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World War One

This category contains the public monuments and memorials which have been erected to commemorate World War One (the Great War) from August 1914 to 1919.

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A.N.A. (Australian Natives Association) Honour Roll
 A.N.A. (Australian Natives Association) Honour Roll
Address: 203 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh RSL
City/Town: Bacchus Marsh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Honour Roll commemorates 19 members of the A.N.A. (Australian Natives Association) who enlisted in World War One.   It was unveiled by the Hon. A.R. Robertson M.L.A. on the 17th August 1918.



All Saints Anglican Soldiers Memorial Church
 All Saints Anglican Soldiers Memorial Church
Address: Hercules & Rose Streets
City/Town: Murrumbateman
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Anglican Soldiers Memorial Church


All Souls Triptych Honour Board
 All Souls Triptych Honour Board
Address: Stephen Terrace & Third Avenue, All Souls Anglican Church
City/Town: St Peters
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Souls Triptych Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War One.



Note : A triptych is a picture or relief carving on three panels, typically hinged together vertically and used as an altarpiece.



Lone Pine Memorial
 Lone Pine Memorial
Address: Frith Street, Kahibah Public School
City/Town: Kahibah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A pine tree commemorates those who served in World War One.



St Andrews Presbyterian Church Honour Roll
 St Andrews Presbyterian Church Honour Roll
Address: Merino-Coleraine Road & Church Street, Uniting Church
City/Town: Coleraine
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

St Andrews Presbyterian Church Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


St Matthias Anglican Church War Memorial
 St Matthias Anglican Church War Memorial
Address: Currawang Road, St Matthias Anglican Church
City/Town: Currawang
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An Altar Cross commemorates those who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.



World War One Memorial
 World War One Memorial
Address: Napier Street, Town Hall
City/Town: St Arnaud
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The porch of the Town Hall commemorats those who served in World War One.  Two marble World War One soldier statues occupy niches on either side of the main entrance.



Below each is a tablet bearing names of those who died or were killed in the war



"Cullenswood" Honour Roll
"Cullenswood" Honour Roll
Address: Esk Highway , Christ Church
City/Town: St Marys
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A dark wood honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



"Cullenswood" was the private property of Robert Vincent Legge, a deeply religious man who built a church where his family, along with his servants, tenants and Anglican friends could worship their God each Sabbath in comfort.



 



 



"Kookaburra" March
"Kookaburra" March
Address: Murray Street, Town Common
City/Town: Tooraweenah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates the district`s war veterans and the Kookaburra March.



A recruiting march of 23 men left Tooraweenah on 16-Jan-1916 to march to Bathurst via Mendoorah, Boomely, Cobbora and Mudee. Many of the Kookaburras were sent as reinforcements for the 45th Battalion.



"Lest We Forget" Memorial
"Lest We Forget" Memorial
Address: Quay Street, Riverbank
City/Town: Rockhampton
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Lest We Forget Memorial  commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.



 



 



"Monash" Avenue of Honour
"Monash" Avenue of Honour
Address: Beaufort Crescent
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An Avenue of Honour known as "Monash Avenue", denoted today by rows of Maple and Ash trees along Beaufort Crescent, was planted by the North Progress Association between 1916-17 in memory of those serving in the First World War



"The Last Supper"
"The Last Supper"
Address: Nelson Road, St Mark`s Chapel
City/Town: HMAS Cerberus
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A stained glass window of "The Last Supper" is a gift of H.M.A.S. Cerberus to commemorate World War One. 



10th Light Horse Memorial
10th Light Horse Memorial
Address: Fraser Avenue, Kings Park & Botanic Garden
City/Town: Kings Park
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A monument commemorates Lieutenant-Colonel T.J. Todd C.M.G., D.S.O. and Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Troopers of the the 10th Light Horse who died or were killed in World War One.



The 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment was the only light horse regiment recruited in Western Australia during the First World War.



The regiment was raised in October 1914 when it became apparent that Western Australia could provide more than a single squadron of mounted soldiers. The regiment joined the 3rd Light Horse Brigade in Egypt and served dismounted at Gallipoli. The regiment’s most famous actions were the charge at the Nek on 7 August 1915, and Hill 60 on 29-30 August. 



