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The memorial was originally erected to commemorate Trooper John Kiley of the Victorian Battalion Imperial Bushmen who died of enteric fever in the South African (Boer) War and was unveiled on the 16th May 1902.
It now contains plaques dedicated to those who have served in all conflicts.
|Address:||Best & Horace Streets, Sea Lake , 3533|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -35.504127|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Monument Manufacturer:||Wilson & Co (Bendigo, VIC)|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 16th May, 1902|
South African War Tribute
I . H . S
To The Memory Of Trooper John Kilby D. Squadron, Victorian Battalion Imperial Bushmen (Late Of Boigbeat)
Died Of Enteric Fever At Marrandellas, South Africa 13th October 1900 Aged 30 Years.
Erected By Patriotic Residents Of Berriwillock, Boigbeat And Sea Lake
Australia Remembers 1945 - 1995
In Honour Of The Men & Women Who Served Australia In Time Of Conflict During World War II
Lest We Forget
Men from Sea Lake and District who served in South Africa in the Boer War
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To the memory of all who served in
1950 - 1953 Active Service
1953 - 1956 Peacekeeping