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Alton Downs War Memorial was originally 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 to commemorate those who have served in all conflicts in which Australia has been involved.

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.


Address:1569 Ridgelands Road, Beside Community Hall , Alton Downs, 4702
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -23.302642
Long: 150.356232
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict
Monument Manufacturer:F. M. Allan (Rockhampton, QLD)


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 16th October, 1920
Front Inscription

1914   1919

This monument is erected in honour of the men of this District who gave and risked their lives in the war

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Lest we forget

Also served
1939 - 1945

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Source: MIV,QWMR, MA
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