It was in this last action that Lieutenant V.H. “Hu” Throssell performed the valorous deeds for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross. He was the only Australian light horseman to be so decorated during the Great War. After the end of the war, elements of the regiment saw action in putting down the Egyptian uprising of 1919. They were finally disbanded in 1920.



The foundation stone for the granite obelisk was laid by the Governor, Sir Francis Newdegate in Kings Park on the 8th October 1920. The regiment served on foot in Gallipoli, was the first to enter Jerusalem and Damascus and served in the Egyptian rebellion. The regiment had lost 299 of its 3,300 men in the war , The Minister for Education, Mr Colebatch, stated that funds for the memorial came in small sums from all parts of the State.

The Brisbane Courier (Qld.), 9th October 1920.



The Memorial was unveiled by the Governor on the 13th March 1921 after which a short memorial service was conducted by the Chaplain-General , Archbishop Riley.

The West Australian (Perth), 12th March 1921.



 



11th Light Horse Regiment
11th Light Horse Regiment
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The 11th Light Horse Regiment Plaque honours those from the regiment who paid the supreme sacrifice in World War One. The plaque was unveiled by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Leslie Wilson on the 18th August 1935.

The Courier-Mail (Brisbane), 19th August 1935



The formation of the 4th Light Horse Brigade, and the 11th Light Horse Regiment as part of it, was announced on 11 February 1915. Two squadrons of the 11th Light Horse were subsequently formed in Queensland, and a third in South Australia. The regiment was united for the first time at Fraser's Paddock Camp, outside Brisbane, on 2 May 1915. It sailed from Australia in two contingents in June 1915.



13th Australian Infantry Battalion
13th Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates those who served with the 13th Australian Infantry Battalion during World War One.



The Battalion was raised in September 1914 largely from the Lower Hunter Valley in New South Wales.



13th Battalion Flag
13th Battalion Flag
Address: Church Street, Christ Church Cathedral
City/Town: Newcastle
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Flag commemorates the members of the 13th Battalion who died in service or were killed in action at Gallipoli in World War One.



This silk Union Jack was presented to the 13th Battalion Australian Imperial Forces (A.I.F.) by the Ulster Association of New South Wales. The presentation was made on 22nd October 1914, by Mrs Martin McIlrath who handed the flag to the commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel Granville J Burnage, C.B., V.D.



It was used to mark the position of Battalion Headquarters at Liverpool, New South Wales; Broadmeadows, Victoria; on H.M.A.S. Ulysses, at Gaza in Egypt, and at Gallipoli, from the landing to the evacuation.



The Easter Day naval and military parade at the Newcastle Cathedral on Sunday was of special interest from the fact that opportunity was taken to unfurl the flag of the 13th Battalion, A.IF., which has been presented to the Cathedral. The flag is the King's colours, and there have been added the colours of the 13th, Oxford and Cambridge blue. It was presented to the Battalion by the Ulster Association of New South Wales prior to the Battalion's departure in December, 1914, for the front, the presentation being made In October. On the pole of the flag there is a silver shield bearing the following inscription : "Presented by the Ulster Association of New South Wales to the 13th BattalIon, Fourth Infantry Brigade, A.l.F., Lieutenant-Colonel O. J. Burnage. V.D., On the border of the shield appears the motto "My God, my King, my Country."



Before the battalion left Egypt for Gallipoli, it was decided by the senior officers that the flag should be brought back to Australia by the senior survivor and presented to the Newcastle Cathedral; and to Colonel Burnage fell this duty.

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW), 25 April 1916.



13th Battalion Memorial Tablet
13th Battalion Memorial Tablet
Address: Church Street, Christ Church Cathedral
City/Town: Newcastle
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial tablet commemorates the 13th Battalion. The Battalion Flag also hangs in this Cathedral.



The ceremony of the unvelling and dedicating of a brass memorial to the memory of the officerrs and men of the 13th Battalion who fell on Gallipoli was performed at evensong at Newcastle Cathedral last night. The flag of the battalion already hangs in the Cathedral at the wish of the officers of the battalion before they went into action. The brass is the gift of Lieutenant-Colonel G. J. Burnage C.B., O.C., who also, at the Dean's request, performed the ceremony of unveiling the tablet.

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW), 10 July 1916.



