. Located in Western Australia, it is one of the two battalions of the Royal Western Australia Regiment, and forms the infantry component of the 13th Brigade.





The Battalion’s primary role is to train and develop individual soldiers for support to operations as reinforcements to the regular Army, or for short term voluntary operational deployment.



In recent years, 11th/28th Battalion soldiers have volunteered, and deployed, to support operations in Timor, Malaysia, Bougainville, Afghanistan and Iraq through the High Readiness Reserve.




11th & 2nd / 11th Battalions
11th & 2nd / 11th Battalions
Address: Fraser Avenue, Kings Park & Botanic Garden
City/Town: Kings Park
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A sundial commemorates the members of the 11th and 2nd / 11th Battalions who died or were killed in World Wars One and Two.



The 11th Battalion was among the first infantry units raised for the AIF during World War One. It was the first battalion recruited in Western Australia, and with the 9th, 10th and 12th Battalions it formed the 3rd Brigade.



The 2/11th was the first Western Australian battalion raised for service overseas during tWorld War Two.. Its formation began with the appointment of its first commanding officer on 13 October 1939 and by 7 November it was assembling at the newly-built Northam Camp to begin training. On 30 November it left Northam to join the 18th Brigade of the 6th Australian Division, a journey that would end at another new camp at Greta in New South Wales. The battalion returned to Western Australia in the middle of March and embarked at Fremantle for service overseas on 20 April 1940.



11th Infantry Brigade
11th Infantry Brigade
Address: The Strand, ANZAC Memorial Park
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates the 11th Infantry Brigade in all wars and the loss of lives in its assault on Porton Plantation in North Bouganville in June 1945 during World War Two.



The Battle of Porton Plantation (8–10 June 1945) took place at Porton Plantation, near the village of Soraken on Bougainville Island, in the Solomon Islands archipelago during World War Two. Involving forces from Australia, New Zealand and Japan, the battle was part of the wider Bougainville campaign, which had begun in late 1943 and lasted until the end of the war in August 1945.



The Battle of Porton Plantation was ultimately a defeat for the Australians, as the landing was repulsed and the Japanese remained in possession of the beachhead, albeit at significant cost. During the course of the landing and the subsequent withdrawal, the Australians suffered 23 killed or missing, presumed dead, and 106 wounded, while the Japanese lost 26 killed. Both sides seem to have overestimated the casualties that they inflicted, with the Australians believing that they had killed between 147 to 197 Japanese,and the Japanese estimating Australian losses to have been around 60 killed and 100 wounded.



12 Squadron
12 Squadron
Address: Victoria Drive, Torrens Parade Ground
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates all who saw service in 12 Squadron in peace and war.



Note: Plaque has been relocated from the RAAF Memorial Reserve which was located at Adelaide Airport.



125th Anniversary of 31st Battalion (The Kennedy Regiment)
125th Anniversary of 31st Battalion (The Kennedy Regiment)
Address: Mitchell & Isley Streets, Army Museum, Jezzine Barracks, Kissing Point
City/Town: North Ward
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates 125 years of continuous service of the 31st Battalion - Kennedy Regiment to the Australian Defence Force in Queensland.



The 31st Battalion, Royal Queensland Regiment (31 RQR) was a Reserve infantry battalion of the Australian Army. Although it was officially formed as 31 RQR in 1965 the battalion can trace its lineage back to units formed in 1881 as part of the colonial defence forces of the state of Queensland.



In 1881 a number of Volunteer Independent Rifle Companies were raised at Charters Towers, Townsville and Ravenswood. In 1886 these companies were brought together to form the 3rd Queensland (Kennedy) Regiment.  The regimental title of the 'Kennedy Regiment' was derived because the area in which the unit was raised had been explored largely by Edmund Kennedy in the mid 19th Century.



125th Anniversary of the Kennedy Regiment (31st Battalion)
125th Anniversary of the Kennedy Regiment (31st Battalion)
Address: Mitchell Street, Jezzine Barracks Army Museum
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates the 125th anniversary of continuous service of the Kennedy Regiment.



The regiment, which is now known as the 31st/42nd Battalion is one of the oldest battalions in the country, having existed in various forms throughout its history.



In 1881, a number of volunteer independent rifle companies were raised at Charters Towers, Townsville and Ravenswood and in 1886 these companies were brought together to form the 3rd Queensland - or Kennedy - Regiment. The battalion was proclaimed in Townsville on October 30, 1886.



12th Australian Infantry Battalion Memorial
12th Australian Infantry Battalion Memorial
Address: Davey Street, Anglesea Barracks
City/Town: Hobart
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Monument commemorates those who served in the 12th Australian Infantry Battalion during World Wars One and Two.



13th Field Artillery Brigade
13th Field Artillery Brigade
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 13th Field Artillery Brigade.



14th Australian General Hospital
14th Australian General Hospital
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 14th Australian General Hospital


14th Field Company Engineers
14th Field Company Engineers
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 14th Field Company Engineers.



15th Battalion & 2nd / 15th Battalion Memorial
15th Battalion & 2nd / 15th Battalion Memorial
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates the 15th Battalion A.I.F, 15th Battalion A.M.F & 2nd / 15th Battalion AIF who served in World Wars One and Two.



The 15th Battalion Memorial tablet was unveiled on the 8th August 1934 by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Leslie Wilson. Tasmania, who had contributed a large number of men to the battalion, was well represented at the unveiling ceremony. The battalion lost 36 officers and 1060 at Gallipoli. The Courier Mail (Brisbane), 8th August 1934.



 



The 15th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army. It was raised as part of the Australian Imperial Force for service during the First World War in September 1914. Drawing personnel from volunteers from Queensland and Tasmania, it formed part of the 4th Brigade together with the 13th, 14th and 16th Battalions. The battalion served at Gallipoli and on the Western Front before being disbanded in 1919.



The 2/15th Battalion was formed at Redbank in Brisbane on 1 May 1940. Along with the 2/13th Battalion and the 2/17th Battalion it formed the 20th Brigade in the Seventh Division of the Second AIF.



The 2/15th Battalion moved to Darwin in the Northern Territory in July 1940 to take on the role of Garrison Duty until October 1940 when they returned to Brisbane. They then moved to Sydney and left for Egypt on 28 December 1940.  They served at Tobruk and Palestine Hill 69 and then redeployed to Syria for rest and recovery and training. They then moved to El Alamein. They left Egypt for Australia on 25 January 1943.



The 2/15th arrived in Sydney on 27 February 1943 and moved northwards arriving on the Atherton Tablelands on 2 April 1943 where they undertook intensive jungle training. They arrived at Milne Bay in Papua New Guinea on 3 August 1943 where they trained in amphibious landings. After taking part in landings at Lae and Finchshafen they arrived back in Brisbane on 10 March 1944. They returned to the Atherton Tablelands for more training. They landed at Brunei Bay in Borneo on 10 June 1945. After the war had finished they arrived back at Brett's Wharf in Brisbane on 19 December 1945.



15th Field Ambulance
15th Field Ambulance
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 15th Field Ambulance.



18th Field Regiment Association Plaque
18th Field Regiment Association Plaque
Address: Argyle Place & Lower Fort Street, The Garrison Church
City/Town: Millers Point
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Plaque commemorates 18th Field Regiment Association Plaque was erected in memory of those who served with the 5th Field Artillery Brigade, 18th Field Artillery Brigade, 18th Field Regiment and the 18th Australian Field Regiment.

1st Armoured Regiment Association Memorial
1st Armoured Regiment Association Memorial
Address: 300 Waterdale Road, Repatriation Hospital
City/Town: Heidelberg
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the past, present and future personnel who have served in the 1st Armoured Regiment


 


1st Battalion Royal Australian Regiment Walkway
1st Battalion Royal Australian Regiment Walkway
Address: Bruce Hughway, Lavarack Barracks
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A walkway with a series of plaques commemorates the campaigns in which the First Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment has been involved in.



Monument characteristics :



Concrete pathway flanked on each side by four granite boulders, each with a brass plaque.



1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment
1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment during various conflicts since World War Two.



 



1st Field Regiment Memorial
1st Field Regiment Memorial
Address: Lloyd Street, Gallipoli Barracks
City/Town: Enoggera
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

1st Field Regiment Memorial honours those who served with the regiment in all campaigns.



The 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery is a close support regiment attached to the 7th Brigade at Enoggera Barracks in Queensland. The unit was formed in 1914 under the name 1st Australian Field Artillery Brigade, part of 1st Division Artillery during World War One and later served in World War Two and the Vietnam War.



1st Infantry Battalions
1st Infantry Battalions
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the Association of the 1st Infantry Battalions from Victoria.


1st Light Horse Regiment A.I.F & H.Q. 8th Division 2nd A.I F.
1st Light Horse Regiment A.I.F & H.Q. 8th Division 2nd A.I F.
Address: Florence & Evans Avenues, Florence Avenue Reserve
City/Town: Eastlakes
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Memorial plaques commemorate the 1st Light Horse Regiment A.I.F & H.Q.8th Division 2nd A.I F. who trained on the site prior to embarkation in both World Wars. The plaque was restored and rededicated in 1990.

1st Light Horse Regiment N.S.W. Lancers
1st Light Horse Regiment N.S.W. Lancers
Address: 195 Church Street , St John`s Anglican Church
City/Town: Parramatta
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brass plaque with coloured lettering to commemorate the handing over of the Colours to St John's Cathedral on June 1st 1924. The colours were transferred to the Royal New South Wales Lancers Memorial Museum in 1969.



The flag presented to the 1st Light Horse Regiment (Lancers), for service in the South African War, was dedicated on Sunday at St. John's Church, Parramatta, where it will permanently remain.

The Sydney Morning Herald, 3 June 1924.



1st Ordnance Field Park
1st Ordnance Field Park
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Tree commemorates the 1st Ordnance Field Park


2 RAR (Royal Australian Regiment)
2  RAR (Royal Australian Regiment)
Address: King William Road, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Monument dedicated to all members of 2RAR since its formation.



2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (2 RAR) is a regular light infantry battalion of the Australian Army. 2 RAR was first formed as the Australian 66th Battalion in 1945 and since then it has seen active service during the Korean War, Malayan Emergency and Vietnam War. In addition, the battalion has participated in peacekeeping operations in Japan, Rwanda, East Timor and the Solomon Islands and has contributed rifle companies to the security force protecting the Australian embassy in Baghdad following the 2003 invasion of Iraq. In May 2006, 2 RAR's headquarters, support company and a rifle company deployed to Iraq as part of the third rotation of the Al Muthanna Task Group. In June 2011, the battalion deployed to Urozgan Province, Afghanistan as Mentoring Task Force Three (MTF3). The battalion is currently based at Lavarack Barracks in Townsville where it forms part of the 3rd Brigade. It has been selected to become the Army's specialist amphibious infantry battalion.



200 years of Reserve Service
200 years of Reserve Service
Address: Brisbane Street, City Park
City/Town: Launceston
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates 200 years of service of the Naval, Army and Air Force reserves to Australia.



21st Battalion
21st Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 21st Battalion


23rd Battalion
23rd Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 23rd Battalion.



25th Battalion Memorial Wall
25th Battalion Memorial Wall
Address: O`Quinn Street
City/Town: Harristown
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates fallen comrades who served with the 25th Battalion.



The 25th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment Headquarters is one element of the Royal Queensland Regiment, that has military heritage back to the First World War. The Regiment has since been amalgamated to become the 25/49 Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment Headquarters. It maintains a company Headquarters in Toowoomba.



 



After the First World War the defence of the Australian mainland lay with the part-time soldiers of the Citizens Military Force (CMF), also known as the Militia. The Militia was organized to maintain the structure of the First AIF and kept the same numerical designations. The Militia units were distributed in the same areas the original AIF units were raised and known by the name of their shire. Thus, the 25th Infantry Battalion was the “Darling Downs Regiment”, as it was headquartered in Toowoomba.



 


25th Battalion Monument
25th Battalion Monument
Address: Burstow Street, East Creek Park
City/Town: East Toowoomba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
A monument commemorates the 25th Battalion, the Darling Downs Regiment and its service in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.

25th Royal Queensland Regiment Memorial
25th Royal Queensland Regiment Memorial
Address: Margaret & Burstow Streets, East Creek Park
City/Town: Toowoomba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Pine trees commemorate the members of 25th Royal Queensland Regiment who gave their lives for their country.



26th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Battery Memorial
26th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Battery Memorial
Address: Queen Elizabeth Drive, Hummock Hill Lookout
City/Town: Whyalla
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An plaque commemorates the 50th anniversary of the arrival at the site by the 26th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Battery during World War Two.



Between February 1942 and August 1944, the site was occupied by a anti-aircraft battery of four guns, a command post and a signals post to protect the BHP loading jetty and shipbuilding yards against the possibility of Japanese air and naval attacks.  



27th Battalion Royal South Australian Regiment Memorial
27th Battalion Royal South Australian Regiment Memorial
Address: Unley Road & Thomas Street, Memorial Gardens
City/Town: Unley
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A trench mortar commemorates the 27th Battalion Royal South Australian Regiment. The memorial was installed to mark the occasion of conferring the freedom of the city on the battalion.



The 27th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army. It was initially raised in 1915 as part of the First Australian Imperial Force for service during World War One. During the conflict, the battalion saw action briefly at Gallipoli before later fighting on the Western Front between 1916 and 1918. It was disbanded in 1919, but was re-raised in 1921 as part of the Citizens Force, which later became the "Militia". During World War Two the battalion was used mainly in a garrison role until the last year of the war when it was committed to the fighting against the Japanese during the Bougainville campaign.



29/46 Battalion
29/46 Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 29/46 Battalion


2nd /14th Light Horse Regiment ( Queensland Mounted Infantry)
2nd /14th Light Horse Regiment ( Queensland Mounted Infantry)
Address: Chauvel Drive, Gallipoli Barracks
City/Town: Enoggera
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates the 150th anniversary of the 2nd / 14th Light Horse Regiment ( Queensland Mounted Infantry) . 

 



The 2/14 LHR (QMI) was formed in 1952, though sentimentally traces its lineage to 1860.  Consequently, there was a claim that it was the oldest Australian Regular Army unit through the antecedent units 2nd Moreton Light Horse (QMI) and the 14th West Moreton Light Horse (QMI) and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2010.

 



The 2/14th Queensland Infantry was formed when volunteers were called by proclamation on 18th February 1860 by the first Governor of Queensland, Sir George Ferguson Bowen. In 1864 the unit was renamed Queensland Light Horse. Under the 'Defence Act of 1884' there was a reorganisation and the unit name changed in 1885 to Moreton Mounted Infantry.



Following the Shearers Strike of 1891 the Mounted Infantry units adopted the emu feather plumes to wear in their felt hats. It was also at this time that the emu was incorporated in the units badge. 



2nd Australian Imperial Force & Vietnam War Honour Roll
2nd Australian Imperial Force & Vietnam War Honour Roll
Address: Tingha Road, Inverell R.S.L. Museum, Inverell Pioneer Village
City/Town: Inverell
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The honour roll commemorates the servicemen and servicewomen who served in the 2nd Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.) during World War Two, and in the Vietnam War.



2nd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment
2nd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment
Address: George & Wynyard Streets, Royal Australian Regiment Memorial
City/Town: Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque attached to rear of Royal Australian Regiment Memorial commemorates those members of the 2nd Battalion who have served and those who have been killed on active service.



2nd Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (2 RAR) Memorial
2nd Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (2 RAR) Memorial
Address: Macquarie Court & Macarthur Road, Holsworthy Military base
City/Town: Holsworthy
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

2nd Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (2 RAR) Memorial


2nd Brigade Field Artillery
2nd Brigade Field Artillery
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 2nd Brigade Field Artillery of World War One and the 2nd Field Regiment of World War Two.



2nd Combat Engineer Regiment Memorial
2nd Combat Engineer Regiment Memorial
Address: Lloyd Street, Gallipoli Barracks
City/Town: Enoggera
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

2nd Combat Engineer Regiment Memorial is dedicated to those who have served with the regiment in all conflicts.



The 2nd Combat Engineer Regiment (2CER) is an Australian Army modular engineer regiment trained for sapper/combat engineer operations. 2 CER's lineage is traced back to 7th Field Company (7 Fd Coy). During World War One, this unit was renowned for action during the Battle of the Somme, Menin Road and the Hindenburg Line. During World War Two, it fought the Japanese at Kokoda and on Bougainville. The Regiment is located at Gallipoli Barracks in Brisbane, Queensland and is part of 7th Brigade, attached to HQ Forces Command. The unit has also served in Timor-Leste, Pakistan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Afghanistan.



2nd Field Company Engineers
2nd Field Company Engineers
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 2nd Field Company Engineers


2nd Machine Gun Battalion
2nd Machine Gun Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 2nd Machine Gun Battalion, 5th, 6th, 7th and 22nd Companies


3 Company, Royal Australian Army Service Corps
3 Company, Royal Australian Army Service Corps
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates those who served with 3 Company of the Royal Australian Army Service Corps.



3 Squadron
3 Squadron
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in 3 Squadron RAAF during World Wars One and Two.



 



3 Squadron Australian Flying Corps & 3 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force Roll of Honour
3 Squadron Australian Flying Corps & 3 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force Roll of Honour
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brass roll of honour located within the ANZAC Square Crypt, commemorating the service of individuals in the 3rd Squadron of the Australian Flying Corps during World War One, and the 3rd Squadron. Royal Australian Air Force, during World War Two.



30 Years of Services of Remembrance
30 Years of Services of Remembrance
Address: St. Paul`s Terrace, St. Paul`s Presbyterian Church
City/Town: Spring Hill
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
A plaque commemorates 30 consecutive years of services of remembrance in the church for the Legacy Club of Brisbane.

30th Infantry & 2nd / 30th Infantry Battalion Roll of Honour and Colours
30th Infantry & 2nd / 30th Infantry Battalion Roll of Honour and Colours
Address: 197 Macquarie Street, St Stephen`s Uniting Church
City/Town: Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A roll of honour and laid-up regimental colours of the 30th and 2nd / 30th Infantry Battalion commemorate those who served in World Wars One and two.



31st Battalion
31st Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 31st Battalion.



36 Squadron
36 Squadron
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in 36 Squadron RAAF in various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



36th Australian Infantry Battalion
36th Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who have served in the 36th Australian Infantry Battalion in The Boer War, World War One and World War Two.



 



38th Infantry Battalion ( Bendigo Battalion )
38th Infantry Battalion ( Bendigo Battalion )
Address: Pall Mall , Soldiers Memorial Institute Remembrance Wall
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque in remembrance of all who served and those who paid the supreme sacrifice between 1916 -1968.



39th Battalion
39th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A lemon scented gum tree commemorates the 39th Battalion which served in World Wars One and Two.



3rd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment
3rd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment
Address: King William Road & Victoria Drive, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates all who served in the 3rd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment.



3rd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment  (3 RAR) is a parachute infantry battalion of the Australian Army, based in Sydney. 3 RAR was initially formed in 1945 as the 67th Battalion and has seen active service in Japan, Korea, Malaya, South Vietnam, East Timor, the Solomon Islands, Afghanistan and Iraq. The Battalion is a rapid deployment light infantry unit which makes up a major part of Australia's Ready Deployment Force.



 



3rd Brigade Memorial
3rd Brigade Memorial
Address: Andrew Ball Drive, 3rd Brigade Headquarters, Lavarack Army Barracks
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the 3rd Brigade of the Australian Army.



The 3rd Brigade is a combined arms brigade of the Australian Army based around the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Battalions of the Royal Australian Regiment.   It was originally formed in 1914 for service during World War One taking part in the fighting at Gallipoli and on the Western Front in Europe.



During World War Two the brigade was used in a defensive role before it was disbanded in 1944.  It was restablished 1967 for service during the Vietnam War and went on to provide the nucleus of the deployment to East Timor during the Australian led intervention in 1999.



3rd Divisional Train Army Service Corps
3rd Divisional Train Army Service Corps
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 3rd Divisional Train Army Service Corps.



3rd Task Force Memorial
3rd Task Force Memorial
Address: Andrew Ball Drive, Lavarack Barracks
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates those who have served in the 3rd Task Force and those who have died or been killed under non-operational circumstances



4 Army Co-operation Squadron
4 Army Co-operation Squadron
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 4 Army Co-operation Squadron Australian Flying Corps (AFC) and RAAF during World Wars One and Two.



 



4 RAR (Commando)
4 RAR (Commando)
Address: Holsworthy Barracks, 4 RAR Museum
City/Town: Holsworthy
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque dedicated to members who were killed in war and peace operations.


4 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force
4 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force
Address: Argyle Place & Lower Fort Street, The Garrison Church
City/Town: Millers Point
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates those who served with No 4 Squadron Australian Flying Corps during World War One and No 4 Army Co-op Squadron during World War Two.



The squadron was previously a fighter and army co-operation unit active in both World War One and World War Two. Originally formed in late 1917, the squadron served on the Western Front as part of the Australian Flying Corps until the armistice in November 1918. It was disbanded after the war in mid-1919, but was later re-raised twice in 1937 and 1940 before deploying to New Guinea in 1942 where it supported military forces by spotting for artillery and providing reconnaissance and close air support. As the war progressed, the squadron also took part in the Huon Peninsula, New Britain and Borneo campaigns. It was disbanded in early 1948, but was re-formed in 2009 to provide training to forward air controllers and to support Special Operations Command.



40th Australian Infantry Battalion Memorial
40th Australian Infantry Battalion Memorial
Address: Davey Street, Anglesea Barracks Memorial Garden
City/Town: Hobart
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Monument commemorates those who served in the 40th Australian Infantry Battalion.



The 40th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army. Raised in 1916 as part of the Australian Imperial Force during the First World War, the battalion was recruited completely from Tasmania as part of the 10th Brigade, 3rd Division During the war the battalion served in the trenches along the Western Front and had the distinction of having two of its members awarded the Victoria Cross. The battalion was disbanded in 1919, however was re-raised in 1921 as part of the Citizens Force, serving as a part-time unit in Tasmania throughout the inter-war years. During the Second World War, the 40th remained in Australia until it was amalgamated with the 12th Battalion. It was disbanded in 1946, but was later re-raised in the 1950s before being subsumed into the Royal Tasmania Regiment in 1960. In 1987, it was merged into the 12th/40th Battalion, Royal Tasmania Regiment.



42nd Infantry Battalion Memorial Pool
42nd Infantry Battalion Memorial Pool
Address: 330-360 Berserker Street
City/Town: North Rockhampton
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

42nd Infantry Battalion Memorial Pool erected in memory of those who served with the 42nd Battalion (Capricornia Regiment)  in both World Wars. The 50 metre pool is located in the Rockpool Water Park.



43rd & 2nd/43rd Infantry Battalion Colours
43rd & 2nd/43rd Infantry Battalion Colours
Address: 11 Wakefield Street, St Francis Xavier Cathedral
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Battalion Colours commemorate the officers and men killed and those wounded from the battalions in both World Wars. The colours were rededicated in 1995.



45th Infantry Battalion
45th Infantry Battalion
Address: Boundary Road , Mortdale Memorial Park
City/Town: Mortdale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates all those who have served in the 45th Infantry Battalion since the unit was formed in March 1916



46th Battalion
46th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 46th Battalion


49th Australian Infantry Battalion Memorial
49th Australian Infantry Battalion Memorial
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The bronze and marble 49th Australian Infantry Battalion Memorial is dedicated to the fallen of both World Wars.  There is an extensive Roll of Honour surrounding the main plaque.



The 49th Infantry Battalion Memorial Plaque was unveiled by Colonel Lorenzo who was the original Commanding Officer of the Battalion. He trained and organised the unit in Egypt in early 1916, from men composed of recruits from Queensland and partly from veterans of the 9th Battalion. The plaque was unveiled on the 3rd March 1935 and was designed by a member of the battalion, Mr.M.H.E.Henderson.

The Courier-Mail, 25th February & 4th March 1935.


 



4th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment Memorial
4th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment Memorial
Address: King William Road & Victoria Drive, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial dedicated to those who served and who lost their lives in Malaysia, Vietnam and Afghanistan while serving with the regiment.



4th Division Signal Company
4th Division Signal Company
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 4th Division Signal Company.



4th Field Regiment Memorial
4th Field Regiment Memorial
Address: Bruce Highway, Lavarack Army Barracks
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the 4th Field Regiment Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



The monument consists of three walls with a number of plaques mounted on each wall



4th Infantry Regiment Memorial
4th Infantry Regiment Memorial
Address: Church Street, Christ Church Cathedral
City/Town: Newcastle
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The 4th Infantry Regiment Memorial commemorates the 100th anniversary of the formation of the 4th Infantry Regiment in Newcastle on 6 March 1884 and honours citizens of the Newcastle who have served in defence of Australia in peace and war.



5 Airfield Construction Squadron
5 Airfield Construction Squadron
Address: 300 Waterdale Road, Repatriation Hospital
City/Town: Heidelberg
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the personnel who served in, and those who lost their lives in the 5 Airfield Construction  


5 Airfield Construction Squadron - "The Flying Shovels"
5 Airfield Construction Squadron - "The Flying Shovels"
Address: Victoria Drive, Torrens Parade Ground
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Plaque in memory of fallen comrades of No 5 Construction Squadron and other airfield construction squadrons who served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Note: Plaque has been relocated from the RAAF Memorial Reserve which was located at Adelaide Airport.



5 Army Co-operation Squadron
5 Army Co-operation Squadron
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 5 Army Co-operation Squadron Australian Flying Corps (AFC) and RAAF during World Wars One and Two.



 



50th Anniversary 111th AGH Military Hospital
50th Anniversary 111th AGH Military Hospital
Address: Midland Highway
City/Town: Campbell Town
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the 111th AGH Military Hospital which was established in 1942 during World War Two.



50th Anniversary RAAF Apprentices & J.E.A.T Scheme
50th Anniversary RAAF Apprentices & J.E.A.T Scheme
Address: Sturt Highway, Bolton Park
City/Town: Wagga Wagga
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A Vampire jet A79-612 commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Royal Australian Air Force (R.A.A.F.) apprentices and J.E.A.T. scheme.



On the 2nd February 1948, the first group of 53 youths aged 15–17 who had been selected for engineering training under the RAAF’s new apprenticeship scheme entered the Ground Training School at Forest Hill (Allonville) outside Wagga Wagga.



50th Anniversary-Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women
50th Anniversary-Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women
Address: Argyle Place & Lower Fort Street, The Garrison Church
City/Town: Millers Point
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women and is dedicated to all those who served.



The Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women is an ex-service association. Formed in December 1944 from a number of existing organisations, membership of the legion is open to all ex-service personnel, including British Commonwealth and Allied personnel, and former members of the peace-time Australian regular and reserve forces. The legion has branches in each state, and sub-branches in major cities and towns, with its national headquarters located in Melbourne, Victoria.



51st Battalion Australian Imperial Forces
51st Battalion Australian Imperial Forces
Address: Kennedy Highway, Rocky Creek Memorial Park
City/Town: Rocky Creek
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A Plaque dedicated to all who served with the 51st Battalion since the Battalion's inception in March 1916. The battalion has seen service in the Boer War and both World Wars. The plaque has the unit colours of the 51st Battalion Far North Queensland Regiment and the 31st / 51st Battalion Second Australian Imperial Force.



54th Battalion Memorial
54th Battalion Memorial
Address: 624 Limekilns Road, Rossmore Park
City/Town: Forest Grove
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The memorial is a granite tablet with a bronze plaque, below the plaque is a metal colour patch in the battalion colours. The tablet sits on a concrete brick plinth in a raised bed of gravel and there is a flagpole behind. The Property was an Army camp from 1940 until the end of World War Two.

 



54th Battery
54th Battery
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 54th Battery Field Artillery.



55th Battery
55th Battery
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 55th Battery.



57 / 60th Battalion Honour Roll
57 / 60th Battalion Honour Roll
Address: RSL Club
City/Town: Preston
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

57 / 60th Battalion Honour Roll


5th / 7th Battalion (Mechanised) Royal Australian Regiment
5th / 7th Battalion (Mechanised) Royal Australian Regiment
Address: George & Wynyard Streets, Royal Australian Regiment Memorial
City/Town: Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates those who served in the 5th/7th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment. 



The 5th/7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (Mechanised) was a mechanised infantry battalion of the Australian Army. The battalion was based at Robertson Barracks in Palmerston, Northern Territory and formed part of the 1st Brigade. It was formed in 1973 by linking both the 5th and 7th Battalions of the Royal Australian Regiment together. In late 2006, as part of the expansion of the Australian Army, the unit was broken up into two separate battalions once again. The unit saw service in East Timor and Iraq. 



5th and 7th Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (5/7 RAR) Memorial
5th and 7th Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (5/7 RAR) Memorial
Address: Macquarie Court & Macarthur Road, Holsworthy Military base
City/Town: Holsworthy
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

5th and 7th Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (5/7 RAR) Memorial


5th Battalion
5th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Tree commemorates the 5th Battalion


5th Battalion RAR
5th Battalion RAR
Address: Wharf Street, Memorial Walkway, Chris Cunningham Park
City/Town: Tweed Heads
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates 5th Battalion RAR and is dedicated in memory of those from the regiment who were killed, wounded and served in campaigns all around the world.



60th Anniversary of Peacekeeping
60th Anniversary of Peacekeeping
Address: The Strand,
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
A native tree (Melaleuca leucodendra) commemorates the 60th anniversary of peacekeeping operations by the Australian Defence Forces which commenced in September 1947.

60th Anniversary of the Royal Australian Regiment
60th Anniversary of the Royal Australian Regiment
Address: The Strand, ANZAC Memorial Park
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
A memorial commemorates the 60th anniversary of the Royal Australian Regiment.

61 & 62 Works Wings
61 & 62 Works Wings
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 61 & 62 Works Wings RAAF during various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



6th Australian Light Horse Memorial
6th Australian Light Horse Memorial
Address: Short Street, Cooke Park
City/Town: Parkes
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates all those who served in 6th Australian Light Horse Regiment and the New South Wales Mounted Rifles. The tree in front of which is a bronze plaque on a block of red granite on a concrete slab.



6th Battalion
6th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 6th Battalion.



6th Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment Plaque
6th Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment Plaque
Address: Ann Street, Shrine of Memories, ANZAC Square
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 6th Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment Plaque



6th Field Ambulance
6th Field Ambulance
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 6th Field Ambulance.



6th Field Artillery Brigade
6th Field Artillery Brigade
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 6th Field Artillery Brigade.



7 Field Squadron Memorial
7 Field Squadron Memorial
Address: Lloyd Street, Gallipoli Barracks
City/Town: Enoggera
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

7 Field Squadron Memorial commemorates all those who served.



No further information known as at July 2013



75 Squadron Memorial Garden & Honour Roll
75 Squadron Memorial Garden & Honour Roll
Address: Carson Drive, RAAF Base Tindal
City/Town: Tindal
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial Garden & Honour Roll dedicated to members of 75 Squadron RAAF.



No. 75 Squadron is a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) fighter unit based at RAAF Base Tindal in the Northern Territory. The squadron was formed in 1942 and saw extensive action in the South West Pacific theatre of World War II, operating P-40 Kittyhawks. It was disbanded in 1948, but reformed the following year and operated jet aircraft throughout the Cold War. The squadron was based at Malta from 1952 to 1954, flying de Havilland Vampires, and Malaysia from 1968 to 1983, with Dassault Mirage IIIs, before returning to Australia.

The squadron was re-equipped with F/A-18 Hornet fighters and moved to RAAF Base Tindal in 1988. It was placed on alert to support the Australian-led INTERFET peacekeeping deployment to East Timor in 1999 and saw combat in 2003 as part of the Australian contribution to the invasion of Iraq.



77 Squadron
77 Squadron
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 77 Squadron RAAF during World War Two.



79 Squadron
79 Squadron
Address: Great Northern Highway, 79 Squadron Headquarters, RAAF Base Pearce
City/Town: Bullsbrook
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial shaped as a 'spitting cobra' is dedicated to the service of those who served in 79 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force (R.A.A.F) from  World War Two to the present date.



No. 79 Squadron is a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) flight training unit. The squadron has been formed on four occasions since 1943. It saw combat during World War Two as a fighter unit equipped with Supermarine Spitfires, before being disbanded in 1945. It was reactivated between 1962 and 1968 to operate CAC Sabres from Ubon Air Base in Thailand and was active in Malaysia between 1986 and 1988 with Mirage III fighters.



The squadron was re-formed in its present incarnation during 1998 and is currently stationed at RAAF Base Pearce, where it has operated Hawk 127 jet training aircraft since 2000.



7th Australian Field Ambulance Plaque
7th Australian Field Ambulance Plaque
Address: Ann Street, Shrine of Memories, ANZAC Square
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 7th Australian Field Ambulance Plaque honours those who served in both World Wars.



No further information known as at July 2013



7th Battalion
7th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the 7th Battalion.



7th Battalion RAR -50 Years of Service
7th Battalion RAR -50 Years of Service
Address: King William Road, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque and plinth commemorate 50 years of service of the 7th Battalion RAR.



The 7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (7 RAR) is a regular infantry battalion of the Australian Army. It was originally raised in 1965 as part of Australia's commitment to the Vietnam War and it eventually served two tours in Vietnam in 1967 and 1971. In 1973, following Australia's withdrawal from the conflict, the battalion was amalgamated with the 5th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment to form the 5th/7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (5/7 RAR).



These two units remained linked until 2007, during which time they served together in the mechanised infantry role in East Timor and Iraq. In December 2006 – early January 2007, 5/7 RAR was delinked and 7 RAR was re-raised. In January 2009, 7 RAR achieved operational status, a year ahead of schedule. It is currently part of the 1st Brigade and is based at RAAF Base Edinburgh in Adelaide.



7th Battalion RAR Honour Roll
7th Battalion RAR Honour Roll
Address: King William Road, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Honour roll on granite plinth commemorates the 34 members of the 7th Battalion RAR who have died over the last 50 years.

7th Battalion Shield
7th Battalion Shield
Address: Argyle Place & Lower Fort Street, The Garrison Church
City/Town: Millers Point
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
The 7th Battalion Shield commemorates those from the battalion who served in World War One, World War Two and Vietnam.

