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The monument was originally erected to commemorate those who died in World War One.  Additional plaques have been added to the monument to commemorate other conflicts.

Behind the memorial carved out of a macrocarpa tree are wooden sculptures representing Australia's involvement in World War One, World War Two and Vietnam.

With the permission of the Scottsdale Municipal Council the local branch of the R.S. and S. I .L. A. will shortly erect a concrete monument on the children's reserve bearing the inscription "In memoriam of our fallen soldiers".  It has also been  suggested that the town's war trophy, a machine gun should be  placed in the reserve. It is the intention of soldiers to have the memorial in readiness for services on Anzac Day.
The Mercury (Hobart), 5th April 1922.



Address:Alfred Street, War Memorial Park, Scottsdale, 7260
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -41.157136
Long: 147.514687
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Tuesday 25th April, 1922
Front Inscription

In memory of those who served

Boer War        1899 - 1901
World War 1   1914 - 1918
World War 11 1939 - 1945
Korea               1950 - 1953
Vietnam           1963 - 1972

Conflicts in Malaya, Borneo, East Timor, Afghanistan, Iraq, and all peace keeping forces.

Dedicated to the brave men and women form the Dorset municipality who fought for the freedom of humanity

Lest We Forget

Back Inscription

Plaque :

In honour of all prisoners of war

May their suffering never be forgotten

Source: MA
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