13th Battery
13th Battery
Address: Dean Street, Monument Hill
City/Town: Albury
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in the 13th Battery, 5th Field Artillery Brigade during World War One



13th Light Horse Regiment
13th Light Horse Regiment
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 13th Light Horse Regiment.



14th Australian Light Horse Regiment
14th Australian Light Horse Regiment
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A plaque commemorates the 14th Australian Light Horse Regiment. 



The 14th Light Horse Regiment was formed in Palestine in June 1918 from members of the Australian companies of the Imperial Camel Corps (ICC). The ICC had been disbanded because camel-mounted troops, a valuable addition to the British forces in the deserts of Egypt and the Sinai, were not suitable for the conditions being encountered in Palestine.



14th Battalion
14th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 14th Battalion


14th Battalion
14th Battalion
Address: 4 Chapel Street, St George`s Uniting Church
City/Town: St Kilda East
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Regimental colours of the 14th Battalion commemorates those of the Battalion who served in World War One.



16th Battalion
16th Battalion
Address: Fraser Avenue , Kings Park & Botanic Garden
City/Town: Kings Park
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A monument commemorates the most highly decorated Australian infantry battalion of World War One. The plaque mounted on the granite pedestal records the ten major battle areas in which the 1/16th. served, from Gallipoli in 1915 to the Hindenburg Line in 1918.



The 16th Battalion Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.)  was raised at Blackboy Hill Camp, Western Australia  on the 16th September 1914, forming part of the 4th Infantry Brigade of Australia`s newly raised force for overseas service. The Battalion consisted of men from South Australia and Western Australia. The 4th Infantry Brigade became part of the Australian and New Zealand Division and carried out months of strenuous training in the Egyptian desert around Heliopolis camp.



The Battalion was landed late on 25 April at Gallipoli and reinforced the line at Pope`s Hill. It landed with a strength of about 1000 men, but by dawn on the 3rd May, after an attack on `Baby 700`, it numbered 309. The Battlion saw further action at Quinn`s Post, and in the area towards Suvla, including the unsuccessful attack on hill 971.



Three Victoria Crosses were among the 322 bravery awards made during various World War One campaigns.



16th Battalion Plaque
16th Battalion Plaque
Address: Wilson & Hannan Streets, Kalgoorlie Town Hall
City/Town: Kalgoorlie
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Wooden honour board with carved flowers and wreath and metal attachments commemorates the members of the 16th Battalion who served in World War One.



A bronze plaque of the flag of the 16th Battalion now hangs in the Kalgoorlie municipal chambers. The plaque was presented by citizens of Kalgoorlie in honour of the 16th Battalion of the A.I.F., which recruited much of its strength from the Eastern Goldflelds during the Great War.

The West Australian (Perth), 19th April 1934.



18th Battery Honour Rolls
18th Battery Honour Rolls
Address: 9 Bilton Street, Claremont RSL Club
City/Town: Claremont
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Three honour rolls commemorates those who served in the 18th Battery in World War One.  



One honour roll commemorates the period from 1915 to 1919.



Another commemorates the second  year's record of Active Service from October 18 1916 to October 17 1918, and the final roll third year's record of Active Service from October 18 1917 to October 17 1918



18th Battery, 6th Field Artillery Officers, NCO`s and Men Honour Roll
18th Battery, 6th Field Artillery Officers, NCO`s and Men Honour Roll
Address: Pall Mall , Soldiers Memorial Institute
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

18th Battery, 6th Field Artillery Officers, NCO`s and Men Honour Roll is a framed printed honour roll which was presented to the Memorial Institute by the family of the late Leslie Iser in 1998. Lieutenant Leslie Iser of Bendigo, who was with the Field Artlillery in France during World War One was wounded in battle and had his foot amputated in 1916 .



The original roll was published for the 18th Battery A.I.F. by Raphael Tuck and Sons, London [1917] and was a record of those on active service from October 18th, 1916 to October 17th 1917.



Note:



Monument Australia does not know if this is the original roll or a copy.



19th Australian Infantry Battalion
19th Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Sculpture Garden, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 19th Australian Infantry Battalion during World War One.



1st Australian Infantry Battalion
1st Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 1st Australian Infantry Battalion during World War One.



 



1st Battalion
1st Battalion
Address: Wharf Street, Memorial Walkway, Chris Cunningham Park
City/Town: Tweed Heads
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 1st Battalion of the Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.)