7th Brigade
7th Brigade
Address: Delaware Street, 7th Brigade Park
City/Town: Geebung
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A Memorial Avenue of Brush Box trees (Lophostemon confertus), recognising the contribution of Brisbane servicemen and women since 1859 and to commemorate 7th Brigade's long military association with the Park. The trees were planted during Queensland's 150th anniversary celebrations. 



The Avenue starts in Delaware Street near the intersection with Waring Street and stretches south into 7th Brigade Park before turning north following the bike/walking track.  Rosemary bushes are planted at the trees where the avenue commences.



7th Brigade Park Avenue of Honour
7th Brigade Park Avenue of Honour
Address: Delaware Street, 7th Brigade Park
City/Town: Chermside
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
An avenue of Brush Box trees commemorates the contribution and sacrifice made by Brisbane`s servicemen and women in the various conflicts since since 1859 and the 7th Brigade Park`s long military association in Queensland.

7th Field Regiment RAA - North Sydney School of Arts Plaque
7th Field Regiment RAA - North Sydney School of Arts Plaque
Address: Mount Street & Miller Street
City/Town: North Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

North Sydney School of Arts Plaque contains a dedication from the 7th Field Regiment RAA Association in memory of those who served. The 7th Field Regiment used the North Sydney School of Arts building as a Training Depot for the the 7th Field Brigade Australian Field Artillery between 1921 to 1929.



81 Fighter Wing
81 Fighter Wing
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 81 Fighter Wing during World War Two.



 



817 Squadron
817 Squadron
Address: Cutting Road, Goolwa RSL
City/Town: Goolwa
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates members of the 817 Squadron who have died since the Squadron's adoption by the town of Goolwa. 



The Squadron farewelled it’s adopted home town of Goolwa, South Australia, in the last week of February 2011 conducting school visits, flying displays, a freedom of entry parade on 26 February and a re-dedication of the 817 Squadron memorial at the Goolwa RSL sub-branch, honouring those who have lost their lives while serving with the Squadron.



82 Fighter Squadron
82 Fighter Squadron
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 82 Squadron RAAF.



 



8th Battalion
8th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 8th Battalion


8th Field Company Engineers
8th Field Company Engineers
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 8th Field Company Engineers


90th Birthday of the Australian Army
90th Birthday of the Australian Army
Address: Sturt Highway & Docker Street
City/Town: Wagga Wagga
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A Scorpion M113 tank presented to the people of Wagga Wagga by the Commander and all ranks of the Kapooka Military Area on the occasion of the 90th birthday of the Australian Army. 



The history of the Australian Army dates back to colonial forces, prior to the Federation of Australia in 1901. Some of colonial forces, which served the states of Australia at the time, were gradual united into federal units between 1899 to 1903; thus forming the beginning of the Australian Army.



As the Boer War raged, the Commonwealth of Australia was founded on 1 January 1901. On 1 March, 28,923 colonial soldiers, being 1,457 professional soldiers, 18,603 paid militia and 8,863 unpaid volunteers, were transferred to the new Australian Army. However, the individual units continued to be administered under the various colonial Acts. Maj. Gen. Sir Edward Hutton, a former commander of the New South Wales Military Forces, became the first commander of the Commonwealth Forces on 26 December and set to work devising an integrated structure for the new army. The Defence Act of 1903 brought all of the units under one piece of legislation. 



9th Australian Division Cavalry / 2/9th Cavalry (Commando) Regiments
9th Australian Division Cavalry / 2/9th Cavalry (Commando) Regiments
Address: Kennedy Highway, Rocky Creek Memorial Park
City/Town: Rocky Creek
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A Plaque commemorates those of the 9th Australian Division Cavalry Regiment and the 2/9th Australian Cavalry (Commando) Regiments who paid the supreme sacrifice in both World Wars.



A.N.A. St Arnaud Branch Honour Roll
A.N.A. St Arnaud Branch Honour Roll
Address: McMahon & Raglan Streets, Liberty Hall
City/Town: St Arnaud
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World Wars one and two.



Monument characteristics :



A polished wooden board



Abbotsham Honour Board
Abbotsham Honour Board
Address: Castra Road
City/Town: Abbotsham
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A dark wooden honour roll commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two.



The hall was filled to capacity on Sunday for the unveiling of the honor roll of personnel of two World Wars. The Warden (Cr. L. G. Vertigan) presided. He introduced Cr. H. E. Boon, who led the prayers and gave an address. Mr. Fred Skip worth's rendition of "Just For Today" and Miss Betty Bishop's "The Holy City" were much appreciated. Miss Clare Saltmarsh was accompanist. Appropriate hymns were sung by the congregation, accompanied by Mrs. G. M. Lakin at the piano. The Warden introduced Mr. P. F. Andrews, president of the Ulverstone sub-branch of the R.S.L., who, after a short address, unveiled the honor roll. The Last Post was sounded by Mr. Adam Quantrell.

Advocate (Burnie), 7th May 1948.



 



Aberdeen Cenotaph
Aberdeen Cenotaph
Address: 23 Moray Street, RSL Club
City/Town: Aberdeen
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Aberdeen Cenotaph (The William Allen Memorial) commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Aberdeen Honour Roll
Aberdeen Honour Roll
Address: 23 Moray Street, RSL Club
City/Town: Aberdeen
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War Two, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and the Malaya and Borneo conflicts.



Abermain War Memorial
Abermain War Memorial
Address: Cessnock Road , Jeffries Memorial Park
City/Town: Abermain
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Abermain War Memorial is a granite roll of honour originally erected to commemorate those who enlisted in World War One. The four sides of the monument contain the names of those who enlisted. The memorial now contains Australia Remembers Plaques which were placed under the flagpoles on either side of the memorial in 1995 commemorating those who served in World War Two.



The Abermain war record is one that might well be envied by the people of many a larger town in Australia. When the call from the Motherland reached this colliery township there was no hesitation about the attitude of the people and the town was well represented in the first transports from Australla. The reinforcements were well kept up, so that over 200 went out into the fight, and of these 39 will never return. Those who remained at home were loyal to their soldier comrades as the records of their Comforts, the Farewell and Reception Committees can testify. All appeals for war purposes met with generous responses, and, on Saturday last, the town's war efforts were crowned by the unveiling of the massive granite monument, on the main road, opposite the school of arts. There was a large gathering preslded over by Mr. Richard Howe, who was supported on the platform by Mrs. Joshua Jeffries, mother of Captain Clarence Jeffries, V.C., the Dean of Newcastle and Mrs. Crotty.



Mrs. Joshua Jeffries, who was called upon by the chairman to unveil the memorlal, said: "I would like to express my thanks to the committee for their kind invitation to unveil this monument which forms a permanent recognition of the efforts of those men who volunteered for active service abroad to defend our liberty, and all that we, as Britishers, hold dear. Thanks to the efforts of men like these whose names are inscribed on this roll of honour, Australia remains today a free country. As a result of the recent world tragedy, neary 60,000 of the flower of Australia lie buried in foreign countries. They made the greatest of all sacrifices, and it is our duty to make ourselves worthy of their sacrifice, to carry on, and play the game, as we know, Australians can. On behalf of the people of Abermain. I now unveil this monument to the everlasting memory of those men who did their duty."



As the flag slipped to the base of the monument revealing the four panels bearing the names, the returned soldiers stood to attentlon, and saluted, and civilians stood with bowed heads.

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW), 10 November 1919.



 



 



Abingdon Downs War Memorial
Abingdon Downs War Memorial
Address: 95 kms N of Georgetown
City/Town: Abingdon Downs
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

War Memorial on a private cattle station.



No further information known as at July 2013



Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Veterans Mobile Memorial
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Veterans Mobile Memorial
Address: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Veterans & Services NSW Branch
City/Town: Merrylands
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Mobile memorial for use at the annual commemoration service for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Servicemen and Women at the Australian War Memorial in Hyde Park Sydney during reconciliation week as well as ceremonies around New South Wales. 


Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander War Memorial
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander War Memorial
Address: Victoria Drive, Torrens Parade Ground
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who served in the Australian military in war and peace. A World War One nurse and a World War Two soldier cast in bronze on a large boulder overlook the ritual circle which includes a Coolamon dish on another rock to be used for smoking ceremonies. There is also a winding path that leads to the memorial containing the names of indigenous servicemen and servicewomen. 



The Australian Defence Force has a long indigenous history, with indigenous military members fighting in all major conflicts since the Boer War. More than 3000 indigenous Australians enlisted during World War Two. Another 150-200 served as de facto servicemen, patrolling and performing other military duties along the north Australian coast, while 3000 indigenous Australians supported the World War Two defence effort as civilian labourers. Across the Top End, indigenous soldiers have played a significant role in the Regional Force Surveillance Units and on border protection command operations such as Operation Resolute.



 



Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander War Memorial & Mural
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander War Memorial & Mural
Address: 14 Farley Grove, Salisbury High School
City/Town: Salisbury North
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

War memorial and mural dedicated to Aboriginal Service men and women who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders Memorial Plaque
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders Memorial Plaque
Address: Bernard Place, RSL Garden of Remembrance
City/Town: Port Lincoln
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders who died in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Memorial
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Memorial
Address: Forrest Drive, Kings Park & Botanic Garden
City/Town: Kings Park
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The memorial commemorates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who have died or been killed in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Aboriginal Honour Roll
Aboriginal Honour Roll
Address: Toomelah Road, Toomelah Mission
City/Town: Toomelah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Honour roll plaque listing the names of 13 Toomelah and district Aboriginal veterans who served in both world wars and the Vietnam war including those of Len Waters, the first Aboriginal fighter pilot, who served over Papua New Guinea in World War Two, and Vietnam veterans Terry Stacey and George Cubby.



The Toomelah Aboriginal Mission is an Indigenous community in the far north of inland New South Wales, Australia in Moree Plains Shire. The mission is located on the Newell Highway north of Moree and is close to the town of Goondiwindi across the border in Queensland. Boggabilla is a sister community just inside the NSW border.



 



Aboriginal Servicemen and Women
Aboriginal Servicemen and Women
Address: High & Swanbourne Streets, War Memorial, Monument Hill
City/Town: Fremantle
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque pays tribute to aboriginal people who served in conflict.



In war, many Indigenous soldiers found a camaraderie and respect which crossed cultural boundaries. But even to be allowed to serve in conflicts up to the 1960s, they were forced to denounce their Aboriginality and were paid less than their European counterparts. Until recently their service to their country in wartime was largely unrecognised.



Aboriginal Servicemen Memorial
Aboriginal Servicemen Memorial
Address: Manning River Drive, Marrangbah Cottage Aged Respite Centre
City/Town: Purfleet
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates local Aboriginal servicemen who have served in all wars and conflict.


Aboriginal Servicemen Memorial
Aboriginal Servicemen Memorial
Address: Steere Street N & Johnston Street, Collie
City/Town: Collie
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial to Aboriginal Servicemen dedicated to those Aboriginal veterans who served their homeland. This Memorial is thought to be the first indigenous war memorial in Western Australia.



Aboriginal War Services Memorial
Aboriginal War Services Memorial
Address: Merri Street, Cannon Hill, next to War memorial roundabout
City/Town: Warrnambool
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Aboriginal War Services Memorial is Victoria's first public memorial to Aborigines who served Australia in war time.



Aboriginal, Torres Strait & South Sea Islanders
Aboriginal, Torres Strait & South Sea Islanders
Address: Kennedy Highway, Rocky Creek Memorial Park
City/Town: Rocky Creek
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A Plaque dedicated to all Aboriginal, Torres Strait and South Sea Islanders who served or fell for their country in war.



Acacia Ridge War Memorial
Acacia Ridge War Memorial
Address: Mortimer Road & Oxley Street, Grenier Park
City/Town: Acacia Ridge
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Acacia Ridge War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



Acknowledgement of Country Plaque
Acknowledgement of Country Plaque
Address: Willmetts Street, H.M.A.S. Harman
City/Town: Harman
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
An ‘Acknowledgement of Country’ plaque, recognises the Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander service men and women who have contributed to the defence of Australia.

‘Acknowledgement of Country’ is an important formality in a reconciled Australia. It provides Australians from a wide range of organisations with the opportunity to acknowledge Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people as Traditional Custodians of the land and to pay their respects.






 

Acland War Memorial
Acland War Memorial
Address: Francis Street, Tom Doherty Park
City/Town: Acland
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Acland War Memorial contains an honour roll of those from the district who served in World War One, World War Two, Korea and Vietnam.



Four ladies, Thelma Beutel, Dulcie Mason, Daisy Perkins and Coral Kelly, were the instigators of the building of the Acland war memorial slab. They took twelve months to raise the funds and trace the relatives of those to be named on it. Names are listed of 16 who served in World War One; 58, including four women, in World War Two and the British Commonwealth Occupation of Japan; one who was killed in Korea; and 6 who served in Vietnam.



ACT Memorial
ACT Memorial
Address: Ainslie Avenue & London Circuit
City/Town: Civic
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial honours men and women who have an association with the ACT and who served in conflicts, peacekeeping missions and related service throughout the world, some of whom paid the supreme sacrifice.


Adaminaby Memorial Hall
Adaminaby Memorial Hall
Address: Denison & York Streets
City/Town: Adaminaby
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Adaminaby Memorial Hall


Adaminaby War Memorial
Adaminaby War Memorial
Address: Denison & York Streets
City/Town: Adaminaby
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

War memorial previously sited in Old Adaminaby and relocated to new site.


Adamstown Uniting Church Honour Board
Adamstown Uniting Church Honour Board
Address: 228 Brunker Road, Adamstown Uniting Church
City/Town: Adamstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Adamstown Uniting Church Honour Board is dedicated to all men and women who have served in the Australian Defence Force or Allied Forces since World War One.



 



Adelong Memorial Gates
Adelong Memorial Gates
Address: Lynch & Campbell Streets, Memorial Park
City/Town: Adelong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Adelong Memorial Gates


Adelong War Memorial
Adelong War Memorial
Address: Lynch & Campbell Streets, Memorial Park
City/Town: Adelong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Adelong War Memorial in memory of returned and fallen soldiers was unveiled by Mr Ball, The Minister for Works in October 1922. The memorial which features an Australian soldier was subscribed for locally and erected at a cost of nearly ₤500.  


Adventure Bay State School Roll of Honour
Adventure Bay State School Roll of Honour
Address: Bruny Island Main Road , Alonnah Community Hall
City/Town: Alonnah
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Honour roll commemorates past students of the Adventure Bay State School who served in World Wars One and Two.  It lists 12 names



Agery War Memorial
Agery War Memorial
Address: Moonta-Agery Road, Agery Memorial Park
City/Town: Agery
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Agery War Memorial contains an honour roll which commemorates those who served in World War Two and Vietnam.



Agnes Water - Seventeen Seventy Cenotaph
Agnes Water - Seventeen Seventy Cenotaph
Address: Round Hill Road & Captain Cook Drive
City/Town: Agnes Water
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Agnes Water - Seventeen Seventy Cenotaph commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



Ainslie Primary School Memorial
Ainslie Primary School Memorial
Address: Donaldson Street, Foyer of Ainslie Primary School
City/Town: Braddon
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial is a statuette of a soldier in battle gear. There is a time capsule inside the pedestal, behind the plaque. It was put there in 1939 and is said to include a list of old boys who went to World War One and a piece of flag which may be from Gallipoli.



Two hundred small voices cheered with relief when a brass plaque was levered away from the base of an old foot soldier's statuette in Ainslie Public School's entrance hall yesterday. 



Under the plaque was a niche that had been crammed with the goodies of the militaristic days of 38 years ago. Until yesterday, no one was sure, but it was suspected that some sort of time capsule had been hidden in the statuette's pedestal. So when the school's principal, Mrs Maureen Ewer, said there would be a search, the entrance hall was suddenly filled with hopeful children.  At first there were sighs of despair from the children when the teak pedestal (built from the timbers of the HMAS Sydney) was turned over to check its hollow base. There was only a pile of dust underneath. Then the little plaque was levered away, revealing several neatly-folded relics — bringing a loud cheer from the audience of children. First to come out of the niche was a tiny Union Jack painted on to a scrap of silk. It had been "posted from the trenches on Gallipoli by an ANZAC soldier on September 29, 1915, with a comment: "Keeping the flag flying".



The people who donated the statuette in 1939, all members of the local RSL (then called the Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League of Australia), had enclosed a typewritten message about their links with the Ainslie school. The message also praised the "fine architectural lines of this building; its symetrical propor tions; its adequate ventilation and ample natural light combined with the modern features of school equipment make it an eminently suitable place for educational purposes". It also had a bit to say about patriotism, which was a topical subject in 1939. Of course, the relics included a newspaper clipping — of The Canberra Times of April 25,1939. The clipping included a page two article on the gift to the school of its little bronze ANZAC statuette.  The Canberra Times clipping said the statuette was modelled on an original sculpture by the late C. Web. Gilbert of Melbourne. Another piece of paper found in the niche was a list of members of the RS and SILA members who donated the statuette to the school.

The Canberra Times (ACT), 25th June 1977.



Air Defence Squadron Memorial Wall
Air Defence Squadron Memorial Wall
Address: Southern Amberley Road, RAAF Base
City/Town: Amberley
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Air Defence Squadron Memorial Wall commemorates airforce personnel who have lost their lives while in the service of their country. The wall contains various plaques and honour rolls dedicated in memory of fallen personnel.





 



Air Force Memorial Gates
Air Force Memorial Gates
Address: Brown & Lonsdale Streets, Melville Oval
City/Town: Hamilton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Air Force Memorial Gates



Air Force Park Memorial
Air Force Park Memorial
Address: Tasma Parade
City/Town: West Ulverstone
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Air Force Park Memorial commemorates the men and women who served in the Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force in war and peace.



Air Training Corps
Air Training Corps
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the Air Training Corps formed in 1941.



Air Training Corps 40th Anniversary
Air Training Corps 40th Anniversary
Address: Victoria Drive, Torrens Parade Ground
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Air Training Corps and is dedicated to those members who have given their lives serving in the R.A.A.F and other Commonwealth Forces.



Note: Plaque has been relocated from the RAAF Memorial Reserve which was located at Adelaide Airport.



Airborne Forces
Airborne Forces
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Dedicated to the memory of all those who gave their lives whilst serving in the British Commonwealth and Allied Airborne Forces


Airborne Forces
Airborne Forces
Address: 300 Waterdale Road, Repatriation Hospital, Remembrance Garden
City/Town: Heidelberg
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who gave their lives while serving in Australia, British Commonwealth and Allied airborne forces in various conflicts


Airborne Forces
Airborne Forces
Address: Peter Brown Drive & Grand Junction Road , Northfield Hall
City/Town: Northfield
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial dedicated to the memory of all those who lost their lives while serving in the Airborne Forces.



Airborne Forces Association Queensland Roll of Honour
Airborne Forces Association Queensland Roll of Honour
Address: Lloyd Street, Chapel, Gallipoli Barracks
City/Town: Enoggera
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Airborne Forces Association Queensland Roll of Honour commemorates those who served.



Airborne Forces Memorial Plaque
Airborne Forces Memorial Plaque
Address: Cathedral Avenue, Soldiers Chapel, St George`s Cathedral
City/Town: Perth
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates those who gave their lives whilst serving in Airborne Forces.



Airborne Forces Memorial Plaque
Airborne Forces Memorial Plaque
Address: Lloyd Street, Chapel, Gallipoli Barracks
City/Town: Enoggera
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial Plaque honours those who paid the supreme sacrifice while serving with the Airborne Forces.



Aircraft Construction Squadrons
Aircraft Construction Squadrons
Address: The Esplanade, Bicentennial Park - adjacent to Cenotaph
City/Town: Darwin
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque dedicated to those who served in the Royal Australian Air Force (R.A.A.F.)  Aircraft Construction Squadrons from from 1942 to 1974. 



Airlie Beach War Memorial
Airlie Beach War Memorial
Address: Shute Harbour Road, Headland
City/Town: Airlie Beach
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Airlie Beach War Memorial was erected in memory of those who served.



Airly War Memorial
Airly War Memorial
Address: Airly Estate Road, Airly Primary School
City/Town: Airly
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two


Albany R.S.L. Nurses Memorial Garden
Albany R.S.L. Nurses Memorial Garden
Address: Proudlove Parade
City/Town: Albany
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A garden commemorates nurses who served in the Boer War, World War One and subsequent conflicts.



Arrangements are now completed for the unveiling ceremony at the Memorial Gardens in Lower Stirling Terrace, on Sunday next at 3 p.m. It is unfortunate that the President of the Nurses' Sub-Branch (Miss Homan) will be unable to be present. She has requested that an Albany Nurse deputise for her. Mrs. A. E. White will perform the ceremony.

Albany Advertiser, 25th March 1937.



 



Albany War Memorial
Albany War Memorial
Address: York Street & Peels Place
City/Town: Albany
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Albany War Memorial commemorates the fallen of World War One, Two, Korea and Vietnam. It was originally erected as a World War One Monument.



The movement for a memorial to the men from Albany who fell in World War One was inaugurated by the then Mayor, Mr J.W.Daly early in 1920. The committee ultimately agreed that £500 of the fund raised should be spent on the erection of a monument and in August 1920 a contract for the work was let to Mr J.A. Hartman of Albany.  The foundation stone was laid on Anzac Day 1921 by the Mayor , Mr J. W. Daly and the unveiling ceremony was performed by the Governor of Western Australia, Sir Francis Newdegate on the 21st August 1921.

Albany Advertiser (WA ), 25th April 1929



Alberton-Rosewater Returned Services League Honour Board
Alberton-Rosewater Returned Services League Honour Board
Address: May Terrace & Grand Junction Road, Junction Community Centre
City/Town: Ottoway
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alberton-Rosewater Returned Services League Honour Board commemorates departed service members of World War One and World War Two.



Albionville M.U.I.O.O.F. Honour Board
Albionville M.U.I.O.O.F. Honour Board
Address: 4 Dear Street, Library
City/Town: Gin Gin
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Albionville M.U.I.O.O.F. Honour Board lists those who served.



No further information known as at July 2013



Albury War Cemetery War Memorial
Albury War Cemetery War Memorial
Address: Waugh Road
City/Town: Albury
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved, and are buried in the Albury cemetery



Monument characteristics :



A stone covered concrete and brick wall with raised metal lettering.



Aldgate Memorial Hall
Aldgate Memorial Hall
Address: Kingsland Road
City/Town: Aldgate
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Aldgate Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



Tenders, for the building of Aldgate Memorial Hall will be called soon. The hall will be built behind the local institute. Local stone will be used for the main external walls and large glassed areas will face the northeast and south-west. A feature of the design is the use made of a difficult site by terracing and the placing of floor levels. The hall will seat 300 people, and a supper room, dressing rooms and a stage will be provided. The architects for the project are Evans and Bruer, Philpot and Partners.

The Advertiser (Adelaide), 13th February 1954.


 



Aldgate War Memorial
Aldgate War Memorial
Address: Kemp Road
City/Town: Aldgate
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Aldgate War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. A plaque was added to the memorial at a later date to commemorate those who served in all wars and conflicts.



On the 16th December 1916, a reserve and obelisk, erected to the memory of the men who had volunteered for active service from within a radius of four miles of the hills town, were opened and unveiled.  Mr. R. Hancock, the local station master, was the originator of the movement. With a strong committee, he had solicited funds for the purpose, and he received a gratifying response. The monument, which stands on the railway recreation reserve on the northern side of the Aldgate Railway Station, is of reinforced concrete, and is 16ft in height. The reserve was allocated by the Stirling West District Council to the Railways Commissioner, who, in turn, dedicated it to the local public for recreation purposes. The obelisk will bear the names of 250 soldiers. It was expected that the nameplates would be available for the unveiling, but unfortunately they were not. They will, however, be affixed to the pile immediately they come to hand.

The Register (Adelaide), 18th December 1916.



Aldinga War Memorial
Aldinga War Memorial
Address: Main South & Plains Roads
City/Town: Aldinga
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Aldinga War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who lost their lives in World War One.  The name of a soldier who lost his life in World War Two was added at a later date.



Alectown Soldiers Memorial Hall
Alectown Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: Newell Highway
City/Town: Alectown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alectown Soldiers Memorial Hall was opened on the 4th July 1934 in memory of those who served in World War One. The later building attached to the hall is named War Memorial 1939-1945.



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Dandenong Road & Arrabri Avenue, Centenary Suburbs War Memorial Gardens
City/Town: Mount Ommaney
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Aleppo Pine, a descendant of the original Lone Pine at Gallipoli commemorates all who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



The Lone Pine was the name given to a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915 during World War One and it was the sole survivor of a group of trees that had been cut down by Turkish soldiers who had used the timber and branches to cover their trenches.



The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia. Private Thomas Keith McDowell, a soldier of the 23rd battalion brought a pine cone from the battle site back to Australia, and many years later seeds from the cone were planted by his wife's aunt Emma Gray of Grassmere, near Warrnambool, Victoria and five seedlings emerged, with four surviving. These seedlings were planted in four different locations in Victoria: Wattle Park (May 8, 1933), the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne (June 11, 1933), the Soldiers Memorial Hall at The Sisters near Terang (June 18, 1933) and Warrnambool Botanic Gardens (January 23, 1934).



The Shrine of Remembrance's lone pine was felled in August 2012 and the timber used as part of a remembrance project, after a disease known as Diplodia pinea or blue stains fungus as it commonly called killed it.



Another soldier, Lance Corporal Benjamin Smith from the 3rd Battalion, also retrieved a cone and sent it back to his mother (Mrs McMullen) in Australia, who had lost another son at the battle. Seeds from the cone were planted by Mrs McMullen in 1928, from which two seedlings were raised. One was presented to her home town of Inverell (New South Wales) and the other was forwarded to Canberra where it was planted by Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester at the Australian War Memorial in October 1934.



Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: 29 Reid Street, Wodonga RSL Club
City/Town: Wodonga
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An Aleppo Pine commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Schwarz Crescent, RSL Club
City/Town: Alice Springs
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 An Aleppo Pine planted in memory of departed comrades.



The Lone Pine was a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915. Pines which are planted as a memorial to the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought in Gallipoli are also known as "Lone Pines" or "Gallipoli Pines", referencing the original tree.



The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia.



Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: 26 Archibald Crescent, Morshead Veterans Home
City/Town: Lyneham
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Aleppo Pine planted at Morshead Veterans Home in memory of fallen comrades.



An Aleppo Pine tree, descended from a pine tree propagated from a pine cone brought back from Gallipoli was planted at the Sir Leslie Morshead War Veterans Home, Lyneham, yesterday. The tree, one of 10 successfully grafted from the crown of the Gallipoli tree growing at the Australian War Memorial, was planted by Mr Alf Clarke, president of the ACT branch of the RSL. It was grafted by a CSIRO research officer, Mr Stefan Mucha, himself a Polish war veteran and an RSL member. He was concerned that the original pine should not be allowed  to die off, without ensuring itssuccession with 'proper sons or daughters', which is why the descendants were grafted rather than raised from seeds.



The original tree was raised from seeds from a cone taken from timber covering Turkish trenches on Lone Pine Ridge by Lance Corporal Benjamin Smith. He was serving with a unit, which had Canberra men and sent the cone to his mother. She raised two seedlings, one of which was given to the War Memorial and planted by the Duke of Gloucester in 1934. The planting followed the opening of 15 new self-care units at the home by the RSL national president, Sir William Keys.

The Canberra Times (ACT), 10th May 1982.



 



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Civic Place
City/Town: Warragul
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Aleppo Pine planted in memory of departed comrades.

The Lone Pine was a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915. Pines which are planted as a memorial to the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought in Gallipoli are also known as "Lone Pines" or "Gallipoli Pines", referencing the original tree.



The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia.



Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Note: Aleppo Pine is of the species Pinus Halopensis



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: 69-75 Hogan Street, Sacred Heart Primary School
City/Town: Tatura
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Aleppo Pine presented by Legacy planted in memory of those who served.



The Lone Pine was a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915. Pines which are planted as a memorial to the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought in Gallipoli are also known as "Lone Pines" or "Gallipoli Pines", referencing the original tree.



The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia. Seedlings grown from the cones were planted at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne and at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. Seedlings were also planted in Victoria at Wattle Park, the Memorial Hall at The Sisters near Terang and Warrnambool Botanic Gardens as well as Inverell in New South Wales.



Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Aleppo Pine Memorial
Aleppo Pine Memorial
Address: 19 Cripps Street, Salisbury State School
City/Town: Salisbury
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Aleppo Pine Memorial commemorates those who died or were killed in the service of their country



The Lone Pine was the name given to a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915 during World War One and it was the sole survivor of a group of trees that had been cut down by Turkish soldiers who had used the timber and branches to cover their trenches.



The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia. Private Thomas Keith McDowell, a soldier of the 23rd battalion brought a pine cone from the battle site back to Australia, and many years later seeds from the cone were planted by his wife's aunt Emma Gray of Grassmere, near Warrnambool, Victoria and five seedlings emerged, with four surviving. These seedlings were planted in four different locations in Victoria: Wattle Park (May 8, 1933), the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne (June 11, 1933), the Soldiers Memorial Hall at The Sisters near Terang (June 18, 1933) and Warrnambool Botanic Gardens (January 23, 1934).



The Shrine of Remembrance's lone pine was felled in August 2012 and the timber used as part of a remembrance project, after a disease known as Diplodia pinea or blue stains fungus as it commonly called killed it.



Another soldier, Lance Corporal Benjamin Smith from the 3rd Battalion, also retrieved a cone and sent it back to his mother (Mrs McMullen) in Australia, who had lost another son at the battle. Seeds from the cone were planted by Mrs McMullen in 1928, from which two seedlings were raised. One was presented to her home town of Inverell (New South Wales) and the other was forwarded to Canberra where it was planted by Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester at the Australian War Memorial in October 1934.



Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Alexandra Park Memorial Plaque
Alexandra Park Memorial Plaque
Address: Quay Street, Alexandra Park, near Rotunda
City/Town: Bundaberg
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial plaque commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have fallen in all wars.

 



Alexandra Returned Service League Memorial Hall
Alexandra Returned Service League Memorial Hall
Address: 46 Grant Street
City/Town: Alexandra
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Alford Uniting Church
Alford Uniting Church
Address: Port Broughton-Kadina Road
City/Town: Alford
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alford Uniting Church stands as a memorial to Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Alice Springs & District Roll of Honour
Alice Springs & District Roll of Honour
Address: Schwarz Crescent, RSL Club
City/Town: Alice Springs
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alice Springs & District Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two, Korea, Malaya & Vietnam.



Alice Springs Memorial Club
Alice Springs Memorial Club
Address: Todd Street
City/Town: Alice Springs
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alice Springs Memorial Club was erected in memory of fallen comrades.



The club was started by ex-servicemen in 1946 and the new club was opened on the 26th October 1951 by one of the foundation committeemen, Mr J.N.Nelson M.H.R. and handed over to the community.

Centralian Advocate (Alice Springs), 2nd November 1951.



Alkira Secondary College Memorial Garden
Alkira Secondary College Memorial Garden
Address: 15 Nurture Avenue, Alkira Secondary College
City/Town: Cranbourne North
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial garden and plaque commemorate Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



All Conflicts Memorial
All Conflicts Memorial
Address: Newell Highway & Nollamai Street
City/Town: Finley
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts that Australia has been involved in, including colonial era conflicts.



All Saints Anglican Church Roll of Honour
All Saints Anglican Church Roll of Honour
Address: Victoria Road & Elizabeth Street, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: North Parramatta
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

All Saints Anglican Church Roll of Honour


All Saints World War One Memorial
All Saints World War One Memorial
Address: 89 Main Road, All Saints Church
City/Town: Exeter
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

All Saints memorial windows commemorate those who served in World War One. The windows were relocated from the Rosevears Methodist Church.



All Souls Church War Memorial
All Souls Church War Memorial
Address: Norton & Marion Streets, All Souls Anglican Church
City/Town: Leichhardt
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A brick addition to the church was dedicated as a war memorial in memory of those who served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



All Wars Memorial
All Wars Memorial
Address: Campbell Street
City/Town: Swan Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial unveiled in 2002 names Vietnam War veterans from the area and those who served in post-World War Two conflicts. This memorial also honours women from the district who have served in war.



All Wars Monument
All Wars Monument
Address: Junee Reefs Road, Ivor Hall
City/Town: Junee Reefs
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts that Australia has been involved in. 


Allans Flat Honour Roll
Allans Flat Honour Roll
Address: Wallace Road, St Paul`s Anglican Church
City/Town: Allans Flat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
An honour roll commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two

Allansford Primary School Memorial Flagpole
Allansford Primary School Memorial Flagpole
Address: Frank Street, Allansford Primary School
City/Town: Allansford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Allansford Primary School Memorial Flagpole is dedicated to those who served in World War One and World War Two.



Allendale East Arch Gates
Allendale East Arch Gates
Address: Riddoch Highway, Sports Oval
City/Town: Allendale East
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Allendale East Arch Gates commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two. The arch which was unveiled at the entrance to the Soldiers Memorial Park was originally erected to commemorate the fallen of World War One. The name of a fallen soldier from World War Two was added to the arch at a later date.



The ceremony of unveiling the Soldiers' Memorial Arch, at the entrance to the Soldiers' Memorial Park, was held on Wednesday last. There was a  good attendance, including returned soldiers and relatives of the fallen men. The children, under the direction of the head teacher (Mr. H. Jones) and his assistant (Miss Ursula Tibbles) marched from the public hall at 3 p.m., and formed a guard of honour in front of the arch.



The Arch is a handsome structure of reinforced concrete, inlet with marble slabs, and stands 7ft. 6in, high, and is 5 ft. wide. An ornamental gate forms an entrance through the arch into the Soldiers' Memorial Park. At the front of the arch are semi-circular concrete walls. Over the arch are the beautifully coloured Union Jack and Australian ensign, which have been artistically engraved and pointed. Below this is a marble slab, with the words "Allandale Memorial Park."



At 3.15 p.m. Colonel Howland unveiled the arch, which was covered by two large Union Jacks, and, under the leadership of the school choir, the assembly sang the National Anthem.

Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA), 23 December 1924.



 



Allora Cemetery Cross
Allora Cemetery Cross
Address: Allora - Clifton Road , Cemetery
City/Town: Allora
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Allora Cemetery Cross commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Allora Returned Services League (RSL) Memorial Hall
Allora Returned Services League (RSL) Memorial Hall
Address: Warwick Street
City/Town: Allora
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Allora Returned Services League (RSL) Memorial Hall is dedicated to those who served.



Alma Bay War Memorial
Alma Bay War Memorial
Address: Armand Way, Alma Bay Park, Arcadia
City/Town: Magnetic Island
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alma Bay War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have paid the supreme sacrifice in all wars and conflicts.



 



Alma District Honour Board
Alma District Honour Board
Address: Railway Terrace, Institute Hall
City/Town: Owen
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alma District Honour Board honours those who served in World War One and World War Two.



Alpha War Memorial
Alpha War Memorial
Address: Tennyson Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Alpha
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alpha War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in World War One, World War Two, Boer War, Korea, Malaya and Vietnam.



Monument characteritics :



Two columns with a beam across the top sitting on a stepped base with two flagpoles are positioned on top of each column.



Alpha War Memorial Pool
Alpha War Memorial Pool
Address: Dryden Street
City/Town: Alpha
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The pool was erected to commemorate those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Alstonville War Memorial
Alstonville War Memorial
Address: Wardell Road & Daley Street, Elizabeth Ann Brown Park
City/Town: Alstonville
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brick construction with inlaid marble panels that were relocated from the Alstonville Showgrounds Memorial Gates that were erected in 1924.


Alton Downs War Memorial
Alton Downs War Memorial
Address: Ridgelands Road, Beside Community Hall
City/Town: Alton Downs
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Alton Downs War Memorial was erected in memory of those who served in World War One. Additional names to commemorate those who served in World War Two were added at a later date. Funding was received in 2013 to restore the memorial.



Originally erected to honour the men of the district who served in World War One. the memorial was unveiled on the 16th October 1920 by Mrs H.G.Wheeler. The memorial which is a broken column of Ulam marble cost £180 to erect. The memorial was sited not far from the Alton Downs school.

The Brisbane Courier,18th October 1920.



Altona War Memorial
Altona War Memorial
Address: Civic Parade , Hobsons Bay Civic Centre
City/Town: Altona
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Altona War Memorial is an " eternal flame " memorial and lists 13 fallen soldiers of World War Two. The memorial also honours World War 1, Korea & Vietnam.


Amberley Honour Stone
Amberley Honour Stone
Address: Southern Amberley Road, RAAF Amberley Memorial Garden
City/Town: Amberley
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Amberley Honour Stone was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. Additional names were added at a later date to commemorate those who had served in World War Two.  With the closure and transfer of the Amberley State School, on Rosewood Road, it was decided to keep the memorial in Amberley to preserve connections to the location. In cooperation with the Ipswich City Council, RAAF Amberley and local community groups, it was decided to move the memorial to the RAAF base and into an existing memorial space for preservation. The memorial was re-dedicated on Remembrance Day 2011.



 



The memorial was unveiled on 14 December 1917 by Mrs H.I. Jones who was the wife of the Chairman of the Moreton Shire Council. The Honour Stone, as it was named, contained 22 names and was erected in the grounds of the Amberley School.

The Brisbane Courier, 21st December 1917.



 



American Forces
American Forces
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the military forces from the Unites States of America who have served in conflicts


American River War Memorial and Reserve
American River War Memorial and Reserve
Address: Tangara Drive, Remembrance Reserve
City/Town: American River
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

American River War Memorial and Reserve commemorate the servicemen and women who have served in various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



AMP Honour Board
AMP Honour Board
Address: Queen & Edwards Streets, AMP Building
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

AMP Honour Board commemorates those who served.



No further information known as at July 2013



Anakie District Memorial Gates
Anakie District Memorial Gates
Address: De Motts Road, Anakie Reserve
City/Town: Anakie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Anakie District Memorial Gates commemorate those who fought in World Wars One and Two.



Anakie War Memorial
Anakie War Memorial
Address: Richardson Street
City/Town: Anakie
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.





 



Anchor Memorial
Anchor Memorial
Address: Schwarz Crescent, RSL Club
City/Town: Alice Springs
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Anchor Memorial commemorates all those who have served on the sea.



Anchor Memorial
Anchor Memorial
Address: Oxford Street & Martin Place, Mortdale Memorial Park
City/Town: Mortdale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Anchor Memorial commemorates those who have served in the armed forces in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved, and during peactime.



Anchor Memorial
Anchor Memorial
Address: Launceston Street, Eddison Park
City/Town: Phillip
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Anchor Memorial commemorates the men and women of Canberra and the surrounding region who have served in the Australian Navy.



Angaston War Memorial
Angaston War Memorial
Address: Murray Street & Penrice Road
City/Town: Angaston
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Angaston War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate the fallen and those who served in World War One. Additional details were added to the memorial at a later date to commemorate the fallen and those who served in World War Two.



The monument is a bronze figure of Archangel Michael holding a wreath aloft in his left hand and a Crusaders sword with the tip of the blade touching the ground in his right hand. The figure is mounted on a pink Angaston marble pedestal, which in turn is mounted on a two-tier white marble and concrete sur-base. Bronze plaques are affixed to the pedestal. The memorial is set within a circular rose garden.



A costly and ornamental war memorial will be unveiled at Angaston to-day by Mrs. C. H. Angas. The site selected is a small park in the centre of the town,  which belonged to the estate of the late  Mr. George Fife Angas. The monument stands upon a mound, and as the park is at the junction of main roads, the position is a conspicuous one. The design has been adapted from the 12th chapter of Revelations, which describes the angel Michael defeating the powers of darkness, and the principal figure of the monument is a statue of St. Michael. Mr. C. H. Angas was responsible for the idea of applying the Biblical reference to the great war. The work was entrusted to Andrea Carlo Lucchesi, the celebrated sculptor. The bronze figure will be placed on a pedestal of pink Angaston marble. On the front and back metal plates will be inscribed with the names of more than a hundred men who enlisted from the district. The sides of the pedestal will be adorned with laurel wreaths. Two white marble steps form a base for the pedestal, and the total height of the memorial is about 18 feet. The monument has cost more than £1,000, and those who have seen it have expressed much admiration.

The Register (Adelaide), 6th June 1921.



Angle Park Memorial Park
Angle Park Memorial Park
Address: Stuart Street
City/Town: Angle Park
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial park at the rear of the RSL Villas, comprising a wall of remembrance and a pathway of honour commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Anglesea RSL War Memorial
Anglesea RSL War Memorial
Address: Murray Street, RSL Club
City/Town: Anglesea
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemoratesthe service of soldiers who fought in World Wars One and Two, the Korean and Vietnam Wars and the conflicts in Malaya and Borneo.



Anglican Cathedral Church of St. Alban the Martyr
Anglican Cathedral Church of St. Alban the Martyr
Address: 107 Binya Street
City/Town: Griffith
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

In September 1937, the groundwork for the building of a cathedral church was laid by a Griffith Parish delegation, led by the Rector, Reverend W.G.Bennett, who travelled to Hay to meet with the Bishop of Riverina, the Right Reverend Reginald Halse, and the Diocesan Council, to suggest that the Cathedral of the Diocese should be built in Griffith. During the 1938 Synod, Bishop Halse affirmed the need for a Cathedral as a centre for worship, social service and missionary enterprise.


The Foundation Stone was set on 2nd May, 1954, by Archdeacon Twigg, in the presence of the Lt Governor and Chief Justice of N.S.W. the Hon. Kenneth Street and Bishop H.G. Robinson, fifth Bishop of Riverina.


On Saturday, 16th April, 1955, the Church was opened and dedicated with a fanfare of trumpets greeting the Bishop and was attended by a crowd of approximately 750 people seated in the church and 1200 outside.


Anglican Church Honour Roll
Anglican Church Honour Roll
Address: Tennis Club Road, Corop Tennis & Community Centre
City/Town: Corop
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Two wooden honour rolls commemorate those who served in the South African (Boer) War, World Wars One and Two, and the Vietnam War.



These honour rolls were originally installed in the Corop Anglican Church which is now a private residence.



Anglican Church Memorial Plaque
Anglican Church Memorial Plaque
Address: Paling Track , Former Anglican Church now Private residence
City/Town: Bangor
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Anglican Church Memorial Plaque commemorates those who served in both World Wars.



Anglican Church Roll of Honour
Anglican Church Roll of Honour
Address: 100 Main Street, Brighton Green Ponds RSL Sub Branch
City/Town: Kempton
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
An honour roll commemorates four service personnel who died or were killed in World War One, and one who died or was killed in World War Two.

Anglican Church War Memorial
Anglican Church War Memorial
Address: 19 Fourth Street, St Pauls Anglican Church
City/Town: Orroroo
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
The church lecturn commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.

Anglican Church War Memorial
Anglican Church War Memorial
Address: Portland - Casterton Road, Anglican Church
City/Town: Sandford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Anglican Church War Memorial


Anglican Memorial Gates
Anglican Memorial Gates
Address: Anglican Church
City/Town: Romsey
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Anglican Memorial Gates


Annandale State School War Memorial
Annandale State School War Memorial
Address: Oleander Street & Yolanda Drive
City/Town: Annandale
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Annandale State School War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Annandale War Memorial
Annandale War Memorial
Address: Johnston & North Piper Streets, Hinsby Park
City/Town: Annandale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Annandale War Memorial was unveiled by Brigadier General Mackay in 1921. 


The war memorial at Annandale is in the form of an obelisk that incorporates curved seating. The memorial was the result of an architectural competition drafted and judged by the NSW Monuments Advisory Board in 1920. The architect R. Keith Harris won the first prize of 15 pounds with second prize of 10 pounds going to John D. Moore.


Anti Aircraft & Air Defence Memorial
Anti Aircraft & Air Defence Memorial
Address: Sattelberg & Buin Roads, Woodside Barracks
City/Town: Woodside
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Memorial recognises the sacrifice of Australian Anti-Aircraft and Air Defence gunners who have given their lives in past conflicts whilst serving on anti-aircraft guns and air defence missiles, on radars and in searchlight batteries. The Memorial also recognises those Air Defence Gunners who have deployed in Peace Keeping operations.



ANZAC Avenue
ANZAC Avenue
Address: Midland Highway
City/Town: Guildford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Avenue is an avenue of trees commemorating personnel who served in various conflicts. 



On Arbor Day, 13 June 1919, students of the State School, members of the Loyal Strathloddon Lodge and local citizens commemorated their soldier heroes by planting the Avenue of Honour, named Anzac Avenue, along the Midland Highway from the road bridge across the Loddon River to the railway arch.



ANZAC Avenue
ANZAC Avenue
Address: ANZAC Avenue
City/Town: Moonambel
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of honour commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Bridge
ANZAC Bridge
Address: Western Distributor Freeway, Victoria Road
City/Town: Rozelle
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Formerly the Glebe Island Bridge, on Remembrance Day, 11 November 1998, the New South Wales Government bestowed the bridge to the New South Wales Returned Serviceman’s League for re-naming as ‘The ANZAC Bridge’  as a memorial to members from both sides of the Tasman who formed the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps - the ANZACs.

 


The monument located at the western end of the bridge is of an Australian soldier, and on the eastern end of the bridge is a monument of a New Zealand soldier. A handful of sand from Gallipoli rests under the foot of the digger as a permanent connection with comrades who fell and remain at the Gallipoli Battlefield in Turkey. The  four metre bronze statue of an Australian World War 1 Digger was placed on the western end monument on the 25th April 2000.


ANZAC Commemorative Garden
ANZAC Commemorative Garden
Address: 301 Otway Street South, Canadian Lead Primary School
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 ANZAC Commemorative Garden honours Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



ANZAC Commemorative Stone
ANZAC Commemorative Stone
Address: Bruny Island Main Road , Alonnah School
City/Town: Alonnah
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial stone commemorates the men and women who have helped build Australia and the Honourable J.J.Dwyer V.C. The stone is used for ANZAC commemorative services.



John James Dwyer (1890 -1962) was a resident of Bruny Island after World War One and served as a Bruny Island Councillor from 1924 until he moved to New Norfolk in 1928. He died on Bruny Island in 1962.



On 26 September 1917, during the battle of Polygon Wood (Zonnebeke, Belgium), Dwyer's Vickers machine-gun team came under fire until he rushed his gun forward, and at point-blank range put the enemy gun out of action. He then took both weapons and helped repulse a German counter-attack. Later, after his Vickers was blown up by shellfire, he led his team back through the enemy barrage to secure another and then bring it into action. At all times, he showed "contempt of danger, cheerfulness and courage". Dwyer was commissioned in May 1918 and returned to Australia five months later.



Back in Tasmania, he became active in local affairs and politics. He established a sawmilling business at New Norfolk. In 1931 he entered state parliament and eventually held several important offices, including that of Deputy Premier.



ANZAC Cove Lowood Returned Services League Memorial
ANZAC Cove Lowood Returned Services League Memorial
Address: Forest Hill-Fernvale Road, Lowood RSL
City/Town: Lowood
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Cove Lowood Returned Services League Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Anzac Drive Memorial
Anzac Drive Memorial
Address: Anzac Drive
City/Town: Kalgoorlie
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Anzac Drive Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

ANZAC Garden
ANZAC Garden
Address: 22 Caplick Way, State School
City/Town: Eumundi
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The garden commemorates servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



 



ANZAC Garden
ANZAC Garden
Address: Beckmans Road , Noosaville State School
City/Town: Noosaville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The ANZAC Garden commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



ANZAC Gardens
ANZAC Gardens
Address: Ferrars Place & James Service Place
City/Town: South Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A garden commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Grove Memorial Gates
ANZAC Grove Memorial Gates
Address: Landon Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Gundagai
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Grove Memorial Gates


ANZAC Grove War Memorial
ANZAC Grove War Memorial
Address: Landon Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Gundagai
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The ANZAC Grove War Memorial commemorates personnel who served in various conflicts


ANZAC Highway
ANZAC Highway
Address: ANZAC Highway
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Highway was originally named in honour of those who served in World War One. The Highway now commemorates those who served in all conflicts.



The ANZAC Highway traverses from the junction of West Terrace and South Terrace, Adelaide to Colley Terrace, Glenelg  which is a distance of approximately 11.5 kilometres through the suburbs of Keswick, Ashford, Kurralta Park, Plympton, and Glenelg. The name ANZAC Highway was gazetted on the 6th November 1924.



From the Memorial adjacent to the Keswick Military Barracks to Marion Road, bronze plaques are affixed to grey granite blocks at the base of the trees. The memorial is a sheet steel structure with cut-outs depicting servicemen on the front and title on the back; three plaques are at the base of the memorial. Originally a wrought iron arch spanned the road, the structure was demolished when road widening began.



ANZAC Hill Memorial
ANZAC Hill Memorial
Address: ANZAC Hill Road, ANZAC Hill
City/Town: Alice Springs
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The ANZAC Hill Memorial was dedicated in 1934 in memory of those who had served in World War One. A memorial wall containing plaques is now situated behind the memorial which now commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



The Alice Springs RSL Sub-Branch, chartered in 1932 with 12 members, was instrumental in having ANZAC Hill and what is now ANZAC Hill High School and oval granted to them as ANZAC Reserve. The Reverend Harry Griffiths of the Australian Inland Mission suggested a memorial be erected on the crown of the hill and he was responsible for the design. The ashes of Reverend Griffiths and his wife are interred in the memorial. The builder was Mr Jack Donnellan and the cost of 90 Pounds was raised by subscriptions, concerts and dances. The road to the memorial, potentially more costly than the monument itself, was constructed with voluntary labour from a small population. Corner floodlights, originally from motor cars and powered by a battery, were replaced with lights from the decommissioned H.M.A.S. Yarra in 1979.



A telegram from Dr. D. R. Brown, of Alice Springs, received on Thursday afternoon, states that Commissioner McKenzie, of the Salvation Army, Sydney, ("Fighting Mac" of the A.I.F.) will unveil the war memorial cairn, and . cross on Anzac Hill, Alice Springs, on Anzac Day.

Northern Standard (Darwin), 8th September 1933.



ANZAC House Memorial Cross & Garden
ANZAC House Memorial Cross & Garden
Address: 527 Wilson Street , ANZAC House
City/Town: Albury
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Memorial Cross & Garden commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

ANZAC Memorial
ANZAC Memorial
Address: Elizabeth Street, Hyde Park South
City/Town: Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Rayner Hoff was the major designer of the sculptures on this art deco monument of world significance. It is a superb example of the Art Deco style combined with fine sculpture in a large monument set atop a rise in Hyde Park.



Constructed of New South Wales red granite, sixteen great buttresses each topped by individual figures of men and women of the Australian Imperial Force surround the monument. Internally the great circular Hall of Memory is superimposed upon a Hall of Silence wherein is the central figure, a statue representing sacrifices.  There are 120,000 stars on the domed ceiling which were sold during the Great Depression to members of the public for two shillings each in a massive fundraising effort to finish construction.



The ANZAC Memorial in Hyde Park South was completed in 1934 as a memorial to the achievement of the Australian Imperial Forces. The building, designed by C. Bruce Dellit, is a concrete structure clad in stone with sculptures by Raynor Hoff. On 25 April 1916, the first anniversary of the landing of the Australians at ANZAC Cove, a fund was opened to raise money to erect a permanent war memorial in Sydney. By the end of the war the fund had reached 60,000 pounds.



ANZAC Memorial
ANZAC Memorial
Address: Separation Street, All Nations Park
City/Town: Northcote
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The ANZAC Memorial commemorates the servicemen and servicewomen who lost their lives whilst serving in the Australian Defence Forces.


The features of the ANZAC Memorial are the Entrance Stone, Breavington Memorial, Williams Memorial, VC and Distinguished Service Memorial, Bronze Boat, ANZAC Memorial and the Wing Tip Flag Pole


ANZAC Memorial
ANZAC Memorial
Address: Grand Boulevard, Central Park
City/Town: Joondalup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The ANZAC Memorial commemorates all who paid the supreme sacrifice for freedom.



The 10m high stone and bronze ANZAC Memorial situated in Central Park was unveiled in April 1996. It was designed by Western Australian sculptors Charles Smith and Joan Walsh-Smith. On the top of the memorial is a semi-circular window through which the rising sun shines and which is inscribed with the words, ‘Those only deserve freedom who are prepared to defend it’. The bronze boy on the steps of the memorial is a symbol of the innocence of children and the desire for world peace.



 



ANZAC Memorial
ANZAC Memorial
Address: Myla Terrace, RSL Memorial Park
City/Town: Tennyson
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial was upgraded and rededicated on the 18th August 2010.



ANZAC Memorial Fountain
ANZAC Memorial Fountain
Address: Wharf Street
City/Town: Tweed Heads
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The ANZAC Memorial Fountain was erected in memory of the fallen.



ANZAC Memorial Garden
ANZAC Memorial Garden
Address: 121 Pacific Highway, Ourimbah Public School
City/Town: Ourimbah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A garden commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Memorial Garden
ANZAC Memorial Garden
Address: 4 Salt Ash Avenue, Salt Ash Public School
City/Town: Salt Ash
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A garden commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Memorial Park
ANZAC Memorial Park
Address: Medley & Fitzroy Streets
City/Town: Gulgong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Memorial Park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Memorial Park
ANZAC Memorial Park
Address: ANZAC Avenue & Heidelberg-Kinglake Road
City/Town: Hurstbridge
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Memorial Park
ANZAC Memorial Park
Address: Seib Street
City/Town: Kilcoy
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Memorial Park
ANZAC Memorial Park
Address: Douglas Street
City/Town: Thursday Island
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Memorial Park was established as a place for local residents to recognise and support ANZAC day. With Commonwealth Government financial assistance, the Thursday Island RSL and local families worked together to build a memorial in the park which lists all the names of those who served in the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion.



Australians recognise 25 April as an occasion of national remembrance, which takes two forms. Commemorative services are held at dawn – the time of the original landing – across the nation. Later in the day, ex-servicemen and women meet to take part in marches through the major cities and in many smaller centres. Commemorative ceremonies are more formal and are held at war memorials around the country. In these ways, ANZAC Day is a time when Australians reflect on the many different meanings of war.



Anzac Memorial Plaque
Anzac Memorial Plaque
Address: 299 Napper Road, Seachange Retirement Village
City/Town: Arundel
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Anzac Memorial Plaque commemorates those who have served in the Australian Defence Force.

ANZAC Memorial Wall
ANZAC Memorial Wall
Address: Wilson Drive, Hill Top War Memorial Hall
City/Town: Hill Top
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The memorial is a curved brick wall at the centre of which are the words Lest We Forget inscribed in a light-coloured block of sandstone, a cross of the same stone and the Australian Commonwealth Military Forces insignia in brass.


Thirty one plaques representing the different services, different organisations and conflicts are attached to the wall.


In front of the wall is a paved area with a relief map of Australia in the centre and ANZAC across the map.


ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: John & King Streets
City/Town: East Maitland
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Bridges Street & ANZAC Parade
City/Town: Gwabegar
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Glenelg & Port Stephens Streets & Jacaranda Avenue, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Raymond Terrace
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Harwood Avenue & Shoal Bay Road
City/Town: Shoal Bay
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Brisbane & Upper Streets, Railway War Memorial Park
City/Town: Tamworth
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: ANZAC Parade & York Street
City/Town: Teralba
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Munro Street
City/Town: Babinda
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Park was originally created to commemorate those who served in World War One.  Plaques and honour rolls to commemorate other conflicts have been added.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Byrnes Street
City/Town: Mareeba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.

 



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Alice & Cheapside Streets
City/Town: Maryborough
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Park commemorates those who served in World War One. The park was formerly named Ululah Park but was renamed after the end of the First World War.



ANZAC Park Battle Plaques
ANZAC Park Battle Plaques
Address: Bourke Street, Anzac Park
City/Town: Glen Innes
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

36 bronze plaques commemorate the 36 battles in which Australia has taken part. 


ANZAC Park Memorial Gates
ANZAC Park Memorial Gates
Address: Gold Coast Highway, Broadwater Parklands ANZAC Park
City/Town: Southport
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The ANZAC Park Memorial Gates were unveiled by the Governor-General Lord Forster in 1922. The gates were erected at the entrance to an Honour Avenue in memory of the Southport soldiers who died or were killed in World War One. Additional trees were planted and a plaque  to commemorate the fallen of World War Two.



At the opening of the gates Lord Forster said "Let these gates be held in high honour to the memory of those brave men who went to fight for King and country. In memory of those who laid down their lives I declare these gates open. "

The Brisbane Courier, 1st September 1922



The redevelopment of the Southport Broadwater Parklands in 2010 necessitated the removal and relocation of the existing ANZAC Park Gates within the upgraded park.



 



ANZAC Park Memorial Tree
ANZAC Park Memorial Tree
Address: Byrnes Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Mareeba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree planted as a living symbol to all those who have served in conflicts.



ANZAC Park Reserve
ANZAC Park Reserve
Address: Victoria Street
City/Town: Swan Reach
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The ANZAC Park Reserve commemorates those who served in World War One and World War Two.



ANZAC Peace Park Memorial Wall
ANZAC Peace Park Memorial Wall
Address: Princess Royal Drive, Anzac Peace Park
City/Town: Albany
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 ANZAC Peace Park Memorial Wall was erected in honour of the original Anzacs and those who followed.



ANZAC Place Memorial Park
ANZAC Place Memorial Park
Address: Blackmur Street
City/Town: Marian
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Place Memorial Park commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



The Marian sub branch of the Returned Services League officially opened their new ANZAC memorial park yesterday. The land for the park on the Mackay/Eton Road was donated by the Paul family of Marian and was landscaped by the Mirani Shire Council. The park, names Anzac Place, has a commemorative flag pole, rock garden and parade area and will be used for ANZAC Day celebrations.



The Daily Mercury, Monday, November 11, 1996



 



ANZAC Plaza
ANZAC Plaza
Address: ANZAC Highway & Colley Terrace
City/Town: Glenelg
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

ANZAC Plaza commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial is a large polished circular black granite tablet, composed of four segments. Six large stones (in pairs) are set into the footpath surrounding the tablet.



ANZAC Tree
ANZAC Tree
Address: 35 Grant Street, Hospital
City/Town: Bacchus Marsh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bacchus Marsh ANZAC Tree was donated by Legacy and grown in the Jubilee Year of ANZAC. It was planted in memory of departed comrades. 


ANZAC Tree
ANZAC Tree
Address: Main Road, Monbulk Primary School
City/Town: Monbulk
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved



Anzac War Memorial
Anzac War Memorial
Address: Snapper Drive
City/Town: Poona
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

This new memorial is unique in that it commemorates the 'ANZAC' connection. Equally it commemorates the service and sacrifice of both Australia and New Zealand in times of war and peace. The memorial consists of a granite plinth, set on concrete slab base, flanked by twin flagpoles.



The dedication service also commemorated the 70th anniversary of the Rats of Tobruk and celebrated 100 years of the Royal Australian Navy.



It is planned to plant a Lone Pine seedling, presently being cared for and nurtured by Council's Parks and Gardens section, to the right of the memorial, on ANZAC Day 2015, the Centenary of the landing.



 



ANZAC Way Memorial
ANZAC Way Memorial
Address: The Strand, ANZAC Memorial Park
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.   



Within the ANZAC Way memorial, there are a number of plaques which form a circle around the memorial, in four groups that lead up to the Victoria Cross Heroes` Walk.



Monument characteristics :



A black marble and granite memorial in the form of an arch surmounted by an eternal flame. On each of the four pillars is a plaque representing one of the four areas of service - Army, Navy, Air Force and Civilian.



Apex Memorial Park
Apex Memorial Park
Address: New England Highway & Salisbury Street
City/Town: Uralla
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Apex Memorial Pillars
Apex Memorial Pillars
Address: Jeffrey Street, Apex Memorial Lookout
City/Town: Armidale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 The entrance pillars to the Apex Memorial Lookout commemorate the Apex War Dead. The pillars were constructed at the Lookout at the same time as the Drummond Memorial . 


Apollo Bay and District Memorial Hospital
Apollo Bay and District Memorial Hospital
Address: McLachlan Street, Hospital
City/Town: Apollo Bay
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Apollo Bay and District Memorial Hospital honours those who served.


Apollo Bay War Memorial
Apollo Bay War Memorial
Address: Great Ocean Road & Nelson Street
City/Town: Apollo Bay
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The memorial was erected to commemorate the fallen of the First World War. It also commemorates the fallen of World War Two. 


Appila Memorial Hall
Appila Memorial Hall
Address: Appila Road
City/Town: Appila
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Appila Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who paid the supreme sacrifice for our freedom.



Appila War Memorial
Appila War Memorial
Address: Appila Road, In front of Memorial Hall
City/Town: Appila
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Appila War Memorial was originally erected in memory of the fallen of World War One . The names of the fallen from World War Two were added to the memorial at a later date.



A public meeting was held on October 21st 1922 in the public hall in connection with the fallen soldiers memorial. It was decided that the money collected (approximately £130) should be utilized to procure a marble monument. The memorial will be erected in the corner of the hall property.

The Register (Adelaide), 25th October 1922.



 



Apple Tree Creek Memorial Hall
Apple Tree Creek Memorial Hall
Address: Bruce Highway
City/Town: Apple Tree Creek
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Apple Tree Creek Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



In October 1945, the Apple Tree Creek Memorial Hall Committee appointed a sub- committee to inspect suitable sites on which to build the Memorial Hall.

The Courier-Mail, 4th October 1945.



Araluen War Memorial
Araluen War Memorial
Address: Araluen Road
City/Town: Araluen
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two


Ararat Cenotaph
Ararat Cenotaph
Address: Barkly Street, Town Hall Square
City/Town: Ararat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the servicemen and servicewomen who served and died in various conflicts that Australia has been involved in.


Two circular seats in Grampians stone have bronze panels commemorating World War Two, these being an island landing by troops and a strike at Japanese shipping by Australian `Beaufighters`.


Monument Characteristics :


This Cenotaph is modeled on Sir Edward Lutyen’s cenotaph in Whitehall, London and is approximately 6 metres high with a basalt base and pedestal of Bulli freestone, surmounted by a bronze frieze and cornice.


At either end is a Venetian mast with a circular base in bluestone and a cast bronze filial. Reliefs show Simpson and his donkey, the work of the Army Medical Corps, the Light Horse and troops going up to the line.  The bronze plaques were sculpted by Wallace Anderson and cast in Melbourne.


Arch of Honour Gateway
Arch of Honour Gateway
Address: Wheatsheaf & Main South Roads, Morphett Vale Memorial Sports Complex
City/Town: Morphett Vale
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Arch of Honour Gateway at the Morphett Vale Memorial Sports Complex commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



Arch of Victory
Arch of Victory
Address: Sturt Street & Learmonth Street
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Arch of Victory was funded by female employees of Eleanor Lucas`s lingerie factory and opened by Prince of Wales. In May 1917, Mrs W. D. Thompson, a director of clothing firm E. Lucas & Co, suggested planning an Avenue of Honour at Ballarat. The idea was accepted enthusiastically with planting beginning on 3 June 1917. The final planting took place on 3 June 1919.



Eleven species, totalling 3,912 trees, had been planted in eight phases by the staff of the Lucas factory with the support of local farmers, who provided tree guards. Each of the plantings was accompanied by Members of Parliament and in some cases by the Premier of the State. The cost of the trees was £2,000, raised by girls at the factory, which employed over 500 women.



A further £2,600 was raised to build the Arch of Victory as an entrance to the Avenue of Honour



Ariah Park Memorial Hall
Ariah Park Memorial Hall
Address: Ashton & Pitt Streets
City/Town: Ariah Park
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ariah Park Memorial Hall


Ariah Park War Memorial
Ariah Park War Memorial
Address: Coolamon & Pitt Streets
City/Town: Ariah Park
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ariah Park War Memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial was originally unveiled to commemorate those who served in World War One.



Monument characteristics :



The monument is a Carrara marble obelisk on three steps, with a statue of a World War One Australian infantryman at the top.



The township of Ariah Park has awakened to its obligations to those who served in the great war in the way of a memorial, and they have erected a monument in the main street that would be a credit to any city. It takes the form of an Australian infantryman in marble, generously supported and well founded the total height being 18ft. The roll of honor, on marble tablets let into the main stone, contains 139 names, of whom over 25 per cent unfortunately, were killed in action—a percentage probably unequalled in the Commonwealth. The unveiling takes place on Wednesday, October 15, and the Committee has secured Chaplain Wm. McKenzie ("Fighting Mac") to perform the ceremony. A Parliamentary party will also attend, and a grand gala day has been arranged.

The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette (NSW), 7th October 1919.



Armadale War Memorial
Armadale War Memorial
Address: Jull Street & Orchard Avenue, Armadale Memorial Park
City/Town: Armadale
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Armadale War Memorial was oroiginally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. In May 1956 the obelisk was moved to the Memorial Park from its former location and updated to include the World War Two and Korean conflicts.



Armadale War Memorial was originally unveiled by the Governor, Sir Harry Barron on the 16th December 1916. The monument in the form of an obelisk contains the names of all the men who enlisted from the district in World War One. Four marble tablets bear the names of men from Beenup, Armadale, Bedfordale and Armadale West. Samuel Turner, Chairman of the Memorial Committee said "that Armadale district had given proof of its patriotism by contributing 135 of its best to help the Empire and save Australia from the dastardly hordes of Germany ." Western Mail (Perth), 22nd December 1916.



 



Armagh Soldiers Memorial Hall
Armagh Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: Blyth Road
City/Town: Armagh
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Memorial Hall has a black marble plaque is affixed to the right of the main entrance. Once a converted church, now privately owned. The Honour Boards are now in the Stanley Flat Hall.



The people of Armagh will be pleased to hear that the Armagh School Hall is to become a Soldiers' Memorial Hall. The building was purchased recently by Mr. O. M. Rondahl, and he is going to hand it over to the district to be converted into the Armagh Soldiers' Memorial Hall. The committee hope to raise funds to renovate the building and have an Honor Roll for those who served in World Wars One and Two

Northern Argus (Clare), 13th May 1948.



Armatree Village War Memorial
Armatree Village War Memorial
Address: Armatree Road
City/Town: Armatree
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Flagstaff with solid cubical base on which are attached a series of plaques. The memorial is enclosed within a fence, the entrance being through an archway surmounted by a cross and the words, "Lest We Forget".


Armed Services Memorial
Armed Services Memorial
Address: Church Street, Christ Church Cathedral
City/Town: Newcastle
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Armed Services Memorial commemorates those from the district who served in World War Two, Korea, Malaya and Vietnam. The memorial is a brass plaque with 3 flags above; on the left is the White Ensign, the centre is the Australian Flag, while on the right is the Air Force flag.



 



Armidale Dumaresq Council War Memorial Library
Armidale Dumaresq Council War Memorial Library
Address: 122 Faulkner Street
City/Town: Armidale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The foyer of the Library contains a bronze memorial Roll of Honour for both World Wars One and Two.


Army Apprentice School
Army Apprentice School
Address: Nepean Highway, between old Balcombe Camp parade ground and Mace Oval
City/Town: Mount Martha
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorative plaque outlining a brief history of the Army Apprentices School.


The Balcombe Camp was the site of the Australian Army Apprentices School for a period from 1948 to 1982


Army Mariners Memorial
Army Mariners Memorial
Address: Chowder Bay Road, Chowder Bay
City/Town: Clifton Gardens
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

In 1985, the then Commander, Major Ralph Pridmore, designed and built the present Memorial using sandstone from the East Gosford area. The mines on either side of the Memorial are original mines from the Submarine Miners era, while the anchor mounted on the front comes from a World War Two Army 300 ton wooden cargo vessel. One of the two bronze plaques on the front of the Memorial dedicates it to fallen comrades, and the other marks the military occupation of Chowder Bay from 1890 until its departure in 1997.


Arncliffe War Memorial
Arncliffe War Memorial
Address: 71A Wollongong Road, Arncliffe Park
City/Town: Arncliffe
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Arncliffe War Memorial is dedicated to Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflict.



