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20-April-2013 (Bryan Hardy)
20-April-2013 (Bryan Hardy)

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The Bunbury War Memorial commemorates those who have died in service or have been killed in conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial contains the names of the fallen of both World War Wars and was originally unveiled in 1924. 

The memorial was unveiled on Armistice Day 1924 by Colonel N. M. Brazier, however it was not officially completed with the unveiling of the soldier statue on Anzac Day 1930. It was erected by the Bunbury Branch of the RSL with funds raised by public subscription.

Monument Characteristics:
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.



Address:Victoria & Stirling Streets, ANZAC Park , Bunbury, 6230
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.327182
Long: 115.636907
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Tuesday 11th November, 1924
Front Inscription

[ Names ]

Gallipoli    France
1914  1918

Plaque :

This memorial is dedicated to the memory of all Australian servicemen and servicewomen and their Allies who paid the supreme sacrifice in the service of their nation.
"Lest We Forget"

Source: WMR, MA
Monument details supplied by Monument Australia - www.monumentaustralia.org.au
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