The 1st Battalion was the first infantry unit recruited for the AIF in New South Wales during the First World War.  Its most notable engagement at Gallipoli was the battle of Lone Pine in August. Two members of the battalion, Captain A. J. Shout and Lieutenant L.M. Keysor were awarded Victoria Crosses for their valour at Lone Pine, Captain Shout posthumously.



1st Division Signal Company
1st Division Signal Company
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 1st Division Signal Company of World War One


1st Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train
1st Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 1st Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train.



20th Berrima Guard Memento
20th Berrima Guard Memento
Address: Market Place & Bryan Street, Berrima Museum
City/Town: Berrima
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Framed memento made and presented to Captain of the Guard Captain Stoddard by German internees in 1916.  The centrepiece is a shield comprising hand-drawn colour artwork. The artwork lists the members of the 20th Berrima Guard. This is surrounded by eight black and white photographs taken in Berrima around 1916.


The disused sandstone gaol in the Southern Highlands town of Berrima, N.S.W. was reopened in 1914 as an interment camp for German internees and prisoners of war. The 400 or so residents were made up of German ship’s officers and sailors who had been in Australia at the outbreak of WW I, prisoners of war taken from the SMS Emden after its battle with the HMAS Sydney, and other Germans deported from British colonies.


The internees lived in the stone gaol cells and additional barracks, but were allowed to move about freely within a two-mile radius of the gaol during the day. The Berrima camp was closed in 1919 after the end of World War I.


22nd Battalion
22nd Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 22nd Battalion.



24th Australian Infantry Battalion
24th Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates the 24th Australian Infantry Battalion which served in World War One.



The 24th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army,raised in 1915 for service during World War One as part of the 1st Australian Imperial Force.  It was attached to the 6th Brigade, 2nd Division and served during the Gallipoli campaign and in the trenches of the Western Front in France and Belgium.



Following the end of the war the battalion was disbanded in 1919.



24th Battalion
24th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 24th Infantry Battalion of World War One.



24th Battalion Monument
24th Battalion Monument
Address: Tone Road, Cemetery
City/Town: Wangaratta
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 24th Battalion of World War One



25th Battalion
25th Battalion
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

25th Battalion Plaque is dedicated to the officers and men of the battalion who paid the supreme sacrifice during and after World War One.



In April 1934, the 25th Battalion Reunion Committee made arrangements for the memorial tablet to be placed in the Crypt in order that representation may be made for the unveiling to take place during Prince George's (The Duke of Gloucester) visit to Brisbane. The memorial tablet was unveiled by the Governor of Queensland on the 14th April 1935.

The Courier-Mail (Brisbane) 24th April 1934, 6th April 1935



The 25th Battalion was raised at Enoggera in Queensland in March 1915 as part of the 7th Brigade. Although predominantly composed of men recruited in Queensland, the battalion also included a small contingent of men from Darwin. The battalion left Australia in early July, trained in Egypt during August, and by early September was manning trenches at Gallipoli.



After further training in Egypt, the 25th Battalion proceeded to France. Landing on 19 March 1916, it was the first AIF battalion to arrive there. Now fighting as part of the 2nd Division, it took part in its first major battle at Pozières between 25 July and 7 August in the course of which it suffered 785 casualties.



 



26th Australian Infantry Battalion
26th Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fraser Avenue , Kings Park & Botanic Garden
City/Town: Kings Park
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Plaque commemorates those who served with the 26th Battalion A.I.F. during World War One. The plaque is located under a tree near the State War Memorial.



The 26th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army. Originally raised in April 1915 for service in World War One as part of the Australian Imperial Force, it was attached to the 7th Brigade. The battalion fought at Gallipoli before being sent to France where it served in the trenches of the Western Front. At the end of the war it was disbanded in May 1919.

26th Battalion
26th Battalion
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A plaque commemorates members of the 26th Battalion who died or were killed in World War One.



The 26th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army. Originally raised in April 1915 from Tasmanians and Queenslanders at Enoggera, Queensland , for service in World War One as part of the 1st Australian Imperial Force (1st AIF), it was attached to the 7th Brigade. The battalion fought at Gallipoli before being sent to France where it served in the trenches of the Western Front.



26th Battalion Plaque honours the fallen of the battalion during Word War One. The memorial tablet was unveiled by the Governor General, Lord Gowrie during a stopover in Brisbane on a cruise to Papua New Guinea in August 1937.  

