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The Port Adelaide Naval Memorial is dedicated to men and women who haved served in the naval services in war and peace.

The memorial features a Gallipoli plaque as well as an anchor donated by the family of A. B.  W. H. (Harry) Cadd, PA 2538 RANR Ex HMAS Norman.


Address:Robe Street & Quebec Mall, Port Adelaide, 5015
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.84554
Long: 138.503905
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Wednesday 11th November, 1998
Front Inscription

This Plaque Is Dedicated To The
Memory Of All Those Men And
Women Who Served In The
Naval Services In Times Of
War And Peace

Lest We Forget

Unveiled By The Mayor Of The
City Of Port Adelaide Enfield
Ms Johanna McLuskey

11 - 11 - 1998

Left Side Inscription

               1915 - 2015
This Plaque Commemorates The
100th Anniversary Of The Famous Landing.
In Particular The Input Of The Navy
In The Form Of The Royal Australian
Navy  "Bridging Train.  Supplying Stores
And Ammunition From Ship To Shore And
Up To The Front, Often Under Heavy
Turkish Artillery Fire.
Many Were Decorated, And Their
Casualties Were High.

Back Inscription

This Naval Anchor Commemorates
The 60th Anniversary Of V. P. Day

15th August 2005

Lest We Forget

Unveiled By
Mr. Rod Sawford, M.P.
Federal Member For Port Adelaide

Plaque :

Anchor Donated By
The Family Of
A. B.  W. H. (Harry) Cadd
PA 2538  RANR
Ex HMAS Norman

Source: MA,RVWM
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