The memorial is a black column mounted on a three-tiered sandstone base. The insignia of the Royal Australian Navy is engraved on the front of the War Memorial; on one side of the memorial is engraved the insignia of the Australian Military Forces and on the other side is the insignia of the Royal Australian Air Force; a plain red cross is engraved on the back of the war memorial.



Arno Bay War Memorial Hall
Arno Bay War Memorial Hall
Address: Tel El Kebir Terrace
City/Town: Arno Bay
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Arno Bay War Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who lost their lives in World War One and World War Two.



Despite inclement weather, a large crowd gathered at the site of the Arno Bay War Memorial Hall when Mr. E. M. Mitchell laid the foundation stone of the building.  Mr. Mitchell was introduced by the vice-president (Mr. K. Siviour) in the absence of the president (Mr.C.A.Burgess).  He has been a member of the Cleve District Council and an ardent worker for local activities. Mr. Mitchell congratulated the enthusiastic committee and public of the Arno Bay district on their enterprise in fostering this fine memorial to those who made the supreme sacrifice for freedom.

Port Lincoln Times (SA), 28 October 1954.



 



 



Arthurton Memorial Oval
Arthurton Memorial Oval
Address: Kulpara-Maitland Road
City/Town: Arthurton
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Arthurton Memorial Oval commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.  A wrought iron arch gate is the entrance to the oval.



Ascot State School War Memorial
Ascot State School War Memorial
Address: Anthony & Pringle Streets
City/Town: Ascot
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ascot State School War Memorial was erected in memory of past students who died in wars. The memorial was erected to commemorate the 75th jubilee celebrations.



On the 24th of May, 1920, 124 pupils were admitted to Ascot State School in five class levels.



Ascot Vale War Memorial
Ascot Vale War Memorial
Address: Langs & Epsom Roads, Victory Park
City/Town: Ascot Vale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Ascot Vale War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate World War One, but a plaque was added in 1989 to commemorate those Australian men and women who have served in all wars and conflicts .


Ashbourne War Memorial Hall
Ashbourne War Memorial Hall
Address: Creek Road
City/Town: Ashbourne
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ashbourne War Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



Ashburton District Roll of Honour
Ashburton District Roll of Honour
Address: Second Avenue, Shire Office
City/Town: Onslow
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ashburton District Roll of Honour lists 64 names of those who served in World War One and Two.



Ashburton War Memorial
Ashburton War Memorial
Address: High Street & Samarinda Avenue
City/Town: Ashburton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have been involved in all wars and conflicts.



It contains the foundation stone and memorial plaque from the original cenotaph and Returned Service League Hall in High Street.



Ashfield War Memorial
Ashfield War Memorial
Address: Parramatta Road, Ashfield Park
City/Town: Ashfield
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ashfield War Memorial


Ashgrove War Memorial
Ashgrove War Memorial
Address: Waterworks Road & Stewart Road, Stewart Place
City/Town: Ashgrove
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ashgrove War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Ashgrove West Uniting Church Hall-Memorial Stone
Ashgrove West Uniting Church Hall-Memorial Stone
Address: Coopers Camp Road & Glory Streets, Ashgrove West Uniting Church Hall
City/Town: Ashgrove West
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Ashgrove West Uniting Church Hall-Memorial Stone was erected in memory of those who served in both World Wars.



Ashgrove West Uniting Church Memorial Stone
Ashgrove West Uniting Church Memorial Stone
Address: Coopers Camp Road & Glory Street, Ashgrove West Uniting Church
City/Town: Ashgrove West
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Ashgrove West Uniting Church Memorial Stone was dedicated in memory of those who served in both World Wars.



Ashville Memorial Hall
Ashville Memorial Hall
Address: Princes Highway & Masons Lookout Road
City/Town: Ashville
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ashville Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



Asquith Girls High School Memorial Garden
Asquith Girls High School Memorial Garden
Address: Stokes Avenue, Asquith Girls High School
City/Town: Asquith
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Asquith Girls High School Memorial Garden


Association of First Infantry Battalions
Association of First Infantry Battalions
Address: 300 Waterdale Road, Repatriation Hospital, Remembrance Garden
City/Town: Heidelberg
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the personnel who have died while serving in either the 1st Australian Infantry Battalion, the 2nd / 1st Infantry Battation, or the 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment


Assyrian Levies Memorial Plaque
Assyrian Levies Memorial Plaque
Address: Honour Avenue
City/Town: Fairfield
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque is in honour of Victorian Lieutenant-General Sir Stanley George Savige and Captain Robert Kenneth Nicol from New Zealand, who helped Assyrian refugees escape the conflict during World War Two and commemorates Assyrian veterans from both world wars.


In both the Second World War and the First World War Assyrian troops fought alongside Australian troops. Following the Second World War the British, in admiration of the Assyrians` fighting skills, created what has become known in military history as the Assyrian Levies. In the years leading up to the Second World War, the Assyrian Levies played a significant role as part of British forces in maintaining peace in the Mesopotamia region.


In World War Two they served as parachutists attached to the Royal Marine Commandos, and in their own Assyrian Levies formations saw active service in Italy, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, Lebanon and Palestine. History acknowledges that they significantly assisted in defeating the Axis Powers domination of the Middle East.


Athelstone Honour Board
Athelstone Honour Board
Address: 1 Maryvale Road, Athelstone Hall
City/Town: Athelstone
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Athelstone Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War Two and Vietnam.



Atherton War Memorial
Atherton War Memorial
Address: Kennedy Highway & Cook Streets, E. P. Hole Gardens
City/Town: Atherton
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Atherton War Memorial honours the sixty-seven local residents who died in World War One, and on ANZAC Day,1954, a plate was added to pay tribute to the thirty-five local residents who died in the Second World War. The statue at Atherton is unusual in that it portrays the digger in action, and is the only digger statue in Queensland in an animated pose.



The Atherton War Memorial was unveiled on 1st May 1924 by Chairman of the Tinaroo Shire, Mr Grau. It is thought to be designed and executed by Melrose and Fenwick, the leading monumental firm in north Queensland at the time. Funds for the memorial were raised mainly by the local women, with the Atherton RSL contributing £100.



ATSI War Memorial Plaque
ATSI War Memorial Plaque
Address: Mount Ainslie, Behind Australian War Memorial about 250metres north of Remembrance Driveway Cairn
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who have served in the Australian armed forces. Their contribution began as trackers with the Australian contingent in the Second Boer War in South Africa (1899 - 1902).



Approximately 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders served with the 1st Australian Imperial Force in World War One. About one third of these were casualties and one a prisoner-of-war. During World War Two, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders served in the Australian Army 2nd Australian Imperial Force as well as in the Royal Australian Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force.



Since 1946, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have also proudly served with distinction as members of the Australian Defence Force in Korea, Malaya, Borneo, Vietnam, Somalia, Rwanda, East Timor, Afghanistan and Iraq.



Auburn Memorial Gates
Auburn Memorial Gates
Address: King Street, Centenary Park
City/Town: Auburn
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Auburn Memorial Gates were originally erected to commemorates three soldiers who fell in World War Two. A plaque was added at a later date to commemorate those who served in the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and the Malayan and Borneo campaigns.



The  Annual Anzac Service was held on Sunday, May 1st, in the Institute. The Chairman of the District Council (Mr. H. Walton) presided, and the address was most ably given by the Rev. Cook (Baptist) of Clare.  After the service an adjournment was made to the monument, where wreaths were placed in honor of fallen soldiers in World War 1, after which the crowd moved to the newly erected gates as a Memorial to the three fallen soldiers from Auburn in World War 11. The president of the local branch of the R.S.L. (Mr.E. H. P. Whitehead) had charge of the proceedings, and asked Mr. Fred Standish of Clare, a returned soldier of World War II, and District Commissioner, to unveil the gates.

Northern Argus (Clare), 5th May 1949
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Auburn Soldiers Memorial
Auburn Soldiers Memorial
Address: Northumberland Road
City/Town: Auburn
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Auburn Soldiers Memorial was unveiled in April 1922 by Major General Sir Charles Rosenthal.



Augathella Cemetery Memorial
Augathella Cemetery Memorial
Address: Augathella Cemetery
City/Town: Augathella
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Augathella Cemetery Memorial is dedicated to all those who gave their lives in 20th Century wars.



Augathella Honour Roll
Augathella Honour Roll
Address: Main Street, Augathella Memorial Hall
City/Town: Augathella
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Wooden honour roll originally unveiled to commemorate those from the district who served in World War Two. Names were added at a later date to record the names of those who served in Korea and Vietnam.



The roll was unveiled in the new memorial hall on the 26th July 1947. A dance was held on the occasion and certificates were presented to all members of the fighting forces contained on the 1939-1945 honour board

The Charleville Times (Brisbane), 18th July 1947



 



Augathella Memorial Hall
Augathella Memorial Hall
Address: Main Street
City/Town: Augathella
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Augathella Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those from the district who paid the supreme sacrifice and a tribute to those who served and returned in both World Wars.



In 1946 the people of Augathella and district in order to show their sincere gratitude to the members of the fighting forces for their self-sacrifing efforts proposed to build a memorial hall at a cost of approximately £4500. The Memorial Hall was officially opened on the 17th May 1947 by Councillor C.A.Little with a grand ball preceded by a race meeting in the afternoon.

The Charleville Times , 9th, 23rd & 30th May



Augathella War Memorial
Augathella War Memorial
Address: Main Street
City/Town: Augathella
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Augathella War Memorial consists of three honour rolls commemorating those who served in World War One, World War Two, Korea and Vietnam.



The centrepiece is an original honour roll which contains the names of those who served in the Great War. The roll is intricately carved at the top and at the bottom bears the inscription , "presented by the U.W.R. Club". The roll on the left contains the names of those who served in World War Two, while the roll on the right contains the names of those who served in Korea and Vietnam. The two additional Rolls off Honour were added to the memorial precinct in 2006 and designed and installed by R.C.Ziegler of Toowoomba.



 



Augusta War Memorial
Augusta War Memorial
Address: York & Osnaburg Streets, Memorial Park
City/Town: Augusta
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Augusta War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those that died or were killed in World War One. The names of those who died or were killed in World War Two were added to the memorial at a later date. 



The approach path has 78 bronze plaques for those who served in World War Two.



Surrounding the memorial ae cairns which lists the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



In the presence of about 500 people, the new war memorial at Augusta was unveiled on April 19. The unveiling was performed by Col. A. C. N. and the Rev. E. C. Dawson performed the dedication ceremony. The memorial, which stands on a hill overlooking the Blackwood River, between Augusta and Cape Leeuwin, comprises a marble column surmounting a base of West Australian granite and concrete. At the ceremony, Col. Olden referred to the significance of the position of the statue, as it was placed in the extreme south-west corner of the continent — a part of Australia which provided many Australian soldiers with their last glimpse of their native country. The cost of the memorial was defrayed entirely by public subscription.

The West Australian, 30th April 1930.



Aurukun Honour Roll
Aurukun Honour Roll
Address: 39 Kang Kang Road, Aurukun Shire Council
City/Town: Aurukun
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Aurukun Honour Roll lists indigenous personnel who served in World War One and World War Two. The honour roll lists the names of 11 men from Aurukun who joined the Torres Light Infantry in World War Two.



 



On September 13 1943, eleven men from the remote indigenous community enlisted and joined the Torres Strait Light Infantry. An Australian Water Transport Group vessel had visited Aurukun, Weipa and Mapoon, specifically to recruit Aboriginal men. Many of those men had worked in the pearling lugger fleets that plied Torres Strait in those days. The military placed a high value on their knowledge of the remote Cape country & the challenging seas around Cape York.



Exact details of their military service are not known, but the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion played a vital role in protecting the maritime borders of far north Queensland and supporting the effort against Japanese forces in Papua New Guinea. It’s not well known that after Darwin, Horn Island, in the Torres Strait, was the second most attacked piece of Australian territory during World War Two. In all, 870 men from Cape York & Torres Strait served with the Light Infantry.



 



Austinmer War Memorial
Austinmer War Memorial
Address: Lawrence Hargrave Drive
City/Town: Austinmer
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Australia Remembers Commemorative Park
Australia Remembers Commemorative Park
Address: Gosden Drive, Mountain View Estate off Dalby-Jandowae Road
City/Town: Dalby
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Australia Remembers Commemorative Park honours service personnel from Dalby who lost their lives in World War One, World War Two, Korea and Vietnam.  Sir James Killen planted a Gallipoli pine at the dedication



Australia Remembers Memorial
Australia Remembers Memorial
Address: First & Fourth Streets
City/Town: Ardrossan
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates those who have served in the conflicts which Australia has been involved in from the start of World War Two.



Monument characteristics :



A grey marble tile tapered pillar surmounted by a stainless steel Cross of Sacrifice. A black plaque is affixed to the face. A time capsule is contained within the pillar. The monument is set on a black marble sur-base and white marble bricks. All details are in white



Australia Remembers Memorial
Australia Remembers Memorial
Address: Macquarie & Ernest Streets, Memorial Place
City/Town: Belmont
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Australia Remembers Memorial commemorates those from Lake Macquarie who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Australia Remembers Plaque
Australia Remembers Plaque
Address: Centenary Avenue
City/Town: Lucindale
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A plaque commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars from 1939 to 1995.



 



Australia Women`s Services & Auxiliary`s Memorial
Australia Women`s Services & Auxiliary`s Memorial
Address: Dixon & Memorial Drives, Horsham Cenotaph
City/Town: Horsham
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in the Women's Royal Naval Service, the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force, the Women's Army Service and the Australian Nursing Services.



Australia`s War Dead Memorial
Australia`s War Dead Memorial
Address: Chandlers Hill Road & Herrings Lane , Keane War Memorial Gardens
City/Town: Happy Valley
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Australia`s War Dead Memorial was erected in memory of those who lost their lives in conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Australian & Allied Submarines
Australian & Allied Submarines
Address: Sir Edwin Smith Avenue, South Australia Naval Memorial Garden
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Plaque dedicated to Australian and Allied Submarines and submariners who lost their lives in the defence of their country.

Australian Air League Commemorative Memorial Wall
Australian Air League Commemorative Memorial Wall
Address: Bonds Road , Australian Air League Hall, Bland Oval
City/Town: Riverwood
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Australian Air League Commemorative Memorial Wall


Australian Airmen
Australian Airmen
Address: 300 Waterdale Road, Repatriation Hospital, Remembrance Garden
City/Town: Heidelberg
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Propellor of a plane commemorates the Australian airmen who have died in conlficts that Australia has been involved in


Australian Armed Forces Bi-centennial Memorial
Australian Armed Forces Bi-centennial Memorial
Address: Pacific Highway , Ourimbah Railway Station Park
City/Town: Ourimbah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts during 200 years of white settlement in Australia.



Australian Army
Australian Army
Address: Calder Highway & View Street, Soldiers Memorial grounds
City/Town: Kangaroo Flat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque on plinth in remembrance of those who served in war and peace.



Australian Army Apprentices Memorial
Australian Army Apprentices Memorial
Address: Memorial Park, Gaza Ridge Barracks
City/Town: Bandiana
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the 8000 apprentices who trained at Balcombe and Bonegilla between 1948 and 1995.


Australian Army Medical Corps
Australian Army Medical Corps
Address: Ann Street, The Crypt, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A plaque commemorates those who have served in the Australian Army Medical Corps.



The Royal Australian Army Medical Corps (RAAMC) is the branch of the Australian Army responsible for providing medical care to Army personnel. The Australian Army Medical Corps was formed in 1902 and has participated in every Australian Army operation. The "Royal" prefix was granted in 1948.



Australian Army National Memorial
Australian Army National Memorial
Address: ANZAC Parade
City/Town: Reid
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Australian Army National Memorial commemorates Australian soldiers who fought on the South African veldt; in World War One at Gallipoli, in the Sinai and Palestine and on the Western Front; in World War Two in North Africa, Greece, Crete and Syria, Asia and the South West Pacific; in Korea and South East Asia.  



This memorial also reminds of the importance of the Australian Digger in the formation of national character and sentiment. The term "Digger" was first used to describe Australian soldiers during the trench warfare of World War One. The central focus is two bronze figures representing Australian soldiers facing east towards the rising sun. The figures stand on a raised podium paved in a radial pattern, which refers to the Army insignia.



Seven cylindrical pillars recall the seven major conflicts in which the Australian Army has been involved in the twentieth century. The pillars stand in water, reminding the visitor of the long sea journeys involved in all Australian campaigns.



Australian Army Nurses Plaque
Australian Army Nurses Plaque
Address: Globe Street, Nurses Walk
City/Town: The Rocks
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bronze plaque attached to a wall, displaying relief figures of Army nurses.


Australian Army Nurses Plaque
Australian Army Nurses Plaque
Address: Drayton & Marble Street, Dalby RSLA Memorial Club
City/Town: Dalby
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Plaque commemorates Australian Army Nurses who have paid the supreme sacrifice.



Australian Army Nursing Service Centenary Plaque
Australian Army Nursing Service Centenary Plaque
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates a centenary of service by the Australian Army Nursing Service Corps and the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps. 


Australian Army Nursing Service Plaque
Australian Army Nursing Service Plaque
Address: Ann Street, The Crypt, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Australian Army Nursing Service Plaque commemorates those who served.



The Australian Army Nursing Service, which was actually a reserve, was established on 1 July 1902. The Service was staffed by volunteer civilian nurses who would be available for duty during times of national emergency. Members of the Service served in both the World Wars, staffing medical facilities in Australia and overseas. In 1949 the Service became part of the Australian Regular Army and is now known as the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps (RAANC).



Australian Army Ordinance & Royal Australian Army Ordinance Corps
Australian Army Ordinance & Royal Australian Army Ordinance Corps
Address: King William Road & Victoria Drive, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates those who served with the Australian Army Ordinance Corps(AAOC) and Royal Australian Army Ordinance Corps (RAAOC) in all areas of conflict. 



Australian Army Service Corps Plaque
Australian Army Service Corps Plaque
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Australian Army Service Corps Plaque is dedicated to those who served with Corps. in peace and war.



Australian Army Water Transport
Australian Army Water Transport
Address: Chowder Bay Road, Chowder Bay
City/Town: Clifton Gardens
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates Australian Army Water Transport unit of the Royal Australian Engineers



Australian Artillery Memorial
Australian Artillery Memorial
Address: Belgrave Street, Gilbert Park
City/Town: Manly
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A 25 Pounder Mark 11 Gun commemorates those who have served in the Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery of the Australian Army and also recognises their close association between the Municipality of Manly and the School of Artillery.



Australian Commando Memorial
Australian Commando Memorial
Address: Wilson`s Promontory
City/Town: Tidal River
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the Commando units of World War Two who camped and trained at Tidal River, and all the commandos were died or were killed during World War Two and in conflicts post World War Two.



The monument also lists people who died or were killed assisting the commandos.



Australian Corvettes
Australian Corvettes
Address: Goodwood & Daws Roads, Repatriation General Hospital
City/Town: Daw Park
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Australian Corvettes plaque commemorates 56 Corvettes and crews who served in the Royal Australian Navy between 1940 and 1950.



Australian Defence Force Health Service Memorial
Australian Defence Force Health Service Memorial
Address: War Memorial Drive & Sir Edwin Smith Avenue, Angas Gardens
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument of ‘Simpson and his Donkey’ commemorates the work of the health services of the Australian Defence Force.



Simpson was chosen as the subject for the monument in part because of the strong South Australian link with the Australian Army Medical Corps.  Adelaide was home to the 3rd Field Ambulance from the First World War until 1995.



Australian Defence Force Memorial
Australian Defence Force Memorial
Address: Defence Force Headquarters
City/Town: Russell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial honours 29 Australian Defence Force personnel who have died in action from 2000 to 2010.



Australian Defence Force Memorial
Australian Defence Force Memorial
Address: Lloyd Street, Gallipoli Barracks
City/Town: Enoggera
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Memorial commemorates members of the Australian Defence Force who died while serving in all wars and conflict.



Australian Ex-Prisoners of War Memorial
Australian Ex-Prisoners of War Memorial
Address: Wendouree Parade & Carlton Street, Botanical Gardens
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Australian Ex-Prisoners of War Memorial features a granite wall listing the names of Australian Prisoners of War (POW). The listing is by surname and initials and shown by war. Between the Boer War (1899-1902) and the Korean War in the 1950`s 34,737 Australian servicemen and women (59 World War Two nurses) were incarcerated in prisoner-of-war camps.



Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force
Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force
Address: Victoria Drive, Torrens Parade Ground
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Plaque erected by R.A.A.F Base Edinburgh in memory of fallen comrades in all theatres of war. 



Note: Plaque has been relocated from the RAAF Memorial Reserve which was located at Adelaide Airport.



Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Chaplains
Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Chaplains
Address: Federal Highway, RAAF Memorial Grove
City/Town: Majura
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Plaque commemorates chaplains who served with Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force.

Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Memorial
Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Memorial
Address: Molesworth & Market Streets, Lismore Memorial Park
City/Town: Lismore
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates those who have served in the Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Memorial
Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Memorial
Address: Oliver Drive , Port Macquarie Airport
City/Town: Port Macquarie
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in the Australian Flying Corps and Royal Australian Air Force 



Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Memorial
Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Memorial
Address: Steffensen Street, Lions Remembrance Park
City/Town: Bundaberg West
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial plinth commemorates those who served in the Australian Flying Corps or Royal Australian Air Force.



Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Memorial
Australian Flying Corps & Royal Australian Air Force Memorial
Address: Alan Mathews Drive, Mildura Airport, Air Force Museum
City/Town: Mildura
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates members of the Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force who died or were killed in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



The monument has a number of pillars which list the names of those who did not return.



Australian Flying Corps and Royal Australian Air Force Plaque
Australian Flying Corps and Royal Australian Air Force Plaque
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Plaque commemorates those who served with the Australian Flying Corps and Royal Australian Air Force.



Australian Flying Corps, Air Force & Royal Australian Air Force Associations
Australian Flying Corps, Air Force & Royal Australian Air Force Associations
Address: Victoria Drive , Torrens Parade Ground
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Plaque dedicated to all members of the Air Force Associations.



Australian Imperial Force War Cemetery
Australian Imperial Force War Cemetery
Address: 161 West Terrace
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Australian Imperial Force War Cemetery contains the graves of those who served in World War One and World War Two.



The Australian Imperial Forces (AIF) Cemetery was officially opened in 1920 soon after peace was declared in the Great War 1914-1918. Dedicated exclusively for the burial of ex-service personnel this project was the first soldiers' burial ground in the Commonwealth.



Situated in the South Western corner of historic West Terrace Cemetery the AIF section now spans an area of four acres and contains the graves of 4155 ex service personnel, including four Victoria Cross recipients. It is bordered by a hedge and contains a seeding related to the original lone pine on Gallipoli, which was planted to commemorate the brave deeds and sacrifices of the Anzacs.



The Cross of Sacrifice, a gift from the Federal Government, is situated prominently in the centre of the cemetery, and was the first to be erected in an Australian Cemetery.



Elaborate arrangements have been made by the A.I.F. Cemetery Trust to solemnize the dedication of the Soldiers' Cemetery, West Terrace, on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. His Excellency tthe Governor will deliver an address an unveil the head tablets erected on the graves of those who have died since returning from the Great War. The ceremony will be of a religious nature, and will be conducted by chaplains who saw overseas service. 'The supreme sacrifice,' which was sung at the burial of the Unknown Warrior in London will be rendered on this occasion.

The Register (Adelaide), 9 December 1922.



 



 



Australian Intelligence Corps
Australian Intelligence Corps
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the units of the Australian Army Intelligence Corps during various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



 



Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women
Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A tree commemorates the Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women`s Fiftieth Year.



Australian Light Horse Memorial
Australian Light Horse Memorial
Address: Seymour-Tooborac Road & Morobe Road, Royal Australian Armoured Corps Museum, Hopkins Barracks
City/Town: Puckapunyal
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various units of the Australian Light Horse



Australian Light Horse Memorial Park
Australian Light Horse Memorial Park
Address: Goulburn Valley Highway
City/Town: Seymour
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Australian Light Horse Memorial Park was formerly known as Site 17, which was used by the military for training purposes. There are historical structures and remnants of the military use through the bushland reserve, most significant are perhaps the water troughs to be found at the end of Light Horse Drive in the industrial estate.



There are a number of plaques to various military units within the Park.



Australian Light Horsemen
Australian Light Horsemen
Address: 19 West Terrace, Caloundra RSL
City/Town: Caloundra
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
A monument commemorates those who served in the Australian Light Horse in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved, and the horses they rode.

Australian Memorial Walk
Australian Memorial Walk
Address: North Fort Road, North Head
City/Town: Manly
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Memorial Walk is in honour of any Australian who has served in the defence of Australia in peace or in war. A series of five monuments link the pathway, constructed with pavers donated by friends, families, relatives, local organizations, clubs and corporations, recognizing their own or relatives’ military service.



Australian Merchant Seamen`s Memorial
Australian Merchant Seamen`s Memorial
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates the service and sacrifice of Australian merchant seamen who manned ships in all parts of the world during the First and Second World Wars.



The monument is formed around the central block of three large concrete and stone structures. The north and south sides of the block carry plaques recording the names and ships of merchant seamen who died during World War One and World War Two. On the west side of the block is a bronze sculpture depicting men helping others into a rubber raft.



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Australian Military Police
Australian Military Police
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates the Australian Military Police commonly known as Red Caps or simply just MPs. The Military Police have served alongside regular troops since World War One.



Australian Mining Corps Honour Roll
Australian Mining Corps Honour Roll
Address: Prior & Hewett Streets, RSL Club
City/Town: Charters Towers
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Australian Mining Corps Honour Roll is a framed paper honour roll which lists the names of those who served in the defence forces.



 



 



Note: Charters Towers RSL closed in March 2013



 



Australian Naval Aviation Roll of Honour
Australian Naval Aviation Roll of Honour
Address: 489A Albatross Road, Fleet Air Arm Museum
City/Town: Nowra Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A wall commemorates aviators of the Royal Australian Navy who have died or were killed in various conflicts in which Australia has been involved



Australian Peacekeeping Forces
Australian Peacekeeping Forces
Address: 23-25 William Street, Beaudesert RSL
City/Town: Beaudesert
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Plaque pays tribute to Australian Peacekeeping Forces.



Australia has had peacekeepers in the field with the United Nations continuously for over 50 years. In Indonesia in 1947, Australians were part of the very first group of UN military observers anywhere in the world, and were, in fact, the first into the field.



Peacekeeping has not only been the preserve of the Australian Defence Force. Since 1964, Australian police have served in Cyprus, an island wracked by conflict between its Greek and Turkish communities.



Australian Peacekeeping Forces Memorial Plaque
Australian Peacekeeping Forces Memorial Plaque
Address: Bath & Johnson Streets
City/Town: Bruce Rock
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial Plaque on Post World War Two memorial commemorates those who have served in the Australian Peacekeeping Forces.



Australian Prisoners of War Plaque
Australian Prisoners of War Plaque
Address: Alfred Street, War Memorial Park on War memorial
City/Town: Scottsdale
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque commemorates all Australian Prisoners of War.



Australian Red Cross Society
Australian Red Cross Society
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A plaque commemorates the Australian Red Cross Society, who have served with the Armed Forces since World War One.



The Australian Red Cross was formed as a branch of the British Red Cross at Government House, Melbourne on 13th August 1914 by Lady Helen Munro-Ferguson, wife of the Governor-General, exactly nine days after the outbreak of World War One.



The main task of the first Australian Red Cross volunteers was to supply care parcels containing soap, toiletries, special food and games for sick and wounded troops. Red Cross was responsible for providing assistance to the survivors of the Battle of Gallipoli, the soldiers who fought in Egypt, the blind and those suffering from the effects of war. In 1915 the Transport Service commenced, driving soldiers who had returned on the hospital ships to their homes or convalescent facilities.



Australian Service Nurses National Memorial
Australian Service Nurses National Memorial
Address: ANZAC Parade, East Side
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Australian Service Nurses National Memorial honours past and present Australian Service nurses.



Since the time of the South African War, nurses have served by caring for the sick and wounded in every conflict to which Australia has committed troops. This memorial is made of cast glass. Etched and cast into the inner glass walls are text and images, in a timeline sequence, portraying the history and contribution of Australian Service Nursing.



The memorial also includes a collage of historical photographs and extracts from diaries and letters, in the original handwriting. Some panels are blank. This is intentional, reminding of the inconclusive nature of any memorial to an ongoing Service group. The memorial is distinctly horizontal and the form of the interlocking glass walls represents nurturing hands, symbolic of nursing. A contemplative space surrounded with rosemary for remembrance completes the memorial. Among values reflected in the memorial are those of human dignity and worth, dedication in bringing succour and care, commitment beyond self, courage, companionship and fortitude.



Australian Serviceman
Australian Serviceman
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Statue representin all arms of the services commemorates the sacrifices of Australians in all wars. The statue originally stood in the Hall of Memory which was opened by the Governor-General, Sir William Slim on the 24th May 1959.



The bronze statue of an Australian serviceman, which will be the central figure in the Hall of Memory at the Australian War Memorial, has been completed in Italy. It was sculptured by Australian, Mr. R. Ewers, and sent to Milan for casting in bronze. Several other works by Mr. Ewers are now in the War Memorial. The statue is 18ft. high, and will stand on a 9ft. marble base.

Its total cost, including insurance and transport expenses, will exceed £16,000.

The Canberra Times (ACT), 14th March 1959.



Australian Servicewomen`s Memorial
Australian Servicewomen`s Memorial
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates the service and sacrifice of all Australian servicewomen.



Australian Servicewomen`s Memorial
Australian Servicewomen`s Memorial
Address: Bath & Johnson Streets
City/Town: Bruce Rock
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Australian Servicewomen`s Memorial commemorates women who have served in the Australian Defence Forces.



Australian War Memorial
Australian War Memorial
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Australian War Memorial is Australia`s national memorial to the members of all its armed forces and supporting organizations who have died in the wars of the Commonwealth of Australia. The Australian War Memorial consists of four major elements: ANZAC Parade, a commemorative area, a museum, and a sculpture garden.



The Australian War Memorial at Canberra, symbol of a young nation's courage and sacrifice, was officially opened yesterday. The impressive service of tribute to the deathless army which placed the seal on Australian nationhood came to its climax when the Governor - General (Lord Gowrie) closed a switch, and the great bronze doors of the memorial swung silently open. Thus, an ideal conceived on the battlefields of the Old World had been realised and the splendid monument of the Empire's youngest capital became the property of the Australian people. Before the great shrine in white sandstone at the foot of Mt. Ainslie, an assembly of 5,000 people participated in a ceremony made more deeply solemn by the significance of Armistice Day. 



"This memorial contains a complete record of the first great crisis in Australian history," said the Prime Minister (Mr. Curtin). "In it are the accounts of innumerable acts of heroism the story of an unquenchable faith. It is the sanctuary of Australia's traditions. The Australian War Memorial would not only house the relics of war but would keep alive the sacrifices and services which were the cornerstone of a peoples' greatness."

Excerpts from opening ceremony,

The Canberra Times (ACT), 12th November 1941.



 



Australian-Chinese War Memorial
Australian-Chinese War Memorial
Address: Harbour & Pier Streets, Chinese Gardens, Darling Harbour
City/Town: Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates the sacrifice made by Chinese men and women who served Australia in all conflicts.


Chinese Australians made significant contributions during the Boer War, the First World War, the Second World War, the conflict in Malaya, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and other conflicts.


When war came to Australia with the bombing of Darwin on 19 February 1942, many Chinese Australians witnessed the destruction. As the enemy moved closer to north Australia, Chinese Australians helped build airstrips and fortify beaches, supplied food, transmitted coded messages and maintained amphibious vehicles to repel a possible invasion. Overseas, they served on the front line, on land, sea and in the air. In 1942, in Cairns, Thomas Tung Yep was one of the Chinese boys accepted as air crew by the RAAF.  The participants have not been limited to fighting men. Australian nurses of Chinese ancestry have served wherever our brave nurses have done their wonderful work.


Australians in the Royal Air Force
Australians in the Royal Air Force
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates Australians who served in the Royal Air Force


Avalon RSL Cenotaph & Memorial Garden
Avalon RSL Cenotaph & Memorial Garden
Address: Bowling Green Lane , Avalon Beach RSL Club
City/Town: Avalon Beach
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The war memorial and commemorative garden were commissioned in 2004 by the Avalon RSL Sub Branch. The memorial replaces the one erected in 1956, which itself was a replacement of the original 1948 memorial.


This memorial comprises a circular dome of green verdee granite surmounted by a bronze star. The stone is set on a sandstone base. It is surrounded by four memorial plaques for each of the Armed Services and the Merchant Navy, suggestive of the Southern Cross. Keeping watch over the memorial are three carved sandstone pillars with three green granite supports evoking the image of armed sentinels. The garden consists of Australian trees and native plants while rosemary from Gallipoli separates the memorial area from the entrance path to the club. The memorial pavers commemorate friends and relatives who enlisted to serve their country.


Avenel Memorial Gates
Avenel Memorial Gates
Address: Ewings Street, Cemetery
City/Town: Avenel
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial Gates at cemetery commemorate those who served in various conflicts. 



Avenel War Memorial
Avenel War Memorial
Address: Livingstone Street, Jubilee Park
City/Town: Avenel
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served, died or were killed in World Wars One and Two.



The Avenel War Memorial was unveiled by Colonel Langley on the 4th December 1920 originally to commemorate those who had served in World War One.   The 'digger'' memorial originally stood at the head of Bank Street facing Queen Street but was moved to its present position.



Other plaques have been added to the monument to commemorate World War Two. 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Lachlan Valley Way
City/Town: Cowra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Boorowa Road and Grenfell Road were selected by the "Women's Club" of Cowra during 1917 as an ideal location to plant 465 trees in remembrance of all the Australian soldiers from the Cowra district who served their country during World War One. 



The trees were planted on Arbour Day 1917 all trees used in the original planting were donated by the Sydney Botanical Gardens. The Avenue was officially opened during 1918 with the deputy premier of New South Wales and senior military officials present on the day.