The Courier-Mail (Brisbane), 6th August 1937.



2nd Australian Infantry Battalion
2nd Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates those who served in the 2nd Battalion during World War One.



The 2nd Battalion was among the first infantry units raised for the Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.) during World War One. Like the 1st, 3rd and 4th Battalions it was recruited from New South Wales and, together with these battalions, formed the 1st Brigade.



The Second Infantry Battalion was raised at Randwick Racecourse in August 1914. Lieutenant Colonel George Braund was the first officer commander and led the battalion on its arrival in Gallipoli on April 25 1915. He was shot nine days later by a sentry guard after he forgot the password. Lieutenant-Colonel Walter Scobie took over and led troops into the Battle of Lone Pine.

 



2nd Light Horse Regiment Plaque
2nd Light Horse Regiment Plaque
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

2nd Light Horse Regiment Plaque honours those who died for their country during World War One. The memorial was unveiled by the Governor of Queensland on the 17th August 1938.



In October 1936, a sum of £90 was required by the 2nd Light Horse regiment to erect a memorial tablet in the Anzac Memorial room. The trustees were confident that sum could be raised and the tablet would be erected within a few months.

The Courier-Mail (Brisbane), 10th October 1936.



The 2nd Light Horse Regiment was raised at Enoggera in Queensland on 18 August 1914. Its recruits came mainly from Queensland but some hailed from the Northern Rivers district of New South Wales. The 2nd was one of three regiments of the 1st Light Horse Brigade – the first Australian mounted formation raised by Australia during the First World War. The Regiment played a part in many of the major Battles in the Middle East during World War One.

 



 



30th Australian Infantry Battalion
30th Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates those who served with the 30th Australian Infantry Battalion during World War One.



 



31 Beaufighter Squadron
31 Beaufighter Squadron
Address: 557 Stuart Highway , Australian Aviation Heritage Museum
City/Town: Winnellie
State: NT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates those from 31 Beaufighter Squadron which was based at Coomalie Creek during World War Two. The plaque is contained on a Remembrance Wall at the Museum.



The squadron was first formed in August 1942 and was disbanded in July 1946 after seeing action against the Japanese in the South West Pacific Theatre of World War II. During the war, the squadron operated the Bristol Beaufighter, which it flew in the long-range fighter and ground attack role



31st Battalion
31st Battalion
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial Tablet commemorates the members of the 31st Battalion Australian Imperial (A.I.F.) who paid the supreme sacrifice in World War One. At the Battalion's reunion on the 11th August 1933, Colonel Toll told the gathering that the proposed memorial tablet would be ready for the unveiling by the Governor on Anzac Day 1934.

The Brisbane Courier, 12th August 1933



The 31st Battalion was raised as part of the 8th Brigade at Enogerra, on the outskirts of Brisbane, in August 1915. Some of the battalion’s companies, however, were also raised at Broadmeadows Camp in Victoria. In early October, these two elements were united at Broadmeadows, and the battalion sailed from Melbourne the following month.



The 31st Battalion fought its first major battle at Fromelles on 19 July 1916, having only entered the front-line trenches 3 days previously. The attack was a disastrous introduction to battle for the 31st - it suffered 572 casualties, over half of its strength.



32nd Infantry Battalion Memorial
32nd Infantry Battalion Memorial
Address: King William Road & Victoria Drive, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial commemorates all who served with the 32nd Infantry Battalion A.I.F during World War One.



The 32nd Battalion was raised as part of the 8th Brigade at Mitcham, on the outskirts of Adelaide, on 9 August 1915. The battalion sailed from Adelaide on 18 November 1915.



The 8th Brigade joined the newly raised 5th Australian Division in Egypt, and proceeded to France, destined for the Western Front, in June 1916. The 32nd Battalion fought its first major battle at Fromelles on 19 July 1916, having only entered the front-line trenches 3 days previously. The 32nd was resting and retraining out of the line when the war ended on 11 November 1918. On 8 March 1919, after the gradual repatriation of men to Australia, the remnants of the 32nd Battalion were merged with the 30th Battalion.



 



34th Battalion
34th Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates those who served with the 34th Battalion during World War One. 



