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Cooroy War Memorial includes a "Digger" statue and was originally erected in memory of the fallen of World War One. The names of the fallen of World War Two were inscribed on the memorial at a later date. A further plaque was added to the memorial to commemorate those who had served and lost their lives in Korea, South East Asia, Malaya and Vietnam.

The monument erected in memory of the fallen soldiers of Cooroy was unveiled on the 17th April 1922 by Senator Sir William Glasgow in the presence of a large number of residents. The monument which rests on granite foundations  consists of Helidon stone, with four marble sides on one of which is inscribed the names of the soldiers who paid the supreme sacrifice. The figure of a soldier with rifle reversed surmounts the stone.
The Brisbane Courier, 19th April 1922.


Address:Tewantin Road, Cooroy, 4563
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -26.416547
Long: 152.913735
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict
Monument Designer:A. L. Petrie & Sons (Toowong, QLD)
Monument Manufacturer:A. L. Petrie & Sons (Toowong, QLD)


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Monday 17th April, 1922
Front Inscription

Erected by the residents of Cooroy, in honour of those who sacrificed their lives in the Great War

1914 - 1919

"Their name liveth for evermore" 

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Cooroy and District Roll of Honour


Left Side Inscription

In memory of those who fought and gave their lives.

1950 - 1973 

Korea, South-East Asia, Malaya, Borneo and Viet Nam.

Right Side Inscription

1939 - 1945

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Source: MIV,QWMR, MA
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