The avenue was re-dedicated on 27 July 1991



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: New England Highway & Noalimba Avenue
City/Town: Kentucky
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The original Avenue of Honour of poplar trees was planted in 1924 to commemorate the original soldier settlers who served in World War One. The poplar trees became dangerous and were replaced in 2006 with pin oaks. The memorial plaque was installed on the avenue in 2008.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Wallace Road
City/Town: Allans Flat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An Avenue of Honour commemorates former students of the Allans Flat Primary School and residents who served in World Wars One and Two. 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Arthurs Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Coulstone Street
City/Town: Beeac
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

There are two Avenues of Honour in Beeac, and this one in Coulstone Street commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Doolans Road
City/Town: Browns Plains
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Browns Plains Avenue of Honour was planted in 1920 with thirty trees, to commemorate those who served in the First World War.



The town of Browns Plains no longer exists.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Buchan South Primary School
City/Town: Buchan South
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avenue of Honour commemorates the veterans of Buchan and district who fought in World War One. It consists  of two rows of English oaks (Quercus Robur) planted in 1920 by the relatives of the soldiers who had fought for Australia in WW1 and students from the Buchan South public school.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Fryers Road
City/Town: Chewton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Gaffney Street, Coburg Lake Reserve
City/Town: Coburg
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Coburg Avenue of Honour, consisting of 170 trees, was planted on August 30th 1919 in Coburg Lake Reserve. The avenue was dedicated to the memory of soldiers who died during the First World War.



A plaque was unveiled on the 29th May 1990 stating that remaining trees now collectively commemorate all Coburg servicemen who made the supreme sacrifice including the ninety one names on the memorial plaque.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: South Gippsland Highway
City/Town: Cranbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of honour commemorates those who served in World War One and World War Two



The Cranbourne Avenue of Honour was opened on August 9th 1919 by Councillor D. M. Macgregor . The Avenue of Portugal Oak represented 50 Dandenong soldiers and two nurses and was planted from the Shire Hall along Tooradin Road. (The Argus, Melbourne 1st September 1919). The avenue starts at Sladen Street and continues along the South Gippsland Highway.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Lyon & Tennant Street
City/Town: Cressy
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avenue of Honour in Cressy is now dedicated to the men and women of Cressy who have served their country in time of war.  The Memorial Stone is at the start of Stage One of the replanted Avenue of Honour.



The Avenue of Honour in Cressy was planted in 1918 with names of the volunteers from Cressy, Weering and the surrounding district who had enlisted in the First World War recorded on enamelled plaques nailed to guards surrounding the trees . Fire destroyed many trees in the Avenue of Honour in 1977.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Hamilton Highway
City/Town: Derrinallum
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

In 1918, the Derrinallum/Lismore Avenue of Honour was planted with 180 Cypress Pines to commemorate the First World War.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Geelong Road
City/Town: Footscray
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

More than 700 plaques commemorating men lost at war were installed along Geelong Road and approximately only 250 remain, including more than 100 believed buried when the road was widened 40 years ago.



Hundreds were torn out during the widening project - some were later salvaged from a rubbish tip. The Commemoration Park Memorial Committee, has won broad support in ther campaign to have the plaques - some of which were buried by roadworks - moved from Geelong Road to Spotswood’s Mary Street Reserve.



The Footscray Historical Society and the local branch of the National Trust are fighting the move, saying the “Avenue of Honour” was funded by Footscray families as more than 2000 men and women enlisted from the area.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Grassmere Road
City/Town: Grassmere
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Grassmere Avenue of Honour comprises of seven Oak trees planted in the 1920s in memory of the local men who died fighting in the First World War. 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Clarke Street
City/Town: Hamilton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Maroondah Highway, Lilydale extension
City/Town: Healesville
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Hamilton Highway
City/Town: Hexham
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Korumburra-Wonthaggi Road & Kongwak-Inverloch Road
City/Town: Kongwak
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Kotupna
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Old Calder Highway
City/Town: Kyneton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Landsborough
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Lillimur
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Lysterfield & Wellington Roads
City/Town: Lysterfield
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avenue of Honour was originally planted by a local resident, Gus Powell to commemorate those from Lysterfield who died in World War One.    Of the fourteen men who enlisted, ten returned. Four English Oaks were planted for the soldiers killed in action and ten Silky Oaks planted for those who returned.



During the 1990s, the avenue was under threat by proposed road widening, however local resident Ed Williams acted to have the trees protected.   The Knox and Yarra Ranges Councils, the Australian Army, and donations from local people provided plaques for the First and Second World Wars, Vietnam and Korean wars and service in East Timor. 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Meeniyan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Moriac
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Blackburn & England Roads
City/Town: Mount Waverley
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Avenue of Honour


Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Maryborough-St Arnaud Road
City/Town: Natte Yallock
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates all who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Port Fairy Road
City/Town: Orford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Cypress trees were planted to commemorates those who served in World War One, and another avenue of trees was planted in 2002 on the other side of the road



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Penshurst
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Puckapunyal
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Avenue of Honour


Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Victoria Street
City/Town: Pyramid Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avenue of Honour commemorates those who died in service or were killed in action during World Wars One and Two.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Rowsley
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: East Sale RAAF Base
City/Town: East Sale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Pitfield Road, Woady Yallock Primary School
City/Town: Scarsdale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Yackandandah - Wodonga Road
City/Town: Staghorn Flat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Stockyard Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Tanwood
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Trawalla
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Ullina - Kooroocheang Road
City/Town: Ullina
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: School
City/Town: Upper Tambo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: River Road, Recreation Ground
City/Town: Walwa
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Port Welshpool Road
City/Town: Welshpool
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Willaura-Wickliffe Road
City/Town: Willaura
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument has replaced the former Avenue of Honour which commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Calder Highway
City/Town: Woodend
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Apex Drive, Mount Clarence
City/Town: Albany
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avenue of Honour in Apex Drive was planted in 1955-1956 and replaced the original avenue planted in 1921 in Middleton Road. It honours those who fell in World War One, World War Two and the Korean War.



The Albany Avenue of honour was originally planted in Middleton Road in 1921 to honour the fallen of World War One. At the time of the planting Nurse M.C.Birt penned a poem in commemoration of the planting.



May every leaf on each green tree,

As changing seasons come and go,

Whisper our pride and sympathy

To name plates on their boles below,

And murmur one unending song,

In praise of those who marched along

Our Avenue of Honour


 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Glenelg Highway
City/Town: Coleraine
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The avenue was planted after 1919 by the Coleraine branch of the Returned Services League as a living memorial to those who served in the First World War. The planting closest to the township was dedicated to those who died during the war. There were two sections of planting, one dedicated to those who died in active service, and the other to those who served and returned.



The Black Saturday bushfires of February 2009 destroyed 54 trees and a new Avenue of Honour was replanted in April 24th 2010 to honour all women and men who have served in conflicts.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Walker Street, Macclesfield Oval
City/Town: Macclesfield
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avenue of Honour commemorates those who dide in service or were killed in action in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved. Twenty six plaques were installed along the Avenue of Honour in 2013 to commemorate those who paid the supreme sacrifice. 



The treeplanting scheme of the Macclesfield War Memorial Association Inc. has been planned and is being carried out now by Mr.H.Kempe, of Kemp's Nurseries. Plants and trees have already been planted at the Lord Robinson Park and will be continued at the oval. The school held Its Arbor Day in connection with this scheme, the children planting 14 poplars on the western side of the oval.

The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser (SA), 31 Aug 1950.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Hamilton Highway
City/Town: Caramut
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avenue of Honour comprises of ten Monterey Cypresses (Cupressus macrocarpa) that line both sides of Brown Street, Caramut, in the vicinity of the local RSL Hall. A stump from a fallen tree in the Avenue of Honour has been carved into a war memorial.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Stradbrooke Road
City/Town: Stanley Flat
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.  



A monument erected in 2005 commemorates the planting of trees in memory of those from the Stanley Flat district who served in World War One and World Two.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: The Boulevard
City/Town: Aberfeldie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avenue of Honour consisted on twelve dozen Cyprus trees dedicated to each battleship that had served during World War One.



In 1999, the avenue was reconstructed and rededicated amd now consists of 70 trees.



 



 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Belmore & Orr Streets
City/Town: Yarrawonga
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Deakin Avenue
City/Town: Mildura
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Hexham-Chatsworth Road
City/Town: Hexham
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Mortlake - Ararat Road
City/Town: Maroona
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: 2708 Tatyoon Road
City/Town: Tatyoon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: High Street
City/Town: Harcourt
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour Monument
Avenue of Honour Monument
Address: Nepean Highway
City/Town: Frankston
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees was planted in July 1918 to commemorate those who served in World War One.  In the 1960`s due to road widening the trees were removed and a memorial was erected at the northern and southern ends of the avenue.



Frankston Avenue of Honour was planted in memory of those enlisted from the Frankston District in World War One. The Avenue of 144 Australian Gum trees were planted by the soldier's relatives on the 13th July 1918. The first tree was planted by the Governor and bore the name of Private A. Bolger, the first Frankston soldier to lose his life. The Argus, 15th July 1918.



Avenue of Trees Memorial
Avenue of Trees Memorial
Address: Princess Street, Memorial Park
City/Town: Grafton
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

This memorial was originally located on the intersection of Bacon and Mary Streets Grafton.


It is a small, granite memorial with four brass plaques that contain the names of 45 servicemen and women from World Wars One and Two, and Korea who were killed.


These people were originally commemorated with an avenue of trees that were planted in 1949, but over the years the trees died and the original plaques disappeared. The present memorial was built is 1982 and was later moved to Memorial Park, Grafton.


 


Avoca Memorial Gates
Avoca Memorial Gates
Address: Esk Highway
City/Town: Avoca
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avoca Memorial Gates commemorate those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avoca Soldiers Memorial
Avoca Soldiers Memorial
Address: High Street (Sunraysia Highway)
City/Town: Avoca
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in tha various conflicts in which Australia has been involved. 



Avoca State School Gates
Avoca State School Gates
Address: 118 Barnett Street, Avoca Primary School
City/Town: Avoca
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
The gates to the school commemorates former pupils who died or were killed in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.

Avoca War Memorial
Avoca War Memorial
Address: Esk Highway, Boucher Memorial Park
City/Town: Avoca
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Avoca War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.  The monument lists 1 name.



Avon Plains Memorial Pavilion
Avon Plains Memorial Pavilion
Address: 1903 Donald-Avon Plains Road , Paddock near town
City/Town: Avon Plains
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Avon Plains War Memorial Pavilion was constructed in 1918, funded by public subscription and an Education Department donation, to commemorate servicemen who served in the First World War. The shelter which is located on the site of the former Avon Plains State School contained two honour rolls-one for those scholars who had served in the Boer War and the other for scholars of the school and district born boys who served in World War One. 


Subsequently two polished timber Honour Rolls commemorating scholars who served in the First and Second World Wars were installed, together with eight large photographic portraits of some of the former students in military uniform. All the Honour Rolls and photographs were removed in 1993 and transferred to the Donald RSL and the St Arnaud RSL Halls.


Ayr ANZAC Memorial Club
Ayr ANZAC Memorial Club
Address: 101 Burke Street
City/Town: Ayr
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Ayr ANZAC Memorial Club was erected in memory the fallen of both World Wars.



On the 5th November 1944, the Ayr Sub Branch of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A decided to proceed with plans for the construction of a new club room ay Ayr and has set £6000 as its target. The new building will be known as the Anzac Memorial Club. At the main entrance will be the Memorial Area with the Roll of Honour, photographs of residents who had paid the supreme sacrifice, war relics and other memorial objects.

Townsville Daily Bulletin, 6th November 1944, 21st February 1946.



Ayr Honour Roll
Ayr Honour Roll
Address: 101 Burke Street, ANZAC Memorial Club
City/Town: Ayr
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Wooden honour roll commemorates personnel who served in World War Two and the Korean War



Ayr War Memorial
Ayr War Memorial
Address: MacMillan & MacKenzie Streets, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Ayr
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ayr War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. The names of the fallen are on the front of the memorial and additional names of the fallen were added at a later date to commemorate those who served in World War Two and Korea.



The unveiling of the memorial in 1925 was witnessed by over 200 people. The Chair was occupied by Mr. R.A.Taib who called upon Councillor H. Barsby to perform the opening address and unveil the memorial and park. The memorial which up until that stage had been enshrouded in darkness became the centre of illumination. Electric lights were set in bowls of flowers at each corner of the monument while a number of returned soldiers stood at the base. On the 13th April 1949,  The Returned Soldiers League prepared a list of 34 names of those who had paid the supreme sacrifice in World War Two for inclusion on the memorial on Anzac Day 1949.

Cairns Post , 27th November 1925, Townsville Daily Bulletin, 14th April 1949.



Ayre Memorial Gates
Ayre Memorial Gates
Address: Oallen Ford Road, Bungonia Cemetery
City/Town: Bungonia
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial gates erected in memory of William Ayre who died in the Boer War and Claude and Charles Ayre who died in World War One.  The memorial gates were originally unveiled in 1901 in memory of William Ayre.



Mr. J. Turner, monumental mason, of Verner Street, has just completed a handsome memorial gate which is to be erected in the Bungonia cemetery to the memory of the late Trooper Ayre, of the Citizens' Bushmen by his many friends in and around Bungonia.  The gate will be erected in the dividing fence between the Church of England and Roman Catholic sections of the cemetery. It stands about 10 feet high and including the wing sides, will be about 15 feet wide. The gate is composed of a pair massive uprights, resting on a moulded base, and surmounted by an ornamental cap and pedestal, with a marble panel let in on each side, bearing the.followiog inscription in imperishable lead letters :-"In memory of Private William Myles Ayre, No. 203, Citizens' Bushmen's Contingent, who died at Pretoria S.A., 16th November, 1900, aged 24 years : erected by his many friends." There is an ornamental iron gate, with short iron railings on each side. The stone is  of the best selected Bundanoon freestone.  The money was subscribed by the late trooper's friends, and a very handsome memorial has been supplied at a reasonable cost amounting to about £20.

Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW), 3 August 1901.



The historic town of Bungonia was astir on Saturday last on the occasion of the un veiling of a handsome memorial gate in the Bungonia cemetery to the memory of Trooper William Miles Ayre, a native of Bungonia, who died at Pretoria. The matter was taken up most heartily by the residents, and a respectable sum of money was subscribed for the memorial, which is in every way creditable to all concerned. A large gathering of residents from all parts of the district wit nessed the interesting ceremony. The task of unveiling the memorial was entrusted to Mr. J. M. Broadhead, who made a neat and appropriate address.

Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW), 10 September 1901.







 



 



B Squadron 3rd 4th Cavalry Regiment
B Squadron 3rd 4th Cavalry Regiment
Address: Bruce Highway, Lavarack Army Barracks
City/Town: Townsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates members of B Squadron 3rd 4th Cavalry Regiment who have died or been killed in the conflicts that the Regiment has been involved in.



The regiment was formed in 1981 through the amalgamation of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment and the 4th Cavalry Regiment.   It has been involved in deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan and Timor Leste.



Bacchus Marsh Returned Services League (RSL) War Memorial
Bacchus Marsh Returned Services League (RSL)  War Memorial
Address: 203 Main Street, RSL Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bacchus Marsh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bacchus Marsh RSL War Memorial was erected by the people of the Shire of Bacchus Marsh in recognition of those who served their country in times of war.



Bacchus Marsh RSL Shea Family Honour Board
Bacchus Marsh RSL Shea Family Honour Board
Address: 203 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh RSL Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bacchus Marsh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bacchus Marsh RSL Shea Family Honour Board commemorates those who enlisted in World War Two, the B.C.O.F., Korea, Malaya and Vietnam.



Baddaginnie War Memorial
Baddaginnie War Memorial
Address: High & Palmerston Streets
City/Town: Baddaginnie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One.



The memorial now honours those who served in all wars and conflicts. Funds were received in 2013 for the restoration of the memorial.



Bagdad War Memorial
Bagdad War Memorial
Address: Midland Highway
City/Town: Bagdad
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Bagdad War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

Bagshot State School Honour Roll
Bagshot State School Honour Roll
Address: 690 Old Murray Road , Bagshot Hall
City/Town: Bagshot
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World War Two and Vietnam.



Bahgallah Memorial Hall
Bahgallah Memorial Hall
Address: Balliang School Road
City/Town: Bahgallah
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Bahgallah Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



Bairnsdale Cenotaph
Bairnsdale Cenotaph
Address: Main & Service Streets
City/Town: Bairnsdale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bairnsdale Cenotaph was unveiled by the Governor General Lord Forster on the 10th October 1922. When laying the foundation stone a casket containing two parchments was placed in a recess. One parchment contained the names of the men of the shire who had seen service in World War 1 and the other contained the names of the fallen including one nurse. 


 


Bairnsdale Secondary College War Memorial
Bairnsdale Secondary College War Memorial
Address: Wallace Street
City/Town: Bairnsdale
State: ViC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Bairnsdale Secondary College War Memorial honours those who served in all wars and conflicts.


Bairnsdale War Cemetery
Bairnsdale War Cemetery
Address: Bairnsdale-Forge Creek Road
City/Town: Bairnsdale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Located within the Bairnsdale Public Cemetery on the south-west corner of the cemetery extension, the Bairnsdale War Cemetery contains the graves of 38 Australian airmen who died through illness or flying accidents while training. A Cross of Sacrifice stands at the far end.



Bakers Hill War Memorial
Bakers Hill War Memorial
Address: Great Eastern Highway
City/Town: Bakers Hill
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bakers Hill War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts. The monument is a stone obelisk on a stone base, surmounted by a stone ball and the area around the memorial is paved with brick and bordered by garden beds. A Christian cross is outlined in lighter coloured brick.



Balaklava & District War Memorial Pool
Balaklava & District War Memorial Pool
Address: Wallace Street
City/Town: Balaklava
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Balaklava & District War Memorial Pool was erected in memory of those who served.



Balaklava Honour Board
Balaklava Honour Board
Address: 16 War Memorial Drive, Foyer of Memorial Hospital
City/Town: Balaklava
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Balaklava Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War One and World War Two.



Balaklava War Memorial
Balaklava War Memorial
Address: Scotland & George Streets
City/Town: Balaklava
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Balaklava War Memorial honours the fallen of World War One and World War Two.



The Commandant, 9th Infantry Brigade, CMP (Brig. M. J.Moten), who will be guest for the service here on Sunday, will also unveil the district council war memorial to those servicemen who died in World Wars I and 11.  The memorial, consisting of a white marble needle, will honor the 40 men whose names appear on marble panels at the base.

The Advertiser (Adelaide), 21st April 1950.



Bald Rock State School District Roll of Honour
Bald Rock State School District Roll of Honour
Address: 22 Ottrey Street, Pyramid Hill RSL
City/Town: Pyramid Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two.



The school was near the west side of Mount Hope, approximately 8 kilometres north east of Pyramid Hill.



Balgowlah Returned Services League War Memorial
Balgowlah Returned Services League War Memorial
Address: 30-38 Ethel Street, Balgowlah RSL
City/Town: Seaforth
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Balgowlah Returned Services League War Memorial


Balingup War Memorial
Balingup War Memorial
Address: South West Highway
City/Town: Balingup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates those who served in World War One and World War Two.



Characteristics :



An obelisk mounted on a brick plinth, with bronze name plates are affixed to the sides. At the top a clock has been inserted in the brickwork.



Ballajura War Memorial & Peace Park
Ballajura War Memorial & Peace Park
Address: Illawarra Crescent South, Ballajura Community College
City/Town: Ballajura
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ballajura War Memorial and Peace Park commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Ballan & District Soldiers Memorial Bush Nursing Hospital
Ballan & District Soldiers Memorial Bush Nursing Hospital
Address: 33 Cowie Street, Hospital
City/Town: Ballan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ballan and District Soldiers Memorial Bush Nursing Hospital and Hostel was dedicated to all servicemen who paid the supreme sacrifice in times of conflict.


Ballan Shire Honour Roll
Ballan Shire Honour Roll
Address: 149 Inglis Street, Ballan RSL
City/Town: Ballan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Ballan Shire Honour Roll honours those who served in World War Two, Korea and Vietnam.



Ballan War Memorial
Ballan War Memorial
Address: Old Melbourne Road, Post Office
City/Town: Ballan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ballan War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate the fallen and returned soldiers of the district who served in World War One. The names of the fallen of World War Two were added to the memorial at a later date. The memorial also honours those who served in World War Two, Korea, Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam.  In 1918, the Soldiers Memorial Committee asked the Shire for permission to grant a memorial fountain in honour of those who served in World War One. The memorial was unveiled on the 27th March 1920.



The memorial work advanced another step on Monday night, when a final selection was made of the design. At the original public meeting the site in front of the post office was chosen.The whole work (with a few small exceptions) is to be of the best Harcourt grey granite, and may be briefly described as follows:—The base and first step are to be 7ft 6in square; the second step 5ft 6in square; the sub base to be 3ft 6in square; and on the front will be inscribed—"In Honor of the Men of this District who fought in the Great War, 1914-19," with crossed rifles underneath; the top being occupied by basin and tap. On the reverse or back there will be a polished panel, on which will be in inscribed—"In Memory of (then will follow the names of those who made the supreme sacrifice) who died on active service." The cap is to be 8ft 3in square; the inscription block will be 2ft square, on the front of which will be a soldier's head and a laurel wreath worked in Italian marble, and the soldiers' names will be engraved on the four sides. This will be surmounted with a cap, 8in; column, 6ft 6in; and finished with a globe, 1ft— the total height being 15 ft. A number of designs were submitted, that selected being supplied by Wilcox Bros., of Geelong, and they have now put the work in hand.

Ballan Times (Vic), 28th November 1918.



Ballandean Honour Boards
Ballandean Honour Boards
Address: New England Highway, Ballandean Hall
City/Town: Ballandean
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Two wooden honour boards list 57 names of those who served in World War Two . The board also contains the name of a servicemen who served in the Korean War.



No further information known as at July 2013



Ballarat Cenotaph
Ballarat Cenotaph
Address: Sturt & Lyons Street South
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Ballarat Cenotaph was erected in memory of those who gave their lives in World Wars One and Two. The cenotaph was unveiled by the Governor, Sir Dallas Brooks on the 24th November 1949 in front of a crowd estimated to be between 3000 and 4000 people.



Monument characteristics :



Stone cenotaph



Balldale War Memorial
Balldale War Memorial
Address: 7 Charles Street, Balldale Hall
City/Town: Balldale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Ballendella Memorial Hall
Ballendella Memorial Hall
Address: Prairie-Rochester Road
City/Town: Ballendella
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ballendella Memorial Hall honours those served.



Balliang East Soldiers Memorial Hall
Balliang East Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: Bacchus Marsh-Geelong & Balliang School Roads
City/Town: Balliang East
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial hall was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One.



In the presence of a large attendance, Mr Angliss M.L.C. opened the new Soldiers Memorial hall at Balliang East on Saturday afternoon.  The hall cost £800, of which £600 has already been subscribed by the public.  At night the Werribee Pierrots gave a concert, and this in conjunction with an "American  tea," realised £25 for the building fund.

The Argus (Melbourne), 7th April 1930
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Balliang Memorial Hall
Balliang Memorial Hall
Address: Bacchus Marsh-Balliang Road
City/Town: Balliang
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Balliang Memorial Hall commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Ballidu War Memorial
Ballidu War Memorial
Address: Federation Street
City/Town: Ballidu
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An obelisk commemorates 15 soldiers who died or were killed in World War One and World War Two.



Characteristics :



A rough dressed three sided granite obelisk mounted on a three sided die stone which has inscribed on it on two of its sides the names of those who fell in World War One (8) and World War Two (7).



The entire memorial is mounted on a three stepped base surrounded by lavender bushes.



Ballina Community Aged Care Facility Honour Board
Ballina Community Aged Care Facility Honour Board
Address: 148 North Creek Road, Ballina Community Aged Care Facility
City/Town: Ballina
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Ballina Community Aged Care Facility Honour Board commemorates residents who have served and war widows. 



Balmattum State School Honour Board
Balmattum State School Honour Board
Address: Sheans Creek Road, Balmattum Public Hall
City/Town: Balmattum
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in the South African (Boer) War and World War Two. 



Balmoral War Memorial
Balmoral War Memorial
Address: Coleraine-Balmoral Road & Bell Street
City/Town: Balmoral
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Balmoral War Memorial was unveiled by Mr S. Rodgers in mid-December 1921. The memorial was moved to its present site sometime in 1922.



Horsham Times, 1 November 1921, 14th February 1922.



Balranald District Ex-Servicemen`s Memorial Club
Balranald District Ex-Servicemen`s Memorial Club
Address: 116 Market Street (Sturt Highway)
City/Town: Balranald
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Balranald District Ex-Servicemen`s Memorial Club was erected in memory of those who served.



Balranald District Roll of Honour
Balranald District Roll of Honour
Address: 116 Market Street (Sturt Highway), Balranald District Ex-Servicemen`s Memorial Club
City/Town: Balranald
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Balranald District Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One and World War Two.



Balranald Military Heritage Trail
Balranald Military Heritage Trail
Address: McCabe & Court Streets, Between War Memorial Park & RSL Club
City/Town: Balranald
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Balranald Military Heritage Trail trail consists of 10 to 15 story stops between the War Memorial Park  and the Ex-Servicemen’s Memorial Club.



An information point at the War Memorial Park includes interpretive & educational information, maps and illustrations to celebrate the diversity of contributions made by Balranald and Euston district residents during times of international conflict.



Balranald War Memorial
Balranald War Memorial
Address: McCabe & Court Streets, Memorial Park
City/Town: Balranald
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Balranald War Memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.The memorial was originally erected in memory of those who served in World War One and was unveiled by the Governor of New South Wales, Sir Walter Davidson in 1922.



Monument characteristics :



A white marble World War One soldier, arms reversed, on a granite obelisk.



The memorial, which is a handsome monument, stands 17ft. 3in. high and the base is 8ft. square. The pedestal is composed of selected Harcourt grey granite and the statue, which represents an Australian, soldier standing with arms reversed is 6ft. in height, and is of Italian marble, and shows skilful workmanship and great attention to detail. The Memorial Committee have received congratulations on all sides on the erection of such an attractive and beautiful memento in honor of our fallen soldiers. The structure was erected by Messre J. B. Wilson and Co., of Bendigo, and reflects the greatest credit on the contractors.

Excerpt from Vice Regal visit to Balranald, Riverina Recorder (Balranald, Moulamein, NSW), 21st June 1922



 



Balwyn North Honour Roll
Balwyn North Honour Roll
Address: 2 Centre Way, North Balwyn RSL
City/Town: Balwyn North
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Balwyn North Honour Roll lists those who served. 


Balwyn North War Memorial
Balwyn North War Memorial
Address: 60 Buchanan Avenue , RSL Bowling Club
City/Town: Balwyn North
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Balwyn North War Memorial was erected in 1989 in memory of deceased colleagues. 


Balwyn War Memorial
Balwyn War Memorial
Address: Parring Street, Beckett Park
City/Town: Balwyn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Balwyn War Memorial was unveiled by Brigadier-General Brand on the 24th May 1919 and commemorates the residents of the North Ward of the City of Camberwell who fought in World War One. The monument at the time of the unveiling contained the names of 146 soldiers and two nurses. 


Monument characteristics :


Monument is of a cenotaph style with marble plaques on all sides


Bamawm War Memorial
Bamawm War Memorial
Address: Bamawm Hall Road, Sports Ground
City/Town: Bamawm
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bandsmen Memorial
Bandsmen Memorial
Address: High Street
City/Town: Terang
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The bandstand commemorates two local bandsmen who died in World War One and four who were killed in World War Two


Bangalow War Memorial
Bangalow War Memorial
Address: Byron Street, Memorial Park
City/Town: Bangalow
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bangalow War Memorial


Bangholme Memorial Cross
Bangholme Memorial Cross
Address: 790 Frankston-Dandenong Road, Bunurong Memorial Park
City/Town: Bangholme
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bangholme Memorial Cross, in Bunurong Cemetery, was erected to commemorate those who gave their service in conflicts around the world.


Bangholme Soldiers Memorial Hall
Bangholme Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: Worsley Road
City/Town: Bangholme
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bangholme Soldiers Memorial Hall honours those who served.



Bank of New South Wales Roll of Honour
Bank of New South Wales Roll of Honour
Address: 341 George Street , Westpac Bank Building
City/Town: Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bank of New South Wales Roll of Honour


Bankstown City Memorial
Bankstown City Memorial
Address: The Mall & Chapel Road, Old Courthouse Park
City/Town: Bankstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bankstown City Memorial


Bankstown Memorial Park
Bankstown Memorial Park
Address: Chapel Rd South
City/Town: Bankstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bankstown RSL Club Memorial
Bankstown RSL Club Memorial
Address: 32 Kitchener Parade, Bankstown RSL Club
City/Town: Bankstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

This memorial is a painting by Denis Phillips which captures most aspects of Australia`s war history.



There is a representative from the Air Force, Navy, Army and Nursing Corps. It also contains tributes to the Light Horse and foot soldiers of the desert.



Bannockburn Primary School Memorial Garden
Bannockburn Primary School Memorial Garden
Address: High Street, Bannockburn Primary School
City/Town: Bannockburn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bannockburn Primary School Memorial Garden commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all conflicts and peacekeeping operations.



Bannockburn War Memorial
Bannockburn War Memorial
Address: High Street, Bannockburn Shire Hall
City/Town: Bannockburn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bannockburn and District War Memorial was unveiled on the 6th February 1923 by Lieutenant-Colonel N.M.Freeman, D.S.O.


Banyena Honour Roll
Banyena Honour Roll
Address: Banyena Road, Banyena Hall
City/Town: Banyena
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Banyena Honour Roll honours those who served.



Banyo War Memorial
Banyo War Memorial
Address: Royal Parade
City/Town: Banyo
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Banyo War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Baradine Memorial Pool
Baradine Memorial Pool
Address: Narren Street
City/Town: Baradine
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Baradine Memorial Pool


Baradine War Memorial
Baradine War Memorial
Address: Narren Street, Baradine War Memorial Pool
City/Town: Baradine
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Baradine War Memorial


Baralaba & District War Memorial
Baralaba & District War Memorial
Address: Stopford Street, RSLA Memorial Hall
City/Town: Baralaba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Baralaba and District War Memorial is a white cross commemorating Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Barcaldine Cemetery War Memorial
Barcaldine Cemetery War Memorial
Address: Capricorn Highway, Cemetery
City/Town: Barcaldine
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barcaldine Cemetery War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Barcoo Shire War Memorial
Barcoo Shire War Memorial
Address: Dickson Street, Jundah Memorial Park
City/Town: Jundah
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barcoo Shire War Memorial commemorates those from the Shire who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Bardia Barracks Memorial
Bardia Barracks Memorial
Address: Campbelltown Road, Bardia Barracks, Ingleburn Military Precinct
City/Town: Ingleburn
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bardia Barracks Memorial.


The decision to create the Second Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.) in September 1939 necessitated the construction of new camp facilities across Australia to accommodate the new force as existing camps were already occupied by militia units called up for full-time training. One of these camps was erected at Ingleburn, near Liverpool in New South Wales, on 648 acres of farmland acquired for the sum of £20,000. The first troops to occupy the camp were from the 16th Brigade and arrived in the first week of November 1939. The camp facilities were spartan at first - consisting primarily of unlined, windowless corrugated iron huts - but were progressively improved as the war continued. The camp was officially named Bardia Barracks on 6 August 1951, after the 16th Brigade`s first battle, and was expanded with the acquisition of another 320 acres of land in 1952


Barellan and District War Memorial Club
Barellan and District War Memorial Club
Address: Bendee Street
City/Town: Barellan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Barellan and District War Memorial Club was erected in memory of those who lost their lives in both World Wars and as a tribute to ex-service personnel.



Barellan Memorial Swimming Pool
Barellan Memorial Swimming Pool
Address: Mulga Street
City/Town: Barellan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Barellan Memorial Swimming Pool was erected in memory of those who served.

Barellan War Memorial
Barellan War Memorial
Address: Mulga Street
City/Town: Barellan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barellan War Memorial commemorates those who have lost their lives serving in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bargo War Memorial
Bargo War Memorial
Address: Remembrance Drive
City/Town: Bargo
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bargo War Memorial


Barham-Koondrook Soldiers Memorial Hospital
Barham-Koondrook Soldiers Memorial Hospital
Address: Punt Road & Gonn Street
City/Town: Barham
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barham-Koondrook Soldiers Memorial Hospital


Barmedman War Memorial
Barmedman War Memorial
Address: Queen & Loftus Streets, Memorial Park
City/Town: Barmedman
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Barmedman War Memorial in the Memorial Park commemorates those who have served in conflicts that Australia has been involved.



Barmera Garden of Memory
Barmera Garden of Memory
Address: McKenzie Road, Cemetery
City/Town: Barmera
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barmera Garden of Memory commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The cemetery contains 8 war graves.



Barmera Memorial Gates
Barmera Memorial Gates
Address: Nookamka Terrace, Memorial Oval
City/Town: Barmera
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barmera Memorial Gates were originally erected to commemorate the 18 fallen of World War Two. Additional plaques were added to the gates to commemorate Post World War Two conflicts up to, and including, the Vietnam War.



The Barmera War Memorial gates which are in course of construction, at the Barwell Avenue entrance to the oval, will be opened on October 31. The gates consist of four pillars, the two main ones each bearing a granite tablet with the names of 18 men from the district who died in World War II. The State president of the RSL (Mr. T. C Eastick) has been invited to unveil the memorial tablets and open the gates and Padre (Mr. E. N. Broomhead) to conduct the dedication.

The Advertiser (Adelaide), 18th September 1953.



 



Barnawartha War Memorial
Barnawartha War Memorial
Address: High Street
City/Town: Barnawartha
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barnawartha War Memorial commemorates those who died in service or were killed in action during World Wars One and Two. The memorial was unveiled by Mr T.W. Mitchell M.L.A. on ANZAC Day 1954.