The 34th Battalion was dubbed "Maitland’s Own" as it planned to draw the bulk of its recruits from the Maitland area in New South Wales, however a number of recruits hailed from north west of New South Wales.



The battalion suffered 481 deaths and 1727 injuries during its 22 months in service.



35th Battalion
35th Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates those who served with the 35th Battalion during World War One.



The 35th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army. Originally raised in late 1915, the bulk of the battalion’s recruits were drawn from the Newcastle region and thus it was dubbed “Newcastle’s Own”. Reflecting the demographics of the area, there were a high proportion of miners among the battalion’s original members. During World War One the battalion saw service on the Western Front in France and Belgium before being disbanded in 1919.



3rd Australian Garrison Artillery Roll of Honour
3rd Australian Garrison Artillery Roll of Honour
Address: Nobbys Road, Fort Scratchley Military Museum
City/Town: Newcastle East
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The 3rd Australian Garrison Artillery Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



3rd Division Artillery
3rd Division Artillery
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 3rd Division Artillery of World War One.



3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance
3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance of World War One


41st Australian Infantry Battalion
41st Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates those who served in the 41st Battalion A.I.F.



The 41st Battalion was raised at Bell’s Paddock Camp in Brisbane in February 1916 with recruits from Brisbane, northern Queensland and the northern rivers district of New South Wales. It formed part of the 11th Brigade of the 3rd Australian Division.



Compared to some AIF battalions, the 41st’s experience of the battles in Belgium during 1917 was relatively straightforward. It had a supporting role at Messines on 7 June, captured its objectives at Broodseinde on 4 October with little difficulty, and was spared the carnage of Passchendaele on 12 October.



The 41st participated in its last major action of the war between 29 September and 2 October 1918 as part of the Australian-American operation that breached the formidable defences of the Hindenburg Line along the St Quentin Canal. The battalion was out of the line when the war ended, and was disbanded in May 1919.



41st Battalion Roll of Honour
41st Battalion Roll of Honour
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

41st Battalion Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.



The Honour Roll was unveiled by Colonel F.C. Board, the unit's Commaning Officer who made the long journey to Brisbane for the unveiling on the 11th November 1931. After the sounding of "The Last Post", the bronze tablet was dedicated by Reverend A. A. Mills , Padre of the battalion.  A special tribute was paid to the fallen of the battalion at the conclusion of the commemoration. The Brisbane Courier, 12th November 1931.



The 41st Battalion was raised at Bell’s Paddock Camp in Brisbane in February 1916 with recruits from Brisbane, northern Queensland and the northern rivers district of New South Wales. It formed part of the 11th Brigade of the 3rd Australian Division.



After training in Australia and Britain, the 41st Battalion arrived in France on 25 November 1916. It entered the front line for the first time on Christmas Eve and spent the bleak winter of 1916-17 alternating between service in the front line, and training and labouring in the rear areas.



The 41st participated in its last major action of the war between 29 September and 2 October 1918 as part of the Australian-American operation that breached the formidable defences of the Hindenburg Line along the St Quentin Canal. The battalion was out of the line when the war ended, and was disbanded in May 1919.



42nd Battalion Memorial Tree Marker
42nd Battalion Memorial Tree Marker
Address: Morgan & West Streets, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Mount Morgan
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

42nd Battalion Memorial Tree Marker commemorates those who served.



No further information known as at June 2013.



42nd Battalion Roll of Honour
42nd Battalion Roll of Honour
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

42nd Battalion Roll of Honour honours the 544 members of the battalion who were killed in World War One.



The memorial roll of honour was unveiled by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Leslie Wilson in the Crypt on the 18th August 1935. The Courier-Mail (Brisbane), 19th August 1935.



The 42nd Battalion was raised at Enoggera, on the outskirts of Brisbane, in December 1915 and became part of the 11th Brigade of the 3rd Australian Division. Due to sharing its numeric title with the famous Scottish regiment the Black Watch, the battalion became known as the “Australian Black Watch”. This association was recognised with a bagpipe band.



43rd Infantry Battalion
43rd Infantry Battalion
Address: King William Road & Victoria Drive, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial commemorates those who served with the 43rd Infantry Battalion during World War One. The memorial was unveiled on the 95th anniversary of the Battle of Messines (7 - 14 June 1917) .



