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A monument commemorates those who served in the Vietnam War, peacekeeping operations, and other conflicts. Originally unveiled in 1995, it contained a white cross listing the names of those who lost their lives in Vietnam as well as a dedicated garden and lawn. On the 20th September 2003, brick walls were unveiled with mounted plaques and dedicated as Conflict Gardens. One of the plaques is dedicated to peacekeepers. 

Two brick walls with brass plaques mounted on them, either side of a white cross.  On the ground to the rear is a boulder with a brass plaque.

Note: In 2018, the Vietnam Veterans and Associates Club became the Wodonga Services Club. 


Address:2 Havelock Street (Cnr Reid Street), Wodonga Services Club, Wodonga, 3690
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -36.12239
Long: 146.891508
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 19th August, 1995
Front Inscription

[On Cross]
"Lest We Forget" 

[Plaque behind gates]
This Garden And Lawn Is
Dedicated To All
Who Served And Died.
"Tread softly as you
tread on our dreams"

19th August 1995

Left Side Inscription

Plaque :

Dedicated to those who
have served in Australia`s
non declared Wars and
September 2003

Plaque :

They, have been,
are, and always
shall, be honoured
and remembered.

Lest We Forget

Right Side Inscription

Plaque :

Australian Peacekeepers
Peacemakers Association

Since 1947 members of the Australian Defence and Police Forces have served throughout the world. This memorial plaque is dedicated to those men & women who have contributed to world peace.  We will remember those who were killed in the service of peace.
Lest We Forget

Plaque :

Opened by the
Mayor of Wodonga,
Lisa Mahood
John Wild
President V&AVC
20 September 2003

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