Barraba RSL Memorial Hall
Barraba RSL Memorial Hall
Address: Queen & Savoy Streets
City/Town: Barraba
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barraba Returned Services League (RSL) Memorial Hall


Barraba War Memorial
Barraba War Memorial
Address: Queen & Maude Streets
City/Town: Barraba
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The War Memorial Clock Tower was unveiled by Mr Bruxner MLA on Armistice Day 1924 and was erected to commemorate the fallen soldiers of Barraba and District. The memorial cost over ₤1000. 



Barraba War Memorial Swimming Centre
Barraba War Memorial Swimming Centre
Address: Queen & Savoy Streets
City/Town: Barraba
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barraba War Memorial Swimming Centre


Barwon Heads War Memorial
Barwon Heads War Memorial
Address: Hitchcock Avenue , Barwon Heads Hall
City/Town: Barwon Heads
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barwon War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



Barwon Health Garden of Reflection and Remembrance
Barwon Health Garden of Reflection and Remembrance
Address: Bellerine Street, Geelong Hospital
City/Town: Geelong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A garden commemorates the men and women who served in the Australian Military Forces. The garden contains a number of plaques.



Barwon Lodge No 163 Mungindi Honour Roll
Barwon Lodge No 163 Mungindi Honour Roll
Address: St George Street, Strongroom of Mungindi Office of Moree Plains Shire Council
City/Town: Mungindi
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Barwon Lodge No 163 Mungindi Honour Roll


Baskerville Memorial Gates
Baskerville Memorial Gates
Address: Memorial Avenue
City/Town: Baskerville
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Memorial Gates commemorates Australian servicemen and women who died or were killed in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.









 



Baskerville Memorial Hall
Baskerville Memorial Hall
Address: Memorial Avenue
City/Town: Baskerville
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Memorial Hall was erected by the people of the district and commemorates all those who died or were killed in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



The building is on the site of the former Upper Swan Memorial Hall which was built to commemorate those from the district who served in World War One.



 

 



 



Basket Range Memorial Hall
Basket Range Memorial Hall
Address: Burdetts & Cramond Roads
City/Town: Basket Range
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Basket Range Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



Bass War Memorial
Bass War Memorial
Address: Hade Avenue
City/Town: Bass
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bass War Memorial contains the names of the fallen of World War One and Two.



Batchelor War Memorial
Batchelor War Memorial
Address: Nurndina Street & Tarkarri Road, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Batchelor
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



Bateau Bay Public School War Memorial
Bateau Bay Public School War Memorial
Address: Waratah Street
City/Town: Bateau Bay
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A pine tree commemorates those who have died in service or killed in action in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Batemans Bay War Memorial
Batemans Bay War Memorial
Address: Clyde Street
City/Town: Batemans Bay
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



The memorial was unveiled in 1917 soon after the second conscription referendum. There was strong anti-conscription sentiment in the district as reflected in the referenda voting and the wording on the memorial specifically mentions volunteers. The names on the east face are those of men from Batemans Bay, on the north from Nelligen and on the south from Mogo. The names of men from the district who enlisted in 1918 were never added.



On the 1th November 2013 (Remembrance Day) a plaque added and dedicated to those servicemen who are still classified as missing in action (MIA) in North Korea.



Monument characteristics :



Polished red granite obelisk.



Bateman`s Bay Soldiers Club War Memorial
Bateman`s Bay Soldiers Club War Memorial
Address: Beach Road & Flora Crescent
City/Town: Batemans Bay
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre
Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre
Address: 105 William Street
City/Town: Bathurst
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre has been named to recognise those soldiers from Bathurst who served defending the nation. An honour role is situated in the lower foyer and the Broken Blade Memorial takes pride of place at the front of the building.



Bathurst Roll of Honour
Bathurst Roll of Honour
Address: 105 William Street, Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre
City/Town: Bathurst
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bathurst Roll of Honour


Batlow War Memorial
Batlow War Memorial
Address: Wakehurst & Memorial Avenues, Batlow Memorial Park
City/Town: Batlow
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Batlow War Memorial


Bauhinia Memorial Pool
Bauhinia Memorial Pool
Address: Dawson Highway
City/Town: Springsure
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bauhinia Memorial Pool was erected in memory of those who served.



Bauhinia Shire Memorial Hall
Bauhinia Shire Memorial Hall
Address: Porphyry & Eclipse Streets
City/Town: Springsure
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Bauhinia Shire Memorial Hall

Baulkham Hills Shire Memorial
Baulkham Hills Shire Memorial
Address: Old Northern Road & McMullen Avenue, Arthur Witling Park
City/Town: Castle Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Baulkham Hills Shire Memorial



Bay View State School War Memorial
Bay View State School War Memorial
Address: 77 Ziegenfusz Road, Bay View State School
City/Town: Thornlands
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bay View State School War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Bayswater War Memorial
Bayswater War Memorial
Address: 626 Mountain Highway, RSL Club
City/Town: Bayswater
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Monument commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



Bayswater War Memorial
Bayswater War Memorial
Address: Coode & Burnside Streets, Grace Hardie Memorial Gardens, Halliday Park
City/Town: Bayswater
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bayswater War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate the fallen of World War One. The memorial now commemorates those who fell in other conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



The celebration of Anzac Day 1925 was marked at Bayswater by the unveiling of a handsome memorial to the soldiers who had enlisted from the district and had not returned. The unveiling ceremony was performed by Major General Sir Talbot Hobbs, who complimented the residents of the district upon the memorial, which was a full warranty for the sincerity of their remembrance of the Anzac heroes

The West Australian (Perth), 27th April 1925.



Beachmere War Memorial
Beachmere War Memorial
Address: Beachmere Road & Moreton Terrace
City/Town: Beachmere
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beachmere War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.This is the second Beachmere War Memorial, the first was erected in 1996 and replaced with this obelisk in 2008. The plaques from the old Memorial are now on the new Memorial.



Beachport War Memorial
Beachport War Memorial
Address: Beach Road
City/Town: Beachport
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
A memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been invovled.

Beaconsfield Upper War Memorial
Beaconsfield Upper War Memorial
Address: McBride & Salisbury Roads
City/Town: Beaconsfield Upper
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Beaconsfield Upper War Memorial was unveiled on the 21st May 1920 and contained the names of 16 Upper Beaconsfield Men who fell in the Great War. The names of those who gave their lives in World War Two were also added to the memorial.  A plaque on the back of the memorial is dedicated to the Korean War and Peackeeping.



 



 



Beaconsfield War Memorial
Beaconsfield War Memorial
Address: West Tamar Highway , RSL Park
City/Town: Beaconsfield
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beaconsfield War Memorial commemorates those who died in World Wars One and Two. The memorial was originally erected in 1924 in memory of the fallen of World War One. The names of the fallen of World War Two were added at a later date. Behind the memorial is a wall containing plaques.



For some time past a committee has been working quietly in raising funds to erect a soldiers' memorial, and they were so successful that a short time ago a contract was let to Mr. E. Shields, monumental mason, of Launceston. No time was lost, and Mr. Shields erected a very creditable memorial. This takes the form of a polished granite obelisk, erected on concrete foundation, and Harcourt granite base. The names of 20 fallen soldiers are cut and gilded. On the front in cut gilded letters is, "Erected by the public of Beaconsfield, in grateful memory of the brave lads who lost their lives in connection with the Great War, 1914-1918."

Examiner (Launceston), 5th February 1924.



 



Beaconsfield War Memorial
Beaconsfield War Memorial
Address: Princes Highway & Wood Street
City/Town: Beaconsfield
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beaconsfield War Memorial commemorates those from the district who served and those who lost their lives in World War One and World War Two. The  War Memorial was originally unveiled on the 13th March 1920 by Brigadier General Brandt, The State Commandant. The names of the fallen are inscribed on the memorial.



The unveiling ceremony, in connection with the Beaconsfield Soldiers Memorial, will be peformed by Brigadier General Brandt, the State Commandant, on Saturday afternoon, March 13, to which the public are invited. Permission has been obtained for all local returned soldiers to wear uniform on the occasion. By means of socials held locally under the capable secretaryship of Mr R Grey, almost sufficient money has been raised to pay for the memorial stone erected, which is most gratifying to all concerned. Only £11 remains to be subscribed, and it is confidentally expected that the amount will be re ceived within the next few days.

South Bourke and Mornington Journal (Richmond, Vic), 4 March 1920.



Bealiba Honour Roll
Bealiba Honour Roll
Address: 30 Main Street, Bealiba Hall
City/Town: Bealiba
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Two plaques commemorates those who served in World War Two and the Vietnam War.

Bealiba War Memorial
Bealiba War Memorial
Address: Main Street, Town Hall
City/Town: Bealiba
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bealiba War Memorial consists of three granite pillars (formerly gate posts) located in front of the Town Hall.


Beaudesert Memorial Clock
Beaudesert Memorial Clock
Address: Brisbane Road & Short Street, Foyer, the Centre
City/Town: Beaudesert
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beaudesert Memorial Clock commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Beaudesert War Memorial
Beaudesert War Memorial
Address: Brisbane & William Streets
City/Town: Beaudesert
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beaudesert War Memorial is a sandstone memorial and comprises a substantial pedestal surmounted by a digger statue and an obelisk. Sandstone lions on rough-cut porphyry bases are located at two corners of the triangle, facing outwards. In front of the east facing lion is a metal drinking fountain. The memorial was origianlly erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. Name plates were later added for World War Two and commemorative plaques for the Korean War, Malayan and Indonesian conflicts and the Vietnam War.



The foundation stone for the Beaudesert and District Soldiers Honour Memorial was laid by the Mayoress, Mrs H. L. MacDonald 10th December 1919. The memorial was unveiled by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Matthew Nathan on the 28th September 1921. 522 names were inscribed on the marble tablets including 91 who paid the supreme sacrifice. The names of two nurses are also included on the list of names. The cost of the memorial amounted to £1340.

The Brisbane Courier, 16 December 1919, 29th December 1921


 



Beaufort Honour Roll
Beaufort Honour Roll
Address: 5 Lawrence Street , Pyrenees Shire Council Municipal Offices
City/Town: Beaufort
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Beaufort Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One & Two.



Beaufort War Memorial
Beaufort War Memorial
Address: Havelock Street , Ripon Beaufort RSL Memorial Garden
City/Town: Beaufort
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The monument is a one-third size replica of memorial on Salisbury Plain in England and was unveiled by Brigadier Smith in 1927. It commemorates the fallen of World War One and Two.



Beaumaris War Memorial
Beaumaris War Memorial
Address: 96 Reserve Road, Beaumaris Memorial Community Centre & Library
City/Town: Beaumaris
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Beaumaris War Memorial commemorates Australian service men and women who have been involved in all wars and conflicts.



Beazleys Bridge Memorial Gates
Beazleys Bridge Memorial Gates
Address: Navarre Road, Public Hall
City/Town: Beazleys Bridge
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World War One and Two.



Beckom and District War Memorial Gardens
Beckom and District War Memorial Gardens
Address: Deakin Street
City/Town: Beckom
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Beckom and District War Memorial Gardens also contains a structure which is the Soldiers Club Rooms.   The gardens commemorate those who served in World Wars One and Two



Bedford Memorial Park
Bedford Memorial Park
Address: Hammersley Street
City/Town: Broome
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bedford War Memorial
Bedford War Memorial
Address: Beaufort & Salisbury Streets, Remembrance Park
City/Town: Bedford
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Stone monument with Australian military crest and sword commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.







 



Bedourie War Memorial
Bedourie War Memorial
Address: Herbert Street
City/Town: Bedourie
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bedourie War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Beeac War Memorial
Beeac War Memorial
Address: Colac - Ballarat Road & Lang Street
City/Town: Beeac
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two.



It was erected by the Beeac Soldiers’ Memorial Committee and unveiled at a ceremony held on 3 February 1923. The ceremony opened with the Beeac Brass Band playing the hymn “Lest We Forget”.  The crowd was addressed by Sergeant A McDonald (AIF) and Mr John Clayton.  It was unveiled by Brigadier-General H. E. Elliott. This was followed by an address given by Mr W.G. Gibson M.H.R. and the closing speech by Mr Jas McDonald M.L.A.  The band played the National Anthem.



The total cost of the monument was £335.0.0 including an extra £35.0.0 for additional steps placed around the base.  Correspondence from Mr Hemmerde, the committee secretary shows there was concern with the original design as the soldier did not have his gun reversed. This is traditionally the sign of death. The stone mason advised the committee of this oversight in a letter requesting the names of the men and a deposit before work could commence.



Members of the Beeac RSL arranged an update of the War Memorial with the installation of a granite plaque bearing the names of those who died in service or were killed in action during World War Two. 



In October 2007 the Federal Government granted $1700 for some restoration work to maintain the clarity of the names on the memorial. Local veterans Ian Connell, Matt Sheedy, Cliff Salmon and Bill Cole joined Colac-Otway Mayor Warren Riches and Federal Member for Corangamite Stewart McArthur at the unveiling of the restoration work.



Monument characteristics :



A granite column with a marble statue of a soldier.



Beechmont School Honour Roll
Beechmont School Honour Roll
Address: 1922 Beechmont Road, Primary School
City/Town: Beechmont
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beechmont School Honour Roll lists those who served in both World Wars.



Beechmont War Memorial
Beechmont War Memorial
Address: Beechmont Road, Graceleigh Park
City/Town: Beechmont
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beechmont War Memorial displays a Roll of Honour commemorating those who served in World War One, World War Two and Vietnam.



Beechworth Correctional Centre War Memorial
Beechworth Correctional Centre War Memorial
Address: 494 Flat Rock Road, Beechworth Correctional Centre
City/Town: Beechworth
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.


Beechworth Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Beechworth Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Address: Camp Street, Beechworth Fire Brigade.
City/Town: Beechworth
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Beechworth Fire Brigade Honour Roll commemorates those who served.


Beechworth State School Honour Roll
Beechworth State School Honour Roll
Address: Junction Road, Beechworth State School.
City/Town: Beechworth
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Beechworth State School Honour Roll commemorates those who served.


Beechworth War Memorial
Beechworth War Memorial
Address: Williams & Ford Streets, Town Hall Gardens
City/Town: Beechworth
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those men and women from the district who died or were killed in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Monument characteristics :



A rectangular block of stone pieces on a concrete base.



Beecroft War Memorial Cenotaph
Beecroft War Memorial Cenotaph
Address: Copeland Road & Wongala Crescent, Reserve next to rail bridge
City/Town: Beecroft
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beecroft War Memorial Cenotaph commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two. A plaque placed near the memorial states that the memorial was rededicated after conservation. An additional plaque was unveiled in 1993 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Armistice and commemorate those who served from the district schools.



The Beecroft-Cheltenham war memorial, which has been erected opposite the School of Arts, Beecroft, was unveiled yesterday afternoon in the presence of several hundred residents. The memorialIs in the form of a cenotaph, and has been constructed of Hawkesbury sandstone at a cost of £550. Sealed within is a list of the names of all the residents of the district who volunteered. The names of those who died have been cut Into the stone. "Australia should be proud of those men she sent away." said Major-General C. F. Cox, performing the opening ceremony. "They formed the only volunteer army in the world, and although they may not have been all angels, they were the bravest things that ever breathed. In Syria and Palestine I have known them go without water for 50 hours at a time, and win a battle at the end of it. The majority of those who came back will  be dead within another 15 or 20 years. I beg you to keep their names ever before you, and never to let them want, if you can help them."

The Sydney Morning Herald, 12th November 1928.



Beenleigh R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Memorial
Beenleigh R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Memorial
Address: 27-43 Alamein Street, Centenary Park
City/Town: Beenleigh
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beenleigh R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Memorial was erected in memory of the fallen.



Beenleigh Returned Services League Memorial
Beenleigh Returned Services League Memorial
Address: Bardyn Halliday Drive, Mount Warren Park
City/Town: Mount Warren Park
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beenleigh Returned Services League Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Beenleigh War Memorial
Beenleigh War Memorial
Address: James & Crete Street, Beenleigh Memorial Park
City/Town: Beenleigh
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beenleigh War Memorial consists of the original World War One memorial behind which is a wall commemorating all wars and conflicts. The original memorial is in the centre of a water trough with a large brown "Rising Sun" crowning the pinnacle.



Originally erected as a World War One memorial by the R.S.S.I.L.A. Beenleigh Sub Branch, the memorial was unveiled by the Lieutenant Governor, Mr William Lennon on the 21st November 1925.  On his arrival at the unveiling ceremony, the Lieutenant-Governor had been handed a poem by a local citizen. Mr Frank Walker, in honour of those who had made the supreme sacrifice.



Sleep on! Australia's noble sons, we bow our heads to thee

Who fought and made the sacrifice to make Australia free

With courage never lacking when facing flames of hell —

Peace be unto the ashes of those who nobly fell.



The "Post"  (the last) has sounded in honour of the name

Of those who made the sacrifice to seal a nation's fame —

To the youth of Young Australia which is buried o'er the sea 

We bow our heads in token of a faithful memory



The Brisbane Courier (Qld) , 24th November 1925

 



Beerwah & District Memorial Golf Club
Beerwah & District Memorial Golf Club
Address: 24 Biondi Crescent
City/Town: Beerwah
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beerwah Memorial Golf Club is dedicated to those who served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved..

 



On 17th October 1967 at a meeting of the Beerwah Peachester R.S.L., the idea for the formation of a Golf Club was proposed and the motion for a feasibility study to be done was moved by Alan Free and seconded by Tony Baker-Finch. This study was carried out over the next 10 months culminating in a Public Meeting at the R.S.L. Hall on 30th August 1968 where those present were told that they had an option on a forestry lease of Wallum Country behind the R.S.L. Hall. As this land would require clearing and draining, it was proposed to clear 30-40 acres, sufficient for 9 holes. It was then moved by Mr M. Foley that a Club be formed named "Beerwah and District Memorial Golf Club" and this was seconded by Mr R. Small.



Beerwah Memorial Stone
Beerwah Memorial Stone
Address: 27 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah/Peachester RSL
City/Town: Beerwah
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beerwah Memorial Stone commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Beerwah Returned Services League (RSL) Honour Board
Beerwah Returned Services League (RSL) Honour Board
Address: Beerwah Parade, Beerwah/Peachester RSL
City/Town: Beerwah
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beerwah Returned Services League (RSL) Honour Board commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



Beerwah War Memorial
Beerwah War Memorial
Address: 27 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah RSL
City/Town: Beerwah
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Beerwah War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts. The memorial features an erected stone with insignia plaque and a wall which lists conflicts from the Boer War to the Gulf. 



 



Bega Soldiers Memorial
Bega Soldiers Memorial
Address: Carp Street
City/Town: Bega
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.  The monument was originally erected to commemorate those who had served in World War One.  The monument is a replica of the Menin Gate in Belgium and were erected by a local stonemason at a cost of ₤2000.  The monument were unveiled by the mothers of the soldiers who had died or been killed in World War One.



The gates have had additional plaques added to it, to commemorate those who have served in other conflicts.



Bega Valley Shire Council War Memorial
Bega Valley Shire Council War Memorial
Address: Zingel Place, Bega Valley Shire Council
City/Town: Bega
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bega Valley Shire Council War Memorial


Belalie East Honour Roll
Belalie East Honour Roll
Address: Irvine Street, Combined Services Clubrooms
City/Town: Jamestown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Belalie East Honour Roll commemorates those who served in the Boer War, World War One and World War Two.



Belalie North Roll of Honour
Belalie North Roll of Honour
Address: Irvine Street, RSL & Combined Services Clubrooms
City/Town: Jamestown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Belalie North Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One and World War Two. Originally located in the Belalie North Soldiers Memorial Hall it was transferred to Jamestown RSL 1990.



Belfield RSL War Memorial
Belfield RSL War Memorial
Address: Bazentin & Persic Streets
City/Town: Belfield
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Belfield RSL War Memorial


Belgrave War Memorial
Belgrave War Memorial
Address: Wattle Avenue & Burwood Highway, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Belgrave
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the men and women who have served Australia in various conflicts.


Monument characteristics :


The monument is a grey granite obelisk on a granite pedestal on a four stepped base.  it was originally built to commemorate World War One. 


Bell and District Memorial Bowling Club
Bell and District Memorial Bowling Club
Address: Wallace Street, Recreation Reserve
City/Town: Bell
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bell and District Memorial Bowling Club is dedicated in memory of those who served.



Bell Memorial Hall
Bell Memorial Hall
Address: 59 Wallace Street
City/Town: Bell
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bell Memorial Hall is the School of Arts Hall which is dedicated as a Memorial Hall in memory of those who served.



Bell War Memorial
Bell War Memorial
Address: Bunya Highway , Bell Memorial Park
City/Town: Bell
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The distinctive draped obelisk war memorial in features crossed rifles, with slings in right over left position. It was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. The memorial lists 219 names, including 41 who paid the supreme sacrifice. The memorial contains the names of those who enlisted in World War One, World War Two, Malaysia and Vietnam.

 



Bellata District Roll of Honour
Bellata District Roll of Honour
Address: Wilga & Belar Streets, Bellata Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bellata
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World War Two and the Vietnam War



Bellata Memorial Hall
Bellata Memorial Hall
Address: Wilga & Belar Streets
City/Town: Bellata
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bellata Memorial Hall


Bellbowrie War Memorial
Bellbowrie War Memorial
Address: Birkin Road, Lions Park, Booker Place
City/Town: Bellbowrie
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Bellbowrie War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Bellbrae State School Honour Roll
Bellbrae State School  Honour Roll
Address: 50 School Road, Bellbrae Primary School
City/Town: Bellbrae
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bellbrae State School (previously Jan Juc School) Honour Roll commemorates pupils and students who served in World Wars One and Two.



Bellbrae War Memorial
Bellbrae War Memorial
Address: 50 School Road, Bellbrae Primary School
City/Town: Bellbrae
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World War One and World War Two.



Bellevue Returned Services League War Memorial
Bellevue Returned Services League War Memorial
Address: Purton Place, Bellevue RSL Club
City/Town: Bellevue
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bellevue RSL Club War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts. The memorial was relocated to the club in 1988.

 



Bellingen War Memorial
Bellingen War Memorial
Address: Oak & Hyde Streets
City/Town: Bellingen
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Belmont War Memorial
Belmont War Memorial
Address: Macquarie & Ernest Streets, Memorial Place
City/Town: Belmont
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Belmont War Memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Belmont War Memorial
Belmont War Memorial
Address: 50 Barwon Heads Road, RSL Club
City/Town: Belmont
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Belmont War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who died or were killed in World War One. 



Two brick walls on either side of the memorial contain commemorative plaques erected in memory of the fallen of World War Two, Korea , Malaya , Indonesian Confrontation and Vietnam.



Belmont War Memorial
Belmont War Memorial
Address: Progress Way, Faulkner Park
City/Town: Belmont
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Belmont War Memorial is a tall stone obelisk on a square three-tiered base which was originally erected to commemorate the fallen of World War One. The memorial now commemorates those who have been involved in all wars and conflicts.  The memorial is located on a raised circular platform within a rose garden with a flagpole on either side. The memorial was originally located on Great Eastern Highway and was moved to it's current location in 1972 due to the widening of Great Eastern Highway.



A tall slender granite obelisk erected by the people of Belmont in honour of the 34 soldiers from the district who fell in the Great War was unveiled by the Governor, Sir Francis Newdegate, yesterday. The memorial has been erected in a triangular reserve opposite the local State school and at a turn-off road to the Ascot racecourse. His Excellency said the memorial, while being a symbol of the men who had fallen in defence of their country, would also serve as a reminder to those yet to be born of the services of the men from the district. The enlistment record of Belmont was a good one, 189 men had enlisted and of them 34 had made the supreme sacrifice.

The West Australian (Perth), 24th September 1923.



 



 



 



Belmont War Memorial (New)
Belmont War Memorial (New)
Address: Pacific Highway & Ada Street, Cullen Park
City/Town: Belmont
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
The Belmont War Memorial commemorates those who served in all wars and conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The plaque from the original memorial whic was unveiled on Anzac day 1947 has been placed on the new memorial.

Bemboka Memorial Hall
Bemboka Memorial Hall
Address: Snowy Mountains Highway (Loftus Street)
City/Town: Bemboka
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Originally the Bemboka School of Arts, the building was demolished in the late 1950s and a new building named the Bemboka Memorial Hall was built in its place in 1962. The plaque was unveiled and dedicated on Anzac Day 1963. 


 


Bemboka War Memorial
Bemboka War Memorial
Address: Snowy Mountains Highway
City/Town: Bemboka
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bemboka War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those from Bemboka and District who fought in World War One. A plaque was added to the memorial at a later date to commemorate those who fought in World War Two.



Bemm River War Memorial
Bemm River War Memorial
Address: Sydenham Parade
City/Town: Bemm River
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bemm River War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



Ben Lomond Soldiers Memorial Hall
Ben Lomond Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: Ben Lomond Road
City/Town: Ben Lomond
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Ben Lomond Soldiers Memorial Hall


Benalla and District Memorial Hospital
Benalla and District Memorial Hospital
Address: 45-53 Coster Street, Hospital
City/Town: Benalla
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Benalla and District Memorial Hospital commemorates those who served.


Benalla Lawn Cemetery Headstone
Benalla Lawn Cemetery Headstone
Address: Cemetery Road, Benalla Lawn Cemetery
City/Town: Benalla
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Headstone and plaque commemorate former servicemen who are buried in the cemetery.



Benalla War Memorial
Benalla War Memorial
Address: Bridge Street, Botanical Gardens
City/Town: Benalla
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial with a statue of a soldier in Italian marble commemorating local citizens who have died in conflicts. The memorial was unveiled by Major General Hughes in April 1922 and contained the names of 140 fallen soldiers.


Benambra War Memorial
Benambra War Memorial
Address: Benambra-Corryong & Limestone Streets, Public Hall
City/Town: Benambra
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Benambra War Memorial was originally erected by the residents of Omeo Plains to commemorate the fallen of World War One. In 1926, the Progress Association erected an enclosure consisting of bluestone pillars and a galvanised chain around the memorial at a cost of £64/13/. The Argus ( Melbourne), 31 July 1926.



An additional name was added at a later date to commemorate the fallen of World War Two.



Bencubbin War Memorial
Bencubbin War Memorial
Address: Dampier Street, Bencubbin Recreation Centre
City/Town: Bencubbin
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bronze plaque mounted on a granite rock memorial commemorates the fallen of World Wars One and Two.



Bendigo Base Hospital Honour Roll
Bendigo Base Hospital Honour Roll
Address: Pall Mall , Soldiers Memorial Institute
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bendigo Base Hospital Honour Roll is a handwriiten roll which honours those who served in both World Wars .



Bendigo Ex-Servicewomen
Bendigo Ex-Servicewomen
Address: Calder Highway & View Street, Soldiers Memorial grounds
City/Town: Kangaroo Flat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque on plinth commemorates Bendigo servicewomen who served in World War Two and post war Australia in the Airforce, Army and Navy.



Bendigo Ex-Servicewomen`s Memorial
Bendigo Ex-Servicewomen`s Memorial
Address: Pall Mall , Soldiers Memorial Institute Remembrance Wall
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A plaque commemorates those who served in Army, Navy and Air Force Women's Services during World War Two and Post War Australia.



Bendigo Memorial Steps
Bendigo Memorial Steps
Address: 40 Gaol Road, Bendigo Secondary College
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Memorial Steps at the entrance to the High School are dedicated to the memory of those from the school who fought and suffered in times of war.



Bendigo War Memorial
Bendigo War Memorial
Address: Pall Mall
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bendigo War Memorial Obelisk, located outside the Bendigo Soldiers' Memorial Institute Memorial, commemorates conflicts after the First World War, including the Second World War, Korea, Malaya, Borneo, Vietnam and Kuwait.


Bentleigh War Memorial
Bentleigh War Memorial
Address: Jasper Road, Bentleigh Memorial Gardens
City/Town: Bentleigh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The monument was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One, but has had an additional plque added to it to commemorate other conflicts.



Monument characteristics :



Grey granite monument approximately 4.5 metres high consisting of a square base surmounted by an ornate domed roof resting on four pillars.



Berajondo Honour Board
Berajondo Honour Board
Address: 77 James Street, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Rosedale
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Berajondo Honour Board honours those from the district who served.



No further information known as at July 2013



Bergalia War Memorial
Bergalia War Memorial
Address: Beashels Lane, adjacent to old Bergalia store
City/Town: Bergalia
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

After the Great War ex-servicemen and members of the Bergalia Rifle Club formed a committee with the intention that a memorial should be built at Bergalia. By 1920 the Committee had been formed. In 1921 an application had been made to the Australian War Museum for a gun and tripod, which were to ornament the granite base of the memorial. A light machine gun without tripod and base was allotted in May 1921.



The memorial was not built of granite as had been intended, but of concrete, with the gun mounted on top, the whole being covered by a rotunda type roof to protect the gun from the weather.  A memorial wall has been built behind the original cement monument and two plaques, honouring those from the area who served in World War Two have been placed.  



The memorial is on land donated by the Grieg family who have the adjacent farm.  The ANZAC service here each year attracts a large crowd - 100 plus which is large for a small rural area, and the local Moruya Light Horse troop also attends.



The memorial was rededicated on ANZAC Day 2003.





 



Berger Memorials
Berger Memorials
Address: Crane & Broughton Streets, Queen Elizabeth Park
City/Town: Concord
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Originally located at Bergers Paint company in Rhodes, the memorials were erected to honour members of their staff who served in the wars. When the site was being bulldozed The Concord Heritage Society asked that the memorials be preserved and City of Canada Bay Council had them removed and placed in the vicinity of Concord`s war memorial with a special ceremony in 2000.


Berkeley Vale Public School War Memorial
Berkeley Vale Public School War Memorial
Address: Pindarri Avenue, Berkeley Vale Public School
City/Town: Berkeley Vale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bermagui War Memorial
Bermagui War Memorial
Address: Lamont Street, Dickinson Park
City/Town: Bermagui
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts that Australia has been involved in.


Berowra War Memorial
Berowra War Memorial
Address: The Gully Road, Berowra Park
City/Town: Berowra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The unveiling of the Berowra War Memorial was performed by Captain R.F. Talbot an old mariner and resident of Berowra. The completion of the memorial was largely due to the efforts of Captain Talbot. 


Berridale War Memorial
Berridale War Memorial
Address: Jindabyne Road & Myack Street, Berridale Memorial Park
City/Town: Berridale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served, died or were killed in various conflicts.  The monument was originally constructed for World War One but plaques have been added to the memorial to commemorate other conflicts. 



The monument features a figure of Jesus Christ crucified on a white marble cross and was unveiled in 1922 by Dr Rodda ,President of the local Returned Soldiers League in the presence of 400 people.   This is one of the few war memorials with a crucifixion statue and this particular crucifixion is unique in that the feet of Jesus Christ are placed side by side rather that the usual position of crossed.



Berrigan War Memorial Swimming Pool
Berrigan War Memorial Swimming Pool
Address: Momalong Street
City/Town: Berrigan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who died or were killed in World Wars One and Two



Berrima War Memorial
Berrima War Memorial
Address: Jellore Street & Old Hume Highway, Memorial Park
City/Town: Berrima
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Berrima War Memorial commemorates those who served in both World Wars . The memorial also contains a plaque in memory of the fallen and the unknown Australian soldier.



At Berrima the service followed the unveiling of the War Memorial by Mr Blake Pelly, M.L.A., and its dedication by Rev. Mitchell of Moss Vale. The memorial, almost wholly constructed by members of the  sub-branch, is of simple but impressive design and is set in a park on which the members have done an amazing amount of work over the past few months. Mr. Pelly quoted the well known poem, 'In Flanders Fields' and said their thought and message should be every time they passed the Berrima War Memorial, 'We will remember them.'

The Southern Mail (Bowral, NSW), 1 May 1953.



 



Berrinba East State School War Memorial
Berrinba East State School War Memorial
Address: Bardon Road, Berrinba East State School
City/Town: Berrinba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Berrinba East State School War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Berriwillock District Honour Roll
Berriwillock District Honour Roll
Address: Bindaboo Avenue, Berriwillock Hall
City/Town: Berriwillock
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An honour roll presented by the ladies of the Berriwillock Rifle Club commemorates those who served in World War One.



As at 29 April 2014, the Berriwillock Hall is being decommissioned and the honour roll will be relocated to the new Community Hall



Berriwillock War Memorial
Berriwillock War Memorial
Address: Taverner Street
City/Town: Berriwillock
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Berriwillock War Memorial was unveiled on the 6th May 1920 and commemorates Australian servicemen and woman who have been involved in various wars and conflicts.



Berry R.S.L Memorial Hall
Berry R.S.L Memorial Hall
Address: 26 Alexandra Street
City/Town: Berry
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Berry R.S.L Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



Berry War Memorial
Berry War Memorial
Address: Alexandra Street
City/Town: Berry
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who died or were killed in World Wars One and Two.  When the monument was dedicated in 1921 a number of trees were planted in Alexandra Street for each soldier that died or was killed in World War One.



Berrys Creek Honour Roll
Berrys Creek Honour Roll
Address: Berrys Creek Road, Berrys Creek Hall
City/Town: Berrys Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Berrys Creek Honour Roll commemorates those who served in all wars and conflicts.


Berwick War Memorial
Berwick War Memorial
Address: Princes Highway & Harkaway Road
City/Town: Berwick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Berwick War Memorial commemorates the servicemen and service women who have served in conflicts and peacekeeping operations.  The monument was originally constructed to commemorate World Wars One and Two, and and a number of plaques have been added surrounding the monument to commemorate other conflicts.



Bessiebelle Honour Roll
Bessiebelle Honour Roll
Address: Woolsthorpe -Heywood Road, Bessiebelle Hall
City/Town: Bessiebelle
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bessiebelle Honour Roll is a polished wooden tablet with gold lettering of the names of soldiers who served in World Wars One and Two.


Bethanga Anglican Church Honour Roll
Bethanga Anglican Church Honour Roll
Address: Church Street, Anglican Church
City/Town: Bethanga
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 The Bethanga Anglican Church Honour Roll commemorates those who served.