The 3rd Division was raised in Australia early in 1916. The 43rd Battalion was South Australia’s contribution to the strength of the division. Along with the 41st, 42nd, and 44th Battalions, plus support troops, it formed the 11th Brigade. The 43rd Battalion spent 1917 bogged in bloody trench warfare in Flanders. In June the battalion took part in the battle of Messines and in October the Third Battle of Ypres.



The Battle of Messines took place on the Western front of the First World War. It began on 7 June 1917 when the British Second Army under the command of General Herbert Plumer launched an offensive near the village of Mesen (Messines) in West Flanders, Belgium.



46th Battalion Monument
46th Battalion Monument
Address: Farrer Property
City/Town: Trawool
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Monument on private property commemrates the 46th Battalion of World War One


47th Battalion Memorial Tablet
47th Battalion Memorial Tablet
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The 47th Battalion Memorial Tablet commemorates those from the battalion who died or were killed in World War One. The tablet is a wall tablet of Australian marble consisting of two bronze tablets. Above the tablet, within a bronze wreath are the battalion bronze colours.



A special meeting was held in ANZAC House , Brisbane in August 1932 to decide on the successful tender for the memorial tablet. The successful tender was Messrs F Smith & Son of Ann Street Brisbane. The memorial was designed by Mr. A.F. Brooks of Brisbane. At the meeting the Committee had been informed that the Governor would unveil the memorial on the 11th August . Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton), 8th August 1932.



4th Australian Pioneer Battalion
4th Australian Pioneer Battalion
Address: 64-66 Orrong Road , Uniting Church Archives
City/Town: Elsternwick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A cross commemorates those from the 4th Australian Pioneer Battalion who served in World War One.



4th Light Horse Regiment
4th Light Horse Regiment
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 4th Light Horse Regiment of World War One


4th Light Horse Regiment
4th Light Horse Regiment
Address: 300 Waterdale Road, Repatriation Hospital, Remembrance Garden
City/Town: Heidelberg
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commeorates those who served in the 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment during World War One 


4th Light Horse Regiment Memorial
4th Light Horse Regiment Memorial
Address: Memorial Park
City/Town: Rupanyup
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 4th Light Horse Regiment of World War One.


Colonel James Lawson, formerly of Rupanyup, led A Squadron in the charge at Beersheeba on 31st October, 1917.


50th Anniversary of Gallipoli Landing
50th Anniversary of Gallipoli Landing
Address: Centenary Avenue
City/Town: Lucindale
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A Pinus Halepenis tree was planted to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Gallipoli landing during World War One.



The landing at ANZAC Cove was part of the amphibious invasion of the Gallipoli Peninsula by predominantly Australian and New Zealand forces on 25 April 1915. The landing, north of Gaba Tepe on the Aegean coast of the Peninsula, was made by soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) and was the first major combat of the war for these two countries.



The original "Lone Pine" was a sole survivor of a group of trees that had been cut down by Turkish soldiers who had used the timber and branches to cover their trenches during the battle. The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia. The resultant seedlings were found to be Turkish Pines, sometimes regarded as a subspecies of Pinus halepensis (Aleppo Pine), but usually classified as a distinct species, Pinus brutia.



50th Infantry Battalion A.I.F
50th Infantry Battalion A.I.F
Address: King William Road & Victoria Drive, Pathway of Honour
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial dedicated to those who served with the 50th Infantry Battalion A.I.F. during World War One. The 50th suffered casualties of 720 killed and 1,557 wounded during the war.

 



The 50th Infantry Battalion AIF was raised in Egypt on 26 February 1916 as part of the “doubling” of the AIF. Approximately half of its numbers were veterans from the 10th Battalion, and the other half, fresh reinforcements from Australia. Reflecting the composition of the 10th, the 50th was predominantly composed of men from South Australia. The Battalion became part of the 13th Brigade of the 4th Australian Division and was dubbed “Hurcombe’s Hungry Half Hundred”, after its first CO, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Hurcombe. After arriving in France on 11 June 1916, the 50th fought in its first major battle at Mouquet Farm between 13 and 15 August and suffered heavily. For his actions at Noreuil on 2 April 1917 Private Joergen Jensen was awarded the Victoria Cross.



On ANZAC Day 1918 the 50th participated in the now- legendary attack to dislodge the enemy from Villers-Bretonneux .



