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Langlands Park Memorial Gates
Langlands Park Memorial Gates

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Langlands Park Memorial Gates were originally erected to commemorate the men of Coorparoo Shire who fell in World War One. A plaque was added at a later date to commemorate the men and women who served in World War Two.

The official opening of the Coorparoo Memorial Gates at Langlands Park took place on the 21st May 1921. The ceremony was performed by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Matthew Nathan.
The Brisbane Courier, 19th May 1921.


Address:Panitya Street, Langlands Park, Greenslopes, 4120
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -27.497843
Long: 153.048631
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Gates
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 21st May, 1921
Left Side Inscription
Memorial Gates
Erected in commemoration of the soldiers of the Australian Imperial Forces from Coorparoo who fell in the Great War of 1914 to 1918. A.D.
Officially opened by His Excellency the Governor, the Right Hon. Sir Matthew Nathan G.C.M.G. on May 21st. 1921 A.D.
Officials of the Memorial Committee
President  Dr. J. E. Streeter
Hon. Treas.  Joseph F. Beet
​Hon. Sec. W. D. Dell
Hon. Recorder. C. W. Beak
Chairman of Shire Council  Cr W. J. Ewart
Right Side Inscription

Our Fallen Heroes

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Plaque :

Australia Remembers
1945 - 1995

In honour of the men and women who served Australia in time of conflict during World War II
1939 - 1945

Lest We Forget

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