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Mundubbera War Memorial : 15-10-2012
Mundubbera War Memorial : 15-10-2012

Photographs supplied by John Huth / Fred Brunings / Roger Johnson

The War Memorial was originally erected by the residents of Mundubbera and District to commemorate those who served in World War One.  Additional plaques have been added to commemorate those who have fought in other wars and conflicts.

The memorial was unveiled on the 27th May 1928 by Mr. M.J.Kirwan, Minister for Works. The proceedings opened with the schoolchildren singing "Abide With Me". Mr Kirwan in his address stated that 26 per cent of the men fit for service in the Mundubberra district enlisted and out of that number no fewer than 23 per cent paid the supreme sacrifice. The landing at Gallipoli was recognised as the greatest military exploit of history.
The Brisbane Courier, 25th May 1928.





Address:Lyons & Bouverie Streets, Mundubbera, 4626
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -25.591008
Long: 151.298532
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 27th May, 1928
Front Inscription

1914 - 1918
Erected By The Citizens Of
Munduberra And District

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Plaque :

In Memory Of
All Who Paid The Supreme Sacrifice
World War II
Korea, Malaya, Borneo, Vietnam

Left Side Inscription

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Back Inscription

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Right Side Inscription

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Inscription in Proximity


This memorial was built in 1927 and was unveiled in 1928.  It was originally funded by the citizens of the district to commemorate the World War I soldiers.  The main block weighed two tons and had to be positioned using a tripod and chains.  Today it commemorates all those who lived here and gave their lives in the defence of their country.

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