Bethanie Geneff Village Memorial Plaque
Bethanie Geneff Village Memorial Plaque
Address: 39 Hertha Road, Bethanie Geneff Village
City/Town: Innaloo
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bethanie Geneff Village Memorial Plaque commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Bethungra War Memorial
Bethungra War Memorial
Address: Olympic Highway
City/Town: Bethungra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bethungra War Memorial


Beulah State School Honour Roll
Beulah State School Honour Roll
Address: Henty Highway, Beulah Primary School
City/Town: Beulah
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Beulah State School Honour Roll was unveiled on the 14th November 1917. It also contains the names of those who served in the Boer War (South Africa). 


Beveridge War Memorial
Beveridge War Memorial
Address: Lithgow Street
City/Town: Beveridge
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Beveridge War Memorial commemorates Australian men and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



Bexley RSL Honour Roll
Bexley RSL Honour Roll
Address: 24 Stoney Creek Road , Bexley RSL
City/Town: Bexley
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Bexley RSL Honour Roll commemorates those Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

Bexley RSL War Memorial
Bexley RSL War Memorial
Address: 24 Stoney Creek Road, Bexley RSL
City/Town: Bexley
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bexley RSL War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who paid the supreme sacrifice in all wars and conflicts.



Bicheno War Memorial
Bicheno War Memorial
Address: Burgess Street
City/Town: Bicheno
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Big Mimosa Public School Teachers Honour Roll
Big Mimosa Public School Teachers Honour Roll
Address: 29 Junee Road, Temora Rural Museum
City/Town: Temora
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates teaches from the Big Mimosa Public School who served in the conflicts that Australia has been involved in.


Monument characteristics :


Wooden honour roll with gold lettering


Biggenden Memorial Hall
Biggenden Memorial Hall
Address: Victoria & Frederick Streets
City/Town: Biggenden
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Biggenden Memorial Hall is dedicated in memory of those who served.



No further information known as at July 2013



Biggenden Roll of Honour
Biggenden Roll of Honour
Address: Victoria & Frederick Streets, Biggenden Memorial Hall
City/Town: Biggenden
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Biggenden Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One, World War Two and Korea.



 



Biggenden War Memorial
Biggenden War Memorial
Address: Victoria & Frederick Streets
City/Town: Biggenden
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Biggenden War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. Additional plaques were added to the memorial on Anzac Day 1993 to commemorate those who served in World War Two, Korea, Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam campaigns.



 



Biloela ANZAC Memorial Club
Biloela ANZAC Memorial Club
Address: Callide & Prairie Streets
City/Town: Biloela
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Biloela ANZAC Memorial Club is dedicated in memory of those who served.



Biloela War Memorial
Biloela War Memorial
Address: Callide Street, R.S.L.A. Anzac Park
City/Town: Biloela
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The memorial was replaced in 2008 after cracking of the foundations and spire on the original memorial. The new memorial is in the form of a whale boat used by troops to land at Gallipoli on ANZAC day. Hedges form the outline of the frame of the boat and flagpoles on either side depict the oars in an upright position. The Transom is represented by a gate with two bronze rising suns. The stainless steel spire represents the Eternal Flame of Remembrance, and on the floor there are bronze plaques representing all the wars and peacekeeping operations that Australia has been involved in since 1845.



Binalong Memorial Avenue
Binalong Memorial Avenue
Address: War Memorial Avenue
City/Town: Binalong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An avenue of trees, at the centre of which is a granite marker with dedicatory plaque and flag staff.



This Avenue planted in July 1999 replaces the "Soldiers Memory Avenue" planted in August 1919, which no longer exists.



Binalong Memorial Swimming Pool
Binalong Memorial Swimming Pool
Address: Stephens Street
City/Town: Binalong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Binalong Memorial Swimming Pool


Binalong Roll of Honour All Wars
Binalong Roll of Honour All Wars
Address: Wellington Street, Mechanics Institute
City/Town: Binalong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Binalong Roll of Honour All Wars


Bindi Bindi War Memorial
Bindi Bindi  War Memorial
Address: Bindi-Bindi -Toodyay Road
City/Town: Bindi Bindi
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An obelisk made of stone, mounted on a three-tiered plinth commemorates the fallen of both World Wars. The local branch of the RSL erected the memorial with many members contributing to the several "busy bees" which were held during its construction.



Bindoon Cenotaph
Bindoon Cenotaph
Address: Great Northern Highway, Chinkabee Complex
City/Town: Bindoon
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bindoon Cenotaph commemorates those from the Shire of Chittering who served in World War One and Two.



On the 23rd February 2012, a plaque was unveiled at the Cenotaph containing the names of those who died in service or were killed in action during both World Wars.



Bingara Honour Roll
Bingara Honour Roll
Address: Finch Street & Memorial Avenue, Bingara Memorial Park
City/Town: Bingara
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World War Two and the Vietnam War



Bingara Memorial Park
Bingara Memorial Park
Address: Finch Street & Memorial Avenue
City/Town: Bingara
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bingara Soldiers Memorial Hall
Bingara Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: Maitland Street
City/Town: Bingara
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bingara Soldiers Memorial Hall


Bingara War Memorial
Bingara War Memorial
Address: Finch Street, Bingara Memorial Park
City/Town: Bingara
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bingara War memorial was restored and rededicated in 2009. The memorial plaques on the memorial  were unveiled by Member for New England, Tony Windsor and Member for Northern Tablelands, Richard Torbay.


A plaque commemorating veterans of the Korean War 1950- 1956 was placed on the memorial in 2011. 


Binnaway Rolls of Honour
Binnaway Rolls of Honour
Address: Renshaw Street, Len Guyb Park
City/Town: Binnaway
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Binnaway Rolls of Honour commemorate World War One, World War Two, Vietnam and Somalia. 


Binningup War Memorial
Binningup War Memorial
Address: Lakes Parade, Bowling Club
City/Town: Binningup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A small concrete cross with inscription commemorates Australian and Allied Service Personnel who have died or been killed in the various conflicts that Australia has been involved.



Binyon Memorial
Binyon Memorial
Address: Princes Highway & Victoria Street, Beaufort Memorial Gardens
City/Town: Bairnsdale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates the poem "For the Fallen" by O.L. Binyon


Birchip Soldier`s Memorial
Birchip Soldier`s Memorial
Address: Cumming Avenue, Birchip RSL Memorial Park
City/Town: Birchip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Birchip Soldier's Memorial commemorates the 90th Anniversary of the Gallipoli landing and the 60th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War.



Birchip War Memorial
Birchip War Memorial
Address: Cumming Avenue, Birchip District Soldiers Memorial Park
City/Town: Birchip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.  



Monument characteristics :



A granite tablet on a three-stepped base.  Further plaques have been added to commemorate World War Two, Korea and Vietnam.



Birdsville War Memorial
Birdsville War Memorial
Address: Adelaide Street
City/Town: Birdsville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Birdsville War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women from the Diamantina Shire who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Birdwood Soldiers Memorial
Birdwood Soldiers Memorial
Address: Shannon Street
City/Town: Birdwood
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Birdwood Soldiers Memorial was originally erected to commemorate the fallen and those who enlisted in World War One. The names of the fallen of World War Two were added at a later date.



This pretty village, named after Gen. Birdwood, was gay with bunting and bristling with excitement on Monday, when Gen. Sir William Birdwood and staff visited the town to lay the foundation stone of a war memorial arch paid for by public subscription and local patriotic effort. The pedestals are of granite, the columns of marble, the arch of reinforced concrete inlaid with marble panels. The height is about 20 feet, over all, and the cost about £500. Seven local soldiers made the supreme sacrifice during the war overseas.

The Register (Adelaide), 16th March 1920.



Birralee Memorial Hall
Birralee Memorial Hall
Address: Birralee Road
City/Town: Birralee
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Birralee Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served. The hall was opened on the 22nd April 1922.



Birregurra War Memorial
Birregurra War Memorial
Address: Main Street, Mechanics Institute
City/Town: Birregurra
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Birregurra War Memorial is a granite obelisk and on the base is inscribed the names of seventeen servicemen from the district who died, and of many others who served in World War One from the Birregurra district.


The memorial was originally erected for World War One, but has plaques added to it to commemorate other conflicts.


Bithramere Community Hall Honour Roll
Bithramere Community Hall Honour Roll
Address: Werris Creek & Duri Dungowan Roads, Duri Tennis Club
City/Town: Duri
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bithramere Community Hall Honour Roll


Blackall War Memorial
Blackall War Memorial
Address: Landsborough Highway, Blackall Memorial Park
City/Town: Blackall
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Blackall War Memorial was unveiled on the 25th April 1927 by Mr. J.Minnis an ex-mayor of Blackall and a returned soldier. The memorial originally commemorated the fallen soldiers of World War One. The honour roll of the fallen of World War Two was added at a later date. The memorial was rededicated on the 25th April 2009.



At a meeting of the War Memorial Committee on the 16th February 1927, the tenders for the war memorial which is to be a Cleopatra's needle type in grey granite was considered and the tender given to Petrie Brothers (Brisbane). The work was to commence immediately for unveiling on Anzac Day.  

The Longreach Leader, 18th February 1927



Blackburn War Memorial
Blackburn War Memorial
Address: Central Road, Morton Park
City/Town: Blackburn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial is a grey granite obelisk on a single stepped bluestone base on a concrete platform. Built after World War One, the monument originally stood on the corner of Whitehorse and Railway Roads.


It was moved to Morton Park on 20 April 1969.


Blackheath Community Memorial Hall
Blackheath Community Memorial Hall
Address: Great Western Highway & Gardiner Crescent
City/Town: Blackheath
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blackheath Community Memorial Hall


Blackheath War Memorial Arch
Blackheath War Memorial Arch
Address: Great Western Highway & Hat Hill Road, Blackheath Gardens
City/Town: Blackheath
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



The foundation stone for the Blackheath War Memorial Arch was set by Australia's former war-time Prime Minister William (Billy) Hughes in 1928 and unveiled the following year by the NSW Governor. Construction delays and unavailability of the State Governor delayed the unveiling until one month after Anzac Day in 1929. The memorial arch cost local residents ₤300. 



Blacktown RSL War Memorial Garden
Blacktown RSL War Memorial Garden
Address: Boyd Street
City/Town: Blacktown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blacktown RSL War Memorial Garden is dedicated to those from the district who served in all theatres of war. The war memorial garden contains a Remembrance Wall which contains the dedication plaque for the Blacktown War Memorial Pool and plaques containing the names of those from the district who served. A path leading up to the wall is lined with rose bushes.



The Blacktown War Memorial Pool was changed to the Blacktown Aquatic Centre and in 2013 was earmarked by the Blacktown Council for redevelopment.



Blacktown War Memorial Swimming Pool
Blacktown War Memorial Swimming Pool
Address: Boyd Street
City/Town: Blacktown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blacktown War Memorial Swimming Pool was dedicated to the memory of those who served. The pool was renamed the Blacktown Aquatic Centre and a the Returned Services League established Memorial Gardens near the site of the pool. In 2013, the Blacktown Council earmarked the site for development.



Blackwater War Memorial
Blackwater War Memorial
Address: Arthur Street, Workers Club
City/Town: Blackwater
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blackwater War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 

Erected by the Ladies Auxiliary, Blackwater RSL, and unveiled by Major General A L Morrison on 26th January 1985, this memorial consists of three white columns with top plinth. There is a central column that supports an up-turns rifle and helmet, signifying the battlefield grave of a dead serviceman.



Blackwood & District War Memorial Hall
Blackwood & District War Memorial Hall
Address: 21 Coromandel Parade
City/Town: Blackwood
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blackwood and District War Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who gave their lives in the defence of their country. The hall was originally opened on the 14th April 1957 but was rebuilt and reopened in 1985.



Tenders for the Blackwood and District War Memorial Hall close on January 25 and the memorial committee hopes a contract will be settled in February. The architects are the Adelaide firm of F. Kenneth Milne, Dawkins, Boehm and Ellis. The hall will be of community type, and uses will include films, dances and other social activities. It is hoped building will be completed before the end of 1954.

The Advertiser (Adelaide), 23rd December 1953.



Blackwood War Memorial
Blackwood War Memorial
Address: Main Road & Coromandel Parade
City/Town: Blackwood
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blackwood War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. The memorial now commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



As in many other districts and towns, the duty of erecting some edifice to perpetuate the memory of those who fought and fell in the great war was felt by the residents of Blackwood, and on Saturday afternoon a structure of handsome design was unveiled by the Commissioner of Police (Brig-Gen. Leane, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.). The monument, which is a striking representation of an Australian soldier (life-size) was wrought from Angaston marble. It stands on a pedestal, made from the same stone, and the whole monument rests on a basement of three slabs of granite.

The Register (Adelaide, SA), 13 June 1921.



Blaxland and Glenbrook District War Memorial
Blaxland and Glenbrook District War Memorial
Address: 1 Hare Street, Glenbrook Panthers Bowling Club
City/Town: Glenbrook
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blaxland and Glenbrook District War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



Blayney War Memorial (Gates)
Blayney War Memorial (Gates)
Address: Church & Osman Streets, Carrington Park
City/Town: Blayney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blayney War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The War Memorial consisting of four stone pillars and iron gates, was originally unveiled to commemorate those who fell in World War One. The gates were unveiled during "Back to Blayney" week which was held in the town from January 22nd to January 27th 1926.



'A 'Back to Blayney' week is to be held from January 22 to 27 . The celebration will synchronise with the switching on of the electric light, the visit of the Great White Train, and the unveiling of the Soldiers' Memorial Gates; while the entertainment side will be catered for with a ball, confetti and jazz carnival, trotting meeting, and sports.

Evening News (Sydney), 18th January 1926.



Bloomfield War Memorial
Bloomfield War Memorial
Address: West Street, Opposite Ayton Store
City/Town: Ayton
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bloomfield War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have fallen in all wars and conflicts.



 



Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital
Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital
Address: Great Western Highway & Woodlands Road
City/Town: Katoomba
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital


Bluff War Memorial
Bluff War Memorial
Address: Capricorn Highway, C. J. T. Old Park (next to Railway Station )
City/Town: Bluff
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bluff War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Blyth R.S.S. & A.I.L.A. Memorial Playground
Blyth R.S.S. & A.I.L.A. Memorial Playground
Address: Guilford Street
City/Town: Blyth
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The playground was dedicated in memory of those who served.  The playground was opened in 1955.



Blyth War Memorial
Blyth War Memorial
Address: South Terrace
City/Town: Blyth
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Blyth War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.The war memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. A plaque was added to the memorial in 2005 commemorating those who served in all conflicts.



On Sunday, May 4th 1924, in the presence of a large crowd, the Blyth Soldiers' Memorial was unveiled by Col. C. P. Butler, D.S.O. " To the Glory of God ; in memory of those who fell ; and in honor to those who returned, this monument is unveiled." With these words Col.Butler opened his speech. He said be was pleased to see such a fine monument erected, which would be a lasting memorial.

Northern Argus (Clare), 16th May 1924,



Bob Clarke Memorial Reserve Monument
Bob Clarke Memorial Reserve Monument
Address: ANZAC Parade & Franklin Street, Bob Clarke Memorial Reserve
City/Town: Malabar
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial is dedicated to Bob Clarke, President, Treasurer and Life Member of Malabar RSL Sub Branch, and is a tribute to those of the Malabar/Matraville District who made the supreme sacrifice in the cause of freedom. Two cannons flank the memorial and they were cast in 1843 and originally formed part of the Fort Macquarie armaments.


Bodalla Honour Roll
Bodalla Honour Roll
Address: Princess Highway, Bodalla Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bodalla
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two



Bodalla Memorial Hall
Bodalla Memorial Hall
Address: Princess Highway
City/Town: Bodalla
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts which Australia has been involved in.



Bodalla War Memorial
Bodalla War Memorial
Address: Princes Highway, Bodalla Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bodalla
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Boddington War Memorial
Boddington War Memorial
Address: Bannister & Crossman Streets, Boddington Memorial Park
City/Town: Boddington
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boddington War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Bofors Anti Aircraft Gun
Bofors Anti Aircraft Gun
Address: 26 Central Coast Hwy, Gosford RSL
City/Town: Gosford West
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A Bofors anti-aircraft gun commemorates those who have died or been killed in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bogan Gate War Memorial
Bogan Gate War Memorial
Address: Lachlan & Hutton Streets
City/Town: Bogan Gate
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which australia has been involved.   Among the list of names on the monument is Flight Sergeant Rawdon Hume Middleton who won the Victoria Cross in 1942 in Italy during World War Two



 


 


Bogangar / Cabarita Beach Memorial
Bogangar / Cabarita Beach Memorial
Address: Pandanus Parade & Tweed Coast Road, Cabarita Beach
City/Town: Bogangar
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bogangar / Cabarita Beach Memorial


Boggabri Memorial Swimming Pool
Boggabri Memorial Swimming Pool
Address: Laidlaw Street
City/Town: Boggabri
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
The Boggabri Memorial Swimming Pool was erected in memory of those who served.



A well attended public meeting at Boggabri decided to proceed with the construction or a swimming pool. More than sixty attended, half the number of which were country people. Cr. E. K. Vickery presided. A provisional sub committee was appointed to obtain information and confer with town and district residents. The question of whether or not the pool should take the form of a war memorial will be decided later. Cr. Vickery said the project had the support of the Shire Council which considered that swimming had become a part of a child's education. Mr. A. McDougall  expressed the opinion it was well within the financial stability of the district to build both a memorial hall as sponsored by the R.S.L. and a swimming pool.

The North Western Courier (Narrabri, NSW), 30 April 1945.




 

Boggabri R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Honour Roll
Boggabri R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Honour Roll
Address: Laidlaw Street & Rees Avenue, Boggabri RSL Memorial Club
City/Town: Boggabri
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Boggabri Returned Sailors', Soldiers' & Airmen's Imperial League of Australia (R.S.S.A.I.L.A) Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One, World War Two and Vietnam.



Boggabri Returned Services League (R.S.L.) Memorial Club
Boggabri Returned Services League (R.S.L.) Memorial Club
Address: Laidlaw Street & Rees Avenue
City/Town: Boggabri
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Boggabri Returned Services League (R.S.L.) Memorial Club was erected in memory of those who served.



Boggabri War Memorial
Boggabri War Memorial
Address: Merton & Brent Streets
City/Town: Boggabri
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Boggabri War Memorial was erected in memory of those from the district who served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial , originally erected to those who served in World War One, was rededicated in 1989.



In 1929 this magnificent granite monument was unveiled in an impressive ceremony by his excellency the Governor General of the time, Lord Stonehaven. 163 men from the Boggabri district fought in the First World War, with 29 of these not returning. 



The Governor General and Lady Stonehaven have returned to Sydney after touring the North and North West. They were welcomed at Armidale, Glen Innes, Guyra, Tamworth, Moree, Boggabri, and other districts. The occasion of the official visit to Boggabri was unveiling of the local Soldiers' Memorial. The chairman (Mr. Tebbutt) handed Lord Stonehaven a magnificent album containing an address and a souvenir picture of the memorial as a memento of the occasion.

The North Western Courier (Narrabri, NSW), 23 May 1929.



Bolgart Memorial Hall
Bolgart Memorial Hall
Address: George & Emmanuel Streets
City/Town: Bolgart
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bolgart Memorial Hall commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two.



The hall which was built by voluntary labour and funded by public subscriptions was opened by Senator H. S. Seward in April 1953. A ball was held to commemorate the opening.

The West Australian (Perth), 1st April 1953



Bolivia War Memorial
Bolivia War Memorial
Address: A M White Drive, Bolivia Hall
City/Town: Bolivia
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bolivia War Memorial


Bollon War Memorial
Bollon War Memorial
Address: Main Street, Walter Austin Memorial Park
City/Town: Bollon
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bollon War Memorial commemorates those who served in World War One, World War Two and Korea.



Bomaderry War Memorial
Bomaderry War Memorial
Address: Meroo Street, Walsh Memorial Park
City/Town: Bomaderry
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.   Additional plaques have been added to the monument precincet to commemmorate separate confrontations and various organisations.  The  monument is flanked on either side by walls of remembrance.



Monument characteristics :



Three rough hewn silver grey granite blocks to symbolize the mountain campaigns undertaken by the Army and Air Force and the mountainous seas encountered by the Navy.  The sandstone forecourt symbolizes conflicts in the desert and the evergreen plants symbolize jungle campaigns.



Bombala and District War Memorial Swimming Pool
Bombala and District War Memorial Swimming Pool
Address: Therry Street
City/Town: Bombala
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bombala and District War Memorial Swimming Pool


Bombala Other Wars Memorial
Bombala Other Wars Memorial
Address: Maybe & Forbes Streets
City/Town: Bombala
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bombala Other Wars Memorial


Bonalbo and District RSL War Memorial
Bonalbo and District RSL War Memorial
Address: Woodenbong Road & Koreelah Street, Patrick McNamee Anzac Memorial Park
City/Town: Bonalbo
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Bonalbo and District RSL War Memorial


Bongaree Air Force Memorial
Bongaree Air Force Memorial
Address: Welsby Parade, Air Forces Park
City/Town: Bongaree
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bongaree Air Force Memorial commemorates all nations who served with the Air Forces of the Cpmmonwealth.



Bongaree Roman Catholic Church Plaque
Bongaree Roman Catholic Church Plaque
Address: First Avenue
City/Town: Bongaree
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bongaree Roman Catholic Church Plaque commemorates two airmen who paid the supreme sacrifice.



No further information known as at July 2013



Bongaree War Memorial
Bongaree War Memorial
Address: Welsby Parade & First Avenue
City/Town: Bongaree
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bongaree War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have paid the supreme sacrifice in defence of Australia.

 



Bonnie Doon War Memorial
Bonnie Doon War Memorial
Address: Maroondah Highway & Phillip Street
City/Town: Bonnie Doon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bonnie Doon War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served and those who paid the supreme sacrifice in World One. The names of those who served in World War Two were added to the memorial at a later date. The Memorial is a marble statue of a World War One digger standing easy and holding an unbayoneted rifle. It stands on a grey granite obelisk on a two-stepped concrete base.



An imposing monument to the memory of those who served in the war has been erected at Bonnie Doon, near Mansfield It was unveiled recently in the presence of a large gathering of residents of the dis trict and many visitors. The ceremony of unveiling the monument was carried out by Major Bushell, who had been specially deputed for the task by Major General Sir John Gellibrand, who at the last moment found it impossible to attend. The monument, which cost about £700 (subscribed by residents), consists of a column of polished granite, on which are inscribed in golden letters the names of l8 men who fell in the war, and 51 men and two nurses who returned after service. Surmounting the column, there, is a life size representation of an Australian soldier.

The Argus (Melbourne), 13th September 1921.



Bonville Memorial Hall
Bonville Memorial Hall
Address: 6 East Bonville Road
City/Town: Bonville
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bonville Memorial Hall


Booborowie District Honour Roll
Booborowie District Honour Roll
Address: North Terrace & Fourth Street, Booborowie Soldiers Memorial Institute
City/Town: Booborowie
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Booborowie District Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two.



Mrs W. J. Shattock  and Mrs C. A. Bruce, two mothers who lost sons in World War 11, unveiled the Booborowie Honour Roll at a quiet but impressive ceremony in the Booborowie Institute last Tuesday night. The Chairman of the Honour Roll Committee, Mr W. J. Shattock, thanked all those who had contributed towards the cost of the Roll, and explained that the rather long delay in its preparation was due mainly to the difficulty in obtaining all the names of the World War I enlistments.

Burra Record (SA), 23 November 1954.



Bool Lagoon Memorial Hall
Bool Lagoon Memorial Hall
Address: Bool Lagoon Road & Hoods Lane
City/Town: Bool Lagoon
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bool Lagoon Memorial Hall is dedicated to the servicemen and servicewomen who served in World Wars One and Two.



Note : The hall is now private property.



Boolarra & District Memorial Hall
Boolarra & District Memorial Hall
Address: Monash Way & Boolarra-Mirboo North Road
City/Town: Boolarra
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the servicemen and servicewomen who served in various conflicts



Boolboonda Memorial Hall
Boolboonda Memorial Hall
Address: Gin Gin-Mt Perry Road
City/Town: Boolboonda
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boolboonda Memorial Hall honours those who served.



No further information known as at April 2013



Booligal Memorial Hall
Booligal Memorial Hall
Address: Lachlan Street
City/Town: Booligal
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Booligal Memorial Hall


Boolite Honour Roll
Boolite Honour Roll
Address: 17 Boolite Hall Road, Boolite Mechanics Institute
City/Town: Boolite
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Boolite Honour Roll commemorates those who served.


Boomi Memorial Hall
Boomi Memorial Hall
Address: Bishop Street
City/Town: Boomi
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boomi Memorial Hall


Boonah War Memorial
Boonah War Memorial
Address: Yeates Avenue & Park Street, Boonah Memorial Park
City/Town: Boonah
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boonah War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.The original Boonah War Memorial is a marble and granite digger memorial which honours the 374 local men who served during World War One including the sixty-nine who died. A memorial stone at the side of the original memorial is dedicated to all who served with honour.



Known as the Goolman Shire Soldiers Memorial, the foundation stone was laid on the 19th May 1920 by General Birdwood who was presented with a silver trowel by Councillor A.J.T. Mackay as a memento of the occasion.

The Brisbane Courier, 20th May 1920



Arrangements are well in hand for the welcome to the Prince of Wales. The Goolman Shire Soldiers Memorial will be unveiled by Mrs G.E. Bell prior to the arrival of the Royal train.

The Brisbane Courier, 23rd July 1920



From Boonah his Royal Highness motored to Coochin Coochin Station with his hostess, Mrs. G.A. Bell and her soldier son. This visit was a purely private one and enabled his Royal Highness to enjoy a well-earned respite on the Sunday. Mrs G A Bell had three sons who served in World War One.The Brisbane Courier (Qld) Royal Visit Supplement, 5th April 1927.



Booral Soldiers Memorial Hall
Booral Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: 2296 Bucketts Way
City/Town: Booral
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Booral Soldiers Memorial Hall


Boorowa Ex-Services Club Honour Roll
Boorowa Ex-Services Club Honour Roll
Address: 55 Pudman Street, Boorowa Ex-Servicemens Memorial Club
City/Town: Boorowa
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boorowa Ex-Services Club Honour Roll features a glass fronted mural of an infantryman holding a rifle and standing in front of a British flag. In the background are a warship and aircraft. Names of local men killed in World War One and World War Two are listed on either side of the mural.


Boorowa Memorial Pool
Boorowa Memorial Pool
Address: Market Street
City/Town: Boorowa
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boorowa Memorial Pool


Boorowa War Memorial
Boorowa War Memorial
Address: Marsden Street & Lachlan Valley Way
City/Town: Boorowa
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Boorowa War Memorial is in the form of a meeting room with a clock tower which was erected in memory of those who served in World War One. The names of the men who enlisted for active service from the district are recorded on a bronze tablet which was unveiled on ANZAC Day 1933. The building was erected from plans by,and under the supervision of, R.Richardson an architect of Sydney who was the winner in the competition of designs held under the auspices of the Institute of Architects NSW. T.Barlow of Boorowa was the builder and the clock was supplied by Prouds Ltd., of Sydney. The Sydney Morning Herald, 30th May 1933.



The building now commemorates Australian servicemen and women who served in all wars and conflicts.



Boort Primary School Memorial Gates
Boort Primary School Memorial Gates
Address: 13 King Street, Boort Primary School
City/Town: Boort
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The gates were erected by the Boort Sub-Branch R.S.L. to commemorate students who enlisted and those who died or were killed in the two world wars.



Boort Soldiers Memorial
Boort Soldiers Memorial
Address: Godfrey & Station Streets, Post Office
City/Town: Boort
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.  The Memorial was unveiled by the Earl of Stradbroke on Armistice Day, November 11th, 1921.



Monument characteristics :



A white marble soldier statue on a polished grey granite column on a 2-stepped granite base.



Booval War Memorial
Booval War Memorial
Address: Green Street, Cameron Park
City/Town: Booval
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Booval War Memorial bears the leaded names of the 221 local citizens who served in World War One and the sixteen who died in World War Two. This is surmounted by a marble digger statue, smaller than life-sized standing at ease with arms reversed and supported by a tree stump. He stands with his feet slightly apart and the rifle rests beside one foot and is held across his body. The memorial contains a plaque which was dedicated on the 25th April 1997 which commemorates those who served in conflicts since World War Two. The Boer War plaque also commemorates the centenary of the Australian Military Forces and was dedicated on 25th April 2001.



On Saturday next, February 15, at 3.30 p.m., the unveiling of the Booval, Silkstone, and Newtown Honour Stone will take place in Cameron Park, Booval. The ceremony will be performed by his Excellency the Governor Sir Hamilton J. Goold-Adams.

Queensland Times (Ipswich). 8th February 1919



Booyal Memorial Hall Honour Roll-War Dead
Booyal Memorial Hall Honour Roll-War Dead
Address: Booyal Memorial Hall
City/Town: Booyal
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The honour roll is in the form of a marble tablet on which is incribed the names of the fallen of World War One and World War Two.



Borden Honour Roll & Plaque
Borden Honour Roll & Plaque
Address: Moir & John Streets, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Borden
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Honour Roll and plaque at the base of the flagpole commemorate servicemen and women from the district who served during the First and Second World Wars.



Borden Returned Services League Memorial Hall
Borden Returned Services League Memorial Hall
Address: Moir & John Streets
City/Town: Borden
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Borden RSL Memorial Hall commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



No further information known as at May 2013



 



Bordertown War Memorial
Bordertown War Memorial
Address: Cannawigara Road, Returned Services League
City/Town: Bordertown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bordertown War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



Boree Creek SS Memorial Hall
Boree Creek SS Memorial Hall
Address: Eades Street
City/Town: Boree Creek
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boree Creek SS Memorial Hall


Boronia War Memorial
Boronia War Memorial
Address: 198 Dorset Road, Boronia RSL
City/Town: Boronia
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who died in all the various conflicts that Australia has been involved in.  



Monument characteristics :



Cement obelisk



Bororen War Memorial
Bororen War Memorial
Address: Bruce Highway
City/Town: Bororen
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bororen War Memorial & Park honours Australian servicemen and women who served our country during the World War One and World War Two.



Botany War Memorial
Botany War Memorial
Address: Daniel & Bay Streets, Booralee Park
City/Town: Botany
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Two thousand people listened to Sir Walter Davidson's speech at the unveiling of the memorial in 1923 to 300 soldiers who enlisted from the Botany district in the Great War. The foundation stone for the memorial was laid in December 1922. The cost of the memorial was ₤1850 pounds most of which was raised by means of a carnival.  A further ₤200 was required for the garden surrounding the memorial. 


Bothwell Roll of Honour
Bothwell Roll of Honour
Address: Alexander Street, Old Bothwell Town Hall
City/Town: Bothwell
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Honour roll commemorates those who served in World War Two and the Korean War.  It lists 159 names of those who served in these conflicts.



Boulia Memorial Swimming Pool
Boulia Memorial Swimming Pool
Address: Templeton Street
City/Town: Boulia
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boulia Memorial Swimming Pool was erected in memory of those who served.



Boulia War Memorial
Boulia War Memorial
Address: Herbert Street
City/Town: Boulia
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Boulia War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women of the Boulia Shire who have served in all wars and conflicts. The memorial replaces the original memorial erected in 1975.



 



Bourke Memorial Swimming Pool
Bourke Memorial Swimming Pool
Address: Mertin Street
City/Town: Bourke
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bourke Memorial Swimming Pool


Bourke Soldiers Memorial
Bourke Soldiers Memorial
Address: Oxley Street, Central Park
City/Town: Bourke
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bourke Soldiers Memorial was erected by the people of Bourke and Byrock to the soldiers who went to the Great War. The memorial was unveiled by General Sir C.F.Fox on the 29th May 1924. The memorial is a column of silver grey granite and the base bears the names of 274 soldiers who lost their lives. The cost of the memorial was ₤550.       


Bowen Services Memorial Bowls Club Roll of Honour
Bowen Services Memorial Bowls Club Roll of Honour
Address: Powell & Brisbane Streets
City/Town: Bowen
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bowen Services Memorial Bowls Club Roll of Honour honours fallen comrades of World War One, World War Two and Vietnam.



As at 22-May-2014 the building has been demolished and it is unknown what has happened to this honour roll



Bowen War Memorial
Bowen War Memorial
Address: Herbert Street
City/Town: Bowen
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bowen War Memorial includes a "Digger" statue and was originally erected by the citizens of Bowen to commemorate those who died or were killed in World War One. The sandstone digger stands with head bowed and arms reversed atop a clock tower. The clocks were damaged in a cyclone in 1958 and have not been replaced. 



Additional names were added at a later date to commemorate those who died or were killed in World War Two and the Vietnam War.



The Bowen War Memorial was unveiled by Mr Forgan Smith M.L.A on ANZAC Day 1926.

The Queenslander (Brisbane), 3rd July 1926



Bowhill War Memorial
Bowhill War Memorial
Address: Weber Road, Memorial Park
City/Town: Bowhill
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bowhill War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



Bowral and Glenquarry War Memorial
Bowral and Glenquarry War Memorial
Address: Mittagong Road & Merrigang Street
City/Town: Bowral
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bowral and Glenquarry War Memorial is a concrete and marble obelisk surmounted by a cross. The entry to monument is through a gateway of two pillars which has a wrought iron arch with the words "Lest We Forget". The monument was rededicated on the 11th November 2003. 


Bowral Memorial Hall
Bowral Memorial Hall
Address: 24 Bendooley Street
City/Town: Bowral
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bowral Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



The School of Arts was built in 1884 as a single storey building. A library operated here from 1888 until 1945 when the library service was taken over by Bowral Council. The building was extended with an upper storey in 1913 and Council took over the building in 1938. The Memorial Hall was added in 1961 and the portico in 1989.



Bowraville War Memorial
Bowraville War Memorial
Address: 29 High Street
City/Town: Bowraville
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bowraville War Memorial was unveiled by Mrs McGree on the 25th October 1924. Mrs McGree had four sons who served in the war, three of whom paid the supreme sacrifice. The memorial is a simple column of polished trachyte from Bowral. On the face of the memorial is a bronze panel with the names of 45 local men who fell in the Great War. The bronze work was by Messrs. Powell & Hohnon (Sydney) and the cost of the memorial was ₤535.       


