Victorian Garden of RemembrancePrint Page
Each plaque commemorates service personnel who died in the two world wars or whose post war deaths are determined by the Department of Veterans Affairs to have been related to war service.
Since the Victorian Garden of Remembrance was first opened, deaths from subsequent wars are now included within the memorial.
|Address:||Princes Highway, Springvale Necropolis, Springvale, 3171|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -37.9425|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 3rd March, 1989|
Those who are honoured in this Garden of Remembrance died as the result of service in the armed forces of the Commonwealth.
Their remains rest in places where proper commemoration cannot be given or were cremated and the ashes scattered.
Their memory shall not be blotted out.
Victorian Garden of Remembrance opened by the Hon. B. C. Humphreys, MP. Minister for Veterans Affairs on 3 March, 1989