Box Hill War Memorial
Box Hill War Memorial
Address: Nelson Road, Box Hill Gardens
City/Town: Box Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial is a marble statue of a World War One bugler on a polished grey granite pedestal on a granite plinth on a three-stepped granite base. The memorial was unveiled by the Governor-General Lord Forster.


The wall surrounding the memorial has a number of plaques which commemorate other conflicts in in which Australians have served.


Boyanup Memorial Park
Boyanup Memorial Park
Address: South West Highway & Charlotte Street
City/Town: Boyanup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The park was established to commemorate those who died in service or were killed in action during World Wars One and Two.



In 1947, the Boyanup sub branch of the RSL, and the Memorial Park Committee under the chairmanship of Mr N. R. (Snowy) Payne, planned a multi-use sporting ground, developing the site with the additional purchase of land from Simmon's estate. The community support enabled the project to be realised. Opened in 1947, part of the land was purchased for the Boyanup citizens in remembrance of fallen soldiers from both world wars.



Boyanup War Memorial
Boyanup War Memorial
Address: South West Highway, Boyanup Memorial Park
City/Town: Boyanup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates the 70 soldiers from Boyanup who served in World Wars One and Two.



Boyanup War Memorial was relocated from in front of the post office to the Memorial Park in 1955.



The memorial obelisk was originally unveiled unveiled by Mrs Simmons, Mrs Hurst and Mrs W.J.Ecclestone on the 24th November 1917 in memory of the gallant lads who left Boyanup to fight for freedom of the Empire. The memorial was erected by public subscription.

Bunbury Herald , 28th November 1917



Boyup Brook War Memorial
Boyup Brook War Memorial
Address: Abel Street
City/Town: Boyup Brook
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument commemorates those who died in service or were killed in action in World Wars One and Two. Plaques dedicated to those who served in the Korean and Vietnam wars are also affixed to the memorial.



The unveiling and dedication of the Boyup Brook soldiers' war memorial will take place on Saturday, August 14. The State president of the R.S.L. (Mr. F. C. Chaney) has been invited to attend and invitations will be sent to all neighbouring R.S.L. sub-branches to be present.

The West Australian (Perth), 30th June 1954.



 



Bracknell War Memorial Wing
Bracknell War Memorial Wing
Address: Amelia Street, Bracknell Community Hall
City/Town: Bracknell
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial wing in the community hall commemorates those who served.

 



 



Braidwood Servicemens Club Roll of Honour
Braidwood Servicemens Club Roll of Honour
Address: Coronation Avenue & Victory Street, Braidwood Servicemens Club
City/Town: Braidwood
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Braidwood Servicemen`s Club Roll of Honour


Braidwood War Memorial
Braidwood War Memorial
Address: Wilson & Wallace Streets
City/Town: Braidwood
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Braidwood War Memorial is made of local polished grey granite on a sandstone block is a surmounted by a white marble statue of a World War One soldier standing at ease and holding a rifle.


The memorial was sculptured in Italy out of Carrara marble, and the diggers uniform is that of an Italian Alpine soldier. The names are listed in order of rank and then alphabetically.


Brandon War Memorial
Brandon War Memorial
Address: Bruce Highway & Spillers Street
City/Town: Brandon
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brandon War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate the men of Brandon who had fallen in World War One. An additional plaque was added to the memorial at a later date to commemorate the fallen of World War Two. In 2006, to celebrate the Delta Iron Works foundry’s centenary year, the owners of the foundry (Green family) commissioned a new memorial as a gift to the Brandon community. The cairn and flag pole were relocated further back within the park and a cast bronze sculpture of a First World War soldier carrying a replica of Brandon’s captured German gun was affixed atop the cairn.  A bronze dedication plaque was added to the cairn to commemorate the unveiling of the new memorial which occurred on 23 September 2006.



The original statue unveiled in 1924 also featured a machine gun. The Brandon gun was captured by the 14th Battalion, First Australian Imperial Force, at Villers-Bretonneux, France, on 29 April 1918. The machine gun allocated to the town was taken down from on top of the town`s war memorial during World War Two and is now missing.  Some say it was buried to deny it to the Japanese if they had invaded eastern Australia while others believe it was melted down for scrap metal.



Branxholm Roll of Honour
Branxholm Roll of Honour
Address: Stoke Street, Branxholm Hall
City/Town: Branxholm
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War Two and the Vietnam War.  It lists 39 names.



Branxholme Honour Rolls
Branxholme Honour Rolls
Address: Henty Highway & Branxholme -Byaduk Road, Memorial Park
City/Town: Branxholme
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Branxholme Honour Rolls list the names of those local men and women who served in World War One, World War Two, Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia and to all peacekeepers who are presently serving their country.


Branxton Memorial Rotunda
Branxton Memorial Rotunda
Address: John Rose Avenue
City/Town: Branxton
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Memorial Rotunda was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One.  A plaque has been added to commemorate those who served in World War Two.



Break O Day Armed Services Wall of Remembrance
Break O Day Armed Services Wall of Remembrance
Address: Cecilia Street, St Helens Memorial Park
City/Town: St Helens
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Break O Day Armed Services Wall of Remembrance contains plaques which detail the conflicts in which Australia has been involved from the Boer War to Peace Keeping Operations of the 21st Century. The wall also contains nominal rolls of Australian servicemen and women who have served in these conflicts.



Breakaway Creek Honour Roll
Breakaway Creek Honour Roll
Address: Camerons Lane, Breakaway Creek/ Knebsworth Hall
City/Town: Breakaway Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 The Breakaway Creek Honour Roll honours those who served.


Breakers Country Club Memorial
Breakers Country Club Memorial
Address: 64 Dover Road
City/Town: Wamberal
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Breakers Country Club Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



The Breakers Country Club was formerly known as the Terrigal Memorial Club and is the headquarters of the Terrigal Wamberal RSL Sub Branch.



Breakfast Point War Memorial
Breakfast Point War Memorial
Address: Village Drive
City/Town: Breakfast Point
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

All three plaques were on the original memorial which was located at the Tennyson Road entrance to the former AGL Mortlake Gasworks. The largest and original plaque was in memory of the 45 employees who lost their lives in the Great War. The second plaque, originally attached to the plinth of the Great War memorial, is dedicated to all those who served in World War 2. The third and smallest of the plaques records the unveiling of the Great War Memorial by the then Governor of NSW on the 25th August 1926.


 


Breeza War Memorial
Breeza War Memorial
Address: Kamilaroi Highway
City/Town: Breeza
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Breeza War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. An honour roll of those who served in World War Two and Vietnam was added to the memorial at a later date.



Monument characteristics :



A granite monument with marble name plaques, surmounted by the remnants of a machine gun. Ornate, with coloured Australian national and Union Jack flags combined with laurel wreath inlay.



The committee of the Breeza Memorial have decided that the unveiling will take place on the 11th of November. The contractor, Mr. Hardy, is to have it completed by the 1st of November. It was decided to write to the Liverpool Plains Shire President, the Mayor of Gunnedah, Mr. O. A. Higgins, the Ministers of the various Departments, but they decided not to invite any M.L.A's. as three would have to be invited. Mr. John Perry was chosen to unveil the memorial. The names of some 30 odd returned soldiers who enlisted from Breeza, and four who paid the supreme sacrifice will be inscribed on the monument. The cost when completed will be about £164, all of which has been fully subscribed, which speaks well for a small place like Breeza. They have not forgotten.

The North Western Courier (Narrabri), 29th October 1923.



Bremer Bay War Memorial
Bremer Bay War Memorial
Address: Mary Street
City/Town: Bremer Bay
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bremer Bay War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



Brewarrina War Memorial
Brewarrina War Memorial
Address: Young Street
City/Town: Brewarrina
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brewarrina War Memorial


Briagolong War Memorial
Briagolong War Memorial
Address: Avon Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Briagolong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Briagolong War Memorial was officially unveiled on the 29th January 1921 by Mrs Mills in front of a large gathering. The memorial was erected by Briagolong residents to the memory of the men of the district who had taken part in the Great War. In the cavity of the die stone of the pedestal a document had been placed in a leaden casket and hermetically sealed. The words contained in the document are :-


"This monument was erected by the people of Briagolong in memory of the brave lads of this district who took part in the Great European War, 1914-19. The following committee carried out this work: Cr. Noble, G. O. Bennett, T.X. Feely, R. W. Noble, G. Atkinson, W. E. Kelly, A. J. Bryant, Mesdames R. Linaker, R. M'Innes, B. Short, with Cr. Kelly president; F. Hickey, treasurer; A. Bennett, hon. secretary; T. Rayment, original hon. secretary." Briagolong, Dec. A.D. 1920, in the reign of George V., King of Great Britain and Ireland, and of the Dominions beyond the seas."


Bribbaree Memorial Hall
Bribbaree Memorial Hall
Address: Weedallion Street
City/Town: Bribbaree
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bribbaree Memorial Hall


Bribbaree Roll of Honour
Bribbaree Roll of Honour
Address: Weedallion Street, Bribbaree Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bribbaree
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bribbaree Roll of Honour


Bribbaree War Memorial
Bribbaree War Memorial
Address: Weedallion Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Bribbaree
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates the men from the town and district who served in wars.


Bribbaree War Memorial (New)
Bribbaree War Memorial (New)
Address: Weedallion Street, Anzac Park
City/Town: Bribbaree
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Memorial commemorates servicemen and women from the district who served in all wars and conflicts since the First World War.


Bribie Island Returned Services League & Citizens Club Memorial
Bribie Island Returned Services League & Citizens Club Memorial
Address: Toorbul Street
City/Town: Bongaree
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bribie Island Returned Services League and Citizens Club Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Bridge Street Village Memorial Garden
Bridge Street Village Memorial Garden
Address: 279 Bridge Street, Bridge Street Village
City/Town: Toowoomba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bridge Street Village Memorial Garden commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Bridgetown Memorial Park
Bridgetown Memorial Park
Address: Hampton Street
City/Town: Bridgetown
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A park and pavilion commemorate those who served in World Wars One and Two.



There is a Memorial Gate-house sited at the entry to the park, and inside are several bronze plaques listing the names of all Bridgetown servicemen and women who fought in both wars as well as those who fought in other conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



The Bridgetown sub-branch of the Returned Servicemen's League has to decide which of two war memorials will be the scene of future Anzac Day ceremonies. The first war memorial containing the names of all local enlistments is built on a hill overlooking the town. At present memorial gates at the new Memorial Park are being constructed to contain a roll of honour. They will suggest that the old memorial be moved to Memorial Park and the plates from the memorial be placed in the gates.

The West Australian (Perth), 10th June 1950.



 



Bridgetown War Memorial
Bridgetown War Memorial
Address: Hampton Street , Bridgetown Memorial Park
City/Town: Bridgetown
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial contains the names of 65 soldiers who died in service or were killed in action in World Wars One and Two. The Memorial was relocated to its present site in the memorial park in 1952.



Originally erected as a memorial to the fallen of World War One, it was unveiled on the 11th November 1921 by the Governor of Western Australia, Sir Francis Newdegate.

The West Australian ,7th November 1921



Bridport Cenotaph
Bridport Cenotaph
Address: Main Street
City/Town: Bridport
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bridport Cenotaph commemorates those who served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bridport Honour Roll
Bridport Honour Roll
Address: Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bridport
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bridport Honour Roll is a wooden honour roll which lists 64 names of those who served in the Boer War, and World Wars One and Two.



Brighton Arch Of Remembrance
Brighton Arch Of Remembrance
Address: Esplanade & Jetty Road
City/Town: Brighton
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brighton Arch Of Remembrance commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts. The original Arch of Remembrance was dedicated in 21st November 1926 as Brighton's World War One Memorial. It was designed by J. D. Lyons of Prospect who won a competition run by The Town of Brighton. The original arch was damaged by a storm in 1963 and replaced and dedicated on the 19th April 1964.







 



Brighton Municipal Memorial Hall
Brighton Municipal Memorial Hall
Address: Midland Highway
City/Town: Pontville
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brighton Municipal Memorial Hall commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved. A plaque on the hall commemorates the departure of Tasmania`s quota of the First Division of the 1st A.I.F from the site in 1914.



Satisfaction was expressed with the decision of the Government, as given in a letter from the Minister for Lands and Works (Mr Brooker), to provide £1,500 towards the provision of a municipal memorial at Pontville. The Warden (Mr R. C. Thompson) said Brighton was the first municipality to receive the Government subsidy towards a war memorial.

The Mercury (Hobart), 15th February 1946.

Brighton Council yesterday accepted a tender of £12,800 for a new war memorial hall at Pontville. The original plan made provision for a preschool centre and special servicemen's room, but because of additional cost involved it was decided to proceed only with the hall and supper room.  The successful tenderer is L Rowbottom, of Claremont.

The Mercury (Hobart), 13th June 1952.



 



Brighton-Le-Sands Memorial Fields
Brighton-Le-Sands Memorial Fields
Address: Sybil Lane
City/Town: Brighton-Le-Sands
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brighton Le Sands Memorial Fields are dedicated to the men of the armed forces who gave their lives.



Brighton-Le-Sands R.S.L Memorial Court
Brighton-Le-Sands R.S.L Memorial Court
Address: 351 Bay Street, Brighton-Le-Sands R.S.L. Club
City/Town: Brighton-Le-Sands
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The R.S.L Memorial Court commemorates those who died in service or were killed in action in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved..



Brightwater State School Memorial Flagpole and Garden
Brightwater State School Memorial Flagpole and Garden
Address: Brightwater Boulevard, Brightwater State School
City/Town: Mountain Creek
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brightwater State School Memorial Flagpole and Garden commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Brim Memorial Bowling Club
Brim Memorial Bowling Club
Address: Swann Street
City/Town: Brim
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Brim Memorial Bowling Club was formed in 1945 and is dedicated to those who served.


Brimpaen Memorial Gates
Brimpaen Memorial Gates
Address: Brimpaen-Laharum Road , Brimpaen Hall
City/Town: Brimpaen
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Memorial Gates were erected by the residents of Brimpaen and District to commemorates those who died or were killed in World Wars One and Two. The gates were dedicated by Canon Fettell on the 4th December 1949.  



Brinkworth Memorial Gardens
Brinkworth Memorial Gardens
Address: Main Street
City/Town: Brinkworth
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brinkworth Memorial Gardens commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



Brinkworth Memorial Obelisk
Brinkworth Memorial Obelisk
Address: Brinkworth - Blyth Road, Cemetery
City/Town: Brinkworth
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Honours those who served in both World Wars who are interred in the cemetery.



No further information known as at October 2013.



Brisbane Central Synagogue War Memorial
Brisbane Central Synagogue War Memorial
Address: 98 Margaret Street, Brisbane Central Synagogue
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The memorial at the Brisbane Synagogue, commemorates members of the parish who served during the Great War. The Honour Board forms part of a wider memorial, which incorporates 4 stained glass windows, located on either side of the Roll.



The left side windows commemorate the men and women of Australia's Armed Forces who served in two World Wars. The right side windows commemorate the deaths of 6 million Jews at the hands of the Third Reich and Nazism during World War Two.



The Honour Board lists 46 men of the Jewish Faith who responded to the Nation's call during the Great War.



Brisbane City Hall Honour Board
Brisbane City Hall Honour Board
Address: King George Square, Foyer, Brisbane City Hall
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An honour roll commemorates those who died or were killed in World Wars One and Two.



 



Brisbane Girls` Grammar School Honour Board
Brisbane Girls` Grammar School Honour Board
Address: 70 Gregory Terrace, Brisbane Girls Grammar School
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brisbane Girls` Grammar School Honour Board lists the names of the women who served in the Australian Forces in two World Wars 1914-1918 and  1939-1945. Individuals listed were either past students or past staff of the School.



About 200 people attended the unveiling of the Brisbane Girls Grammar School Honour Board on the 7th May 1949. The board was presented by the Old Girls Association and was unveiled by the school's Chairmen of the Trustees, Mr Grenning as part of the association's silver jubilee celebrations.

Sunday Mail, 8th May 1949.



Brisbane Postmen & Assistants Honour Roll
Brisbane Postmen & Assistants Honour Roll
Address: 285 Queen Street, General Post Office
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
An honour roll commemorates Brisbane postmen and assistants from the Postmaster-General`s Department who served in World Wars One and Two, the Korean War, the Malayan Emergency and the Vietnam War.

Brisbane State High School Alumni Laude Honour Board
Brisbane State High School Alumni Laude Honour Board
Address: 150 Vulture Street, Resource Centre, Brisbane State High School
City/Town: South Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brisbane State High School Alumni Laude Honour Board honours those from the school who served in World War One and World War Two. The large Honour Board incorporates the Roll of Honour for alumni who served during the First and Second World Wars. The flanks of the main Roll list additional school and heritage rolls.



Brisbane Tramways Light Street Depot Roll of Honour
Brisbane Tramways Light Street Depot Roll of Honour
Address: Tramway Street, Brisbane Tramways Museum
City/Town: Ferny Grove
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Brisbane Tramways Light Street Depot Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One and World War Two.



No further information known as at July 2013



British Ex-Service Association of Queensland Plaque
British Ex-Service Association of Queensland Plaque
Address: Ann Street, Shrine of Memories, ANZAC Square
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Plaque dedicated in honour of past British Ex Service Men and Women who served in war and peace.



British Ex-Service Men & Women
British Ex-Service Men & Women
Address: Margaret & Burstow Streets, Mothers Memorial Gardens, Boer War Gates
City/Town: Toowoomba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

British Ex-Service Men and Women plaque commemorates past British ex servicemen and women who have served in war and peace.



British Ex-Servicewomens Memorial
British Ex-Servicewomens Memorial
Address: Menzies Crescent
City/Town: Prospect
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial commemorates British Ex-Servicewomen who served in times of conflict and honours those who paid the supreme sacrifice.



Broadford War Memorial
Broadford War Memorial
Address: High Street
City/Town: Broadford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Broadford War Memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.  The obelisk was originally dedicated to those from the district who served in World War One .  Names of the fallen of World War two were added to the memorial at a later date. A wall was added alongside the memorial to commemorate the conflicts that occured after the Second World War.



The residents of Broadford have decided to erect a memorial to the fallen soldiers from the locality. At the initial meeting £141 was contributed towards the scheme. It is proposed to erect a monument in front of the Shire Hall.

Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser, 5th April 1918.



Broadmeadows Remembrance Memorial
Broadmeadows Remembrance Memorial
Address: Pearcedale Parade
City/Town: Broadmeadows
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Broadmeadows Remembrance Memorial is dedicated to Australian men and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.


Broadsound Memorial Hall
Broadsound Memorial Hall
Address: Music Street
City/Town: Carmila
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Broadsound Memorial Hall is dedicated to those who served.



No further information known as at July 2013



Broadwater War Memorial
Broadwater War Memorial
Address: Pacific Highway
City/Town: Broadwater
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Broadwater War Memorial


Broke War Memorial
Broke War Memorial
Address: Paynes Crossing Road, Near Fire Station
City/Town: Broke
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Broke War Memorial


Brooke Avenue Public School War Memorial
Brooke Avenue Public School War Memorial
Address: Brooke Avenue, Brooke Avenue Public School
City/Town: Killarney Vale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brooke Avenue Public School War Memorial


Brooklyn Memorial Hall
Brooklyn Memorial Hall
Address: 120 Brooklyn Road
City/Town: Brooklyn
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brooklyn Memorial Hall


Brooklyn War Memorial
Brooklyn War Memorial
Address: 106 Brooklyn Road, Brooklyn Oval
City/Town: Brooklyn
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Brooklyn War Memorial


Brookton District Memorial Hall
Brookton District Memorial Hall
Address: White & Whittington Streets
City/Town: Brookton
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Hall commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved..



The road board will get in touch with the Returned Servicemen's League and the Farmers' Union to hold a meeting to discuss the raising of funds to carry out extensions and renovations to the Brookton Hall as a memorial project.

The West Australian (Perth), 20th May 1950



 



 



Brookton District War Memorial
Brookton District War Memorial
Address: Corberding Road & Brookton Highway, Memorial Park
City/Town: Brookton
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

An obelisk situated at the end of an avenue of pencil pine trees was erected in the 1920s to commemorate those who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.



The names of those who died in service or were killed in action from World War Two were added at a later date.



Brookton Memorial Park
Brookton Memorial Park
Address: Corberding Road & Brookton Highway, Memorial Park
City/Town: Brookton
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Brookton Memorial Park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved..



The obelisk is situated at the end of an avenue of pencil pine trees. A gun is located at the east end of the avenue situated within a tree lined lawn area with picnic tables and children's play equipment. A small plaque is further to the west end of the avenue near the flagpole. The avenue is in the shape of a cross.



Brookton Road Board Roll of Honour
Brookton Road Board Roll of Honour
Address: White & Whittington Streets, Brookton District Memorial Hall
City/Town: Brookton
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brookton Road Board District Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One and World War Two. The roll is an art deco style timber honour roll with metal name plates containing 31 names.



Broome War Memorial
Broome War Memorial
Address: Hamersley & Weld Streets, Bedford Memorial Park
City/Town: Broome
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

This memorial, which commemorates the fallen of World War One, World War Two and Vietnam, replaced the original memorial dedicated on 1 January 1922 which is now in the Broome Historical Museum. It is a large brick and stone monument with paved surroundings, lighting and flag poles.



Broomehill District Roll of Honour
Broomehill District Roll of Honour
Address: 30360 Great Southern Highway, Broomehill Town Hall
City/Town: Broomehill
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Broomehill District Roll of Honour honours those who served.



Broomehill War Memorial
Broomehill War Memorial
Address: Great Southern Highway
City/Town: Broomehill
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A memorial commemorates those who died in service or were killed in action in World Wars One and Two.



The Broomehill War Memorial was erected in November 1949 by the Broomehill RSL Sub-Branch with assistance from the district residents. It is dedicated to the memory of 34 local servicemen who gave their lives in both World Wars. The memorial was unveiled by Mr. F.Chaney of the State Executive of the Returned Services League. Mr Chaney thought that Broomehill was the first district to erect a completely new memorial since the end of World War Two.  

The West Australian, 21 November 1949.



 



 



Brooweena War Memorial
Brooweena War Memorial
Address: Smith Crescent & Lahey Street
City/Town: Brooweena
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brooweena War Memorial is a marble and sandstone memorial honours the thirty-nine local men who served during World War One including the ten who died. A later set of plates records the forty-three local men and women who served in the World War Two. The strength of Brooweena’s patriotic support during World War One was remarkable and it funded an ambulance for France and has another memorial (the privately funded Bridge Creek bridge) south of the town at Gigoomgan. The size of the digger memorial is large in comparison to the size of the town. The origin of this digger memorial is unclear and the pedestal is of a style not found elsewhere in Queensland and the inscription is also considered to be unusual.



Broughton Memorial Hall
Broughton Memorial Hall
Address: Broughton-Yanac Road
City/Town: Broughton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Broughton Memorial Hall was opened in September 1957 and commemorates those who served.


Brown Coal Mine Citizens War Memorial
Brown Coal Mine Citizens War Memorial
City/Town: Yallourn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brown Coal Mine Citizens War Memorial


Brownlow Hill War Memorial
Brownlow Hill War Memorial
Address: Werombi & Stanhope Roads
City/Town: Brownlow Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two


Browns Well District Memorial Gates
Browns Well District Memorial Gates
Address: Alawoona - Paruna Road, Community Oval
City/Town: Paruna
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Memorial gates at the community oval commemorate the fallen of World Wars One and Two.



No further information known as at October 2013.



Bruarong State School Honour Roll
Bruarong State School Honour Roll
Address: 25 Bruarong Lane, Bruarong Community Centre
City/Town: Bruarong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bruarong State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Bruce Honour Roll
Bruce Honour Roll
Address: Railway Terrace South, Bruce Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bruce
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bruce Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One and World War Two.



No further information known as at October 2013.



Bruce Rock Indigenous War Memorial
Bruce Rock Indigenous War Memorial
Address: Johnson Street, Bruce Rock Memorial Pathway
City/Town: Bruce Rock
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bruce Rock Indigenous War Memorial commemorates indigenous servicemen and women who served in World War One and Two.



Bruce Rock War Memorial
Bruce Rock War Memorial
Address: Johnson Street, intersection of Bath Street
City/Town: Bruce Rock
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Granite limestone tower with clock face on three sides  was originally erected to commemorate those who served Australia during the First and Second World Wars.  The names of those lost in action appear on the north and south sides. On the front of the memorial is a brass sword and plaques commemorating the fallen from all wars and conflicts since Sudan in 1885.



At a meeting of the Bruce Rock war memorial committee on the 24th January,  the chairman (Mr. S. A. Brown) said that a permit for the construction of the memorial had been obtained and the contractors hoped to commence the work soon. They expected that sufficient progress would be made to have a stone-laying ceremony on Anzac Day. The memorial will be a clock tower of Donnybrook stone with a three-face clock. The total cost, including the clock and flood-lighting, is estimated at about £1,400, nearly £1,000 of which is in hand.

The West Australian (Perth), 26th January 1950.



In the presence of a big crowd the State president of the Returned Servicemen's League (Mr. T. .Sten) on Saturday unveiled the Bruce Rock district war memorial. The Director of Recruiting in W.A. (Sir Charles Latham), who also spoke, appealed to young men to join the services and so seek to prevent another world war. The service was conducted by the Rev. Dr. Bazeley, of Merredin, who offered up the dedication prayer.

The West Australian (Perth), 20th March 1951.


 



 



 



 



Bruie Plains Roll of Honour
Bruie Plains Roll of Honour
Address: Trundle Bruie Plains Road, Bruie Plains Church
City/Town: Bruie Plains
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bruie Plains Honour Roll was erected with the assistance of the Department of Veteran Affairs and volunteers from the Bruie Plains Landcare Group was dedicated o the 6th April 2013.



The Bruie Plains Church was built in 1914 on land donated by the Harris family at "lona". The timber & the money for the construction of the Church were donated by the Rawson family of "Mareetha". It was non-denominational and services were held on a rotational basis between the Anglican, Catholic & Presbyterian faiths. In 1956 the Church was lifted up, placed on logs & towed by tractors to its present site.



Between 1956 and 1967 the Church also doubled as a school. The Church then sat empty, falling into a major state of disrepair. In 1999, a group of local volunteers with funding from the N.S.W Heritage Assistance Program restored the Church to its former glory. In 2006 with many of the older residents beginning to move out of the area or sadly pass on, the Bruie Plains Landcare Group fearing that a wealth of information was being lost began to gather together a complete honour roll of its ex-service men. A roll of thirty five names has been compiled.


 


Brungle Memorial Hall & Gates
Brungle Memorial Hall & Gates
Address: Brungle Road
City/Town: Brungle
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Brungle Memorial Hall was completed in 1935 at the cost of  ₤500 which was borrowed from the home building fund at a low rate of interest. The hall was officially opened by Mr. W.Rose MLA. , the event being celebrated by a ball. 


At the front driveway to the hall are memorial gates with white marble memorial plaques, commemorating those who lost their lives in World War 11 , inset into the brick pillars on either side of the entrance.


Brunswick Heads Cenotaph
Brunswick Heads Cenotaph
Address: Fawcett St, Memorial Park
City/Town: Brunswick Heads
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Brunswick Heads Cenotaph


Brunswick Junction Other Wars Honour Roll
Brunswick Junction Other Wars Honour Roll
Address: Ommaney Road, Brunswick Memorial Hall
City/Town: Brunswick
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Brunswick Junction Other Wars Honour Roll honours those who served.



Brunswick Junction War Memorial
Brunswick Junction War Memorial
Address: Ommaney Road, adjacent Brunswick Memorial Hall
City/Town: Brunswick
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A monument with a metal arch commemorates those who served in World Wars One and Two.



Bruthen War Memorial
Bruthen War Memorial
Address: Omeo Highway
City/Town: Bruthen
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bruthen War Memorial is a tall multi-tiered bluestone memorial topped by a column and lamp globe. The inscriptions on marble tablets on all sides commemorate those who served and who died in World Wars One and Two. Plaques have been added to the monument to commemorate those who have served in Malaya, Korea, Borneo and Vietnam.


Brymaroo War Memorial
Brymaroo War Memorial
Address: Jondaryan-Nungil Road, Alex Campbell Park
City/Town: Brymaroo
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A Canberra Bomber A84-219 commemorates the military history of the town which in World War Two was a United States Army base. It commemorates the service of the Canberra bomber from 1953 to 1985. They were used in bombing missions in the Vietnam conflict and were based in Australia, Malaysia and New Guinea.



Buangor Honour Roll
Buangor Honour Roll
Address: Western Highway, Buangor Sports Centre
City/Town: Buangor
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bucca All Wars Memorial
Bucca All Wars Memorial
Address: 28 Longs Road, Bucca Hall & Recreation Club
City/Town: Bucca
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bucca All Wars Memorial commemorates Bucca servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.

 



Buccleuch Memorial Hall
Buccleuch Memorial Hall
Address: Hensel Road
City/Town: Buccleuch
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Buccleuch Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served.



Buchan Honour Roll
Buchan Honour Roll
Address: 4 Dalley Street, Buchan State School
City/Town: Buchan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Buchan Honour Roll honours those who served in World War Two, Korea and Vietnam.


Buckrabanyule Honour Roll
Buckrabanyule Honour Roll
Address: Wedderburn-Buckrabanyule Road, Buckrabanyule Hall
City/Town: Buckrabanyule
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Buckrabanyule Honour Roll honours those who served.


Buderim War Memorial Hall and Library
Buderim War Memorial Hall and Library
Address: Main Street & Gloucester Road
City/Town: Buderim
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Buderim War Memorial Hall and Library was dedicated in memory of those who served. The Buderim War Memorial Hall was the original centre of the Buderim War Memorial Community Centre Association and is now a public venue for theatre, concerts and public functions



In late 1945 the Australian government was vigorously encouraging small towns and settlements to erect monuments in honour of those who had fought for their country. At the time, Buderim had a population of about 600 and the major industry was farming. Long before the end of the war, there was great discussion about the nature of the Buderim monument. The stakeholders did not want a cold stone statue, nor did they feel that a dedicated park or an avenue of trees was right for Buderim. Instead in a moment of rare vision, it was resolved to keep Buderim a place that was worth fighting for -a place that would maintain the spirit of community, which had characterised Buderim during the war years. They wanted to establish a living memorial. and so founded the Buderim War Memorial Community Centre. (BWMCA)



The BWMCA is responsible for various properties throughout Buderim, which are dedicated to or contribute to the needs of the community. All property owned by the BWMCA is held in trust for the people of Buderim for now and the future.


 


Bugaldie Memorial Hall
Bugaldie Memorial Hall
Address: Coonabarabran-Baradine Road
City/Town: Bugaldie
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bugaldie Memorial Hall


Bulahdelah Sub Branch R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Honour Roll
Bulahdelah Sub Branch R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Honour Roll
Address: 72-74 Crawford Street, Bulahdelah Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bulahdelah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bulahdelah Sub Branch R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One, World War Two, Korea and Vietnam.



Bulahdelah War Memorial
Bulahdelah War Memorial
Address: Meade Street
City/Town: Bulahdelah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bulahdelah War Memorial commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bulahdelah War Memorial Hall
Bulahdelah War Memorial Hall
Address: 72-74 Crawford Street
City/Town: Bulahdelah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple
Bulahdelah War Memorial Hall was built by the community as a tribute to the sacrifice and service of the young men and women from Bulahdelah and District in the Great War and World War Two.

Bullarook State School Honour Roll
Bullarook State School Honour Roll
Address: 323 Bungaree-Wallace Road, Bungaree and District Historical Society
City/Town: Bungaree
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bullarook State School Honour Roll honours those who served in both World Wars.



No further information known as at November 2013



Bullecourt Barracks Memorial
Bullecourt Barracks Memorial
Address: Brunker Road
City/Town: Adamstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

 Bullecourt Barracks Memorial


Bulli-Woonona War Memorial
Bulli-Woonona War Memorial
Address: Princes Highway, Bulli Library
City/Town: Bulli
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Monument characteristics :



A grey granite column with a small granite table on top. 



Bullsbrook War Memorial
Bullsbrook War Memorial
Address: Hurd Road, Bullsbrook RSL
City/Town: Bullsbrook
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

A granite column mounted on a granite base with a bronze plaque affixed commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



Buln Buln District Honour Roll
Buln Buln District  Honour Roll
Address: 15 Old Sale Road, Buln Buln Primary School
City/Town: Buln Buln
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Buln Buln District Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One and Two.


Bunbury War Memorial
Bunbury War Memorial
Address: Victoria & Stirling Streets, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Bunbury
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Bunbury War Memorial is dedicated to the 200 local residents who died in service or were killed in action during World Wars One and  Two. The memorial was unveiled on Armistice Day 1924 by Colonel N.M.Brazier however the memorial was officially completed with the unveiling of the soldier statue on Anzac Day 1930. The memorial was erected by the Bunbury Branch of the RSL with funds raised by public subscription.



The memorial is rendered with concrete and painted white.  It consists of three panels on an elevated base.  The central panel is tallest with a life-size figure of a soldier in full uniform leaning on his rifle with his head down on top of the central pane.  The memorial panels are made of granite with red inscriptions.



 



Bundaberg and District Returned Services League & Citizens Memorial Club
Bundaberg and District Returned Services League & Citizens Memorial Club
Address: Quay Street
City/Town: Bundaberg
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

Bundaberg and District Returned Services League and Citizens Memorial Club is dedicated in memory of those who served.



Initially, the Sub-Branch met in Bourbong Street premises owned by one of the members. In 1936, they moved their meeting place to the RSL Baths on Quay Street. On the 13th September 1986, the name of the club was changed to Bundaberg & District R.S.L. and Citizens' Memorial Club





 



Bundaberg Citizens` Memorial Portico
Bundaberg Citizens` Memorial Portico
Address: Bourbong Street, Buss Park, Civic Centre
City/Town: Bundaberg
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: Multiple

The Citizens` Memorial Portico at the Civic Centre is dedicated to those who gave their lives in World War Two, Korea, Malaya, Borneo, Malay peninsula and Vietnam. The names of those who died are listed on associated Honour Boards inside the Portico area.