51st Battalion Memorial Cross
51st Battalion Memorial Cross
Address: Cathedral Avenue, Soldier`s Chapel , St George`s Cathedral
City/Town: Perth
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The original cross was erected on the battlefield of Villers Brettoneux, France, in 1918 and unveiled in St Anne`s Church Ryde on Armistice Day, 1934, by Brigadier General Herring in memory of the men of the 51st Battalion AIF, who made the supreme sacrifice during the counter attack at Villers Bretonneaux in 1918.



The cross was returned by the memorial authorities to Australia after World War One and was handed over to the 51st Militia Battalion at Ryde New South Wales.  In 1956, by mutual agreement between the parishioners of the church and the 51st Battalion AIF Association, the cross was transferred to St George`s Cathedral in Perth.



The cross had been erected on the battlefield by Sergeant Joe Tunnecliffe of Yanchep. Shells were roaring overhead as a memorial service was conducted by the chaplain of the 13th Brigade Padre Donald Blackwood. Because the 51st Battalion was largely a West Australian Unit, The State Executive of the RSL sought a transfer of the cross to St George`s Cathedral in Perth. In 1949, the parishioners at Ryde voted against a transfer.

The West Australian (Perth), 18th January 1950.



54th Battalion
54th Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates those who served in 54th Battalion during World War One.



The 54th Battalion was raised in Egypt on 16 February 1916 as part of the “doubling” of the Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.) Half of its recruits were Gallipoli veterans from the 2nd Battalion, and the other half, fresh reinforcements from Australia. Reflecting the composition of the 2nd, the 54th was predominantly composed of men from New South Wales. The battalion became part of the 14th Brigade of the 5th Australian Division.



57th Battalion
57th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 57th Battalion.



58th Battalion
58th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 58th Battalion of World War One.



58th Battalion Memorial
58th Battalion Memorial
Address: Pascoe Vale Road, 1 Battalion Royal Victorian Regiment
City/Town: Moonee Ponds
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

58th Battalion Memorial


59th Battalion
59th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 59th Battalion of World War One.



5th Light Horse Regiment Memorial
5th Light Horse Regiment Memorial
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square, Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The 5th Light Horse Regiment Memorial Tablet was erected in memory of the men who served and fell in World War One.



The tablet was unveiled by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Lesley Wilson on the 19th August 1936 in memory of the 148 men who had fallen in the Great War. 2500 men had passed through the ranks of the regiment which had a splendid record for gallantry since the days when it had volunteered to serve at Gallipoli as a dismounted unit. 474 pf the unit had fought at ANZAC and it was the first unit to go into action against the Turks in Palestine. Townsville Daily Bulletin, 20th August 1936.



60th Battalion
60th Battalion
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 60th Battalion of World War One.



6th Light Horse Memorial
6th Light Horse Memorial
Address: Vaux Street
City/Town: Cowra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The memorial consists of concrete walls, gates, platform and steps leading to playing fields. There are small garden beds on the platform and two metal flagpoles on east and west sides.

 


 


75th Anniversary of Gallipoli Landings
75th Anniversary of Gallipoli Landings
Address: Gate Street
City/Town: Kootingal
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A pine tree commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings in 1915 during World War One, and Arthur Hiller who was killed at Lone Pine in August 1915.



75th Anniversary of Remembrance Day
75th Anniversary of Remembrance Day
Address: Bass Highway & West Park Grove, Burnie Park
City/Town: Burnie
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The 75th anniversary of Remembrance Day monument commemorates the Unknown Australian Soldier and those who died in service or were killed in action during World War One.



Plans to honour an unknown Australian soldier were first put forward in the 1920s but it was not until 1993 that one was at last brought home. To mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the First World War, the body of an unknown Australian soldier was recovered from Adelaide Cemetery near Villers-Bretonneux in France and transported to Australia . After lying in state in King's Hall in Old Parliament House, Unknown Australian Soldier was interred in the Hall of Memory at the Memorial on 11 November 1993.



Remembrance Day (11 November) marks the anniversary of the armistice which ended the First World War (1914–18). Each year Australians observe one minute silence at 11 am on 11 November, in memory of those who died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts.



 



75th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
75th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
Address: Tuross Boulevard, Tuross Memorial Gardens
City/Town: Tuross Head
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A cairn commemorates the 75th Anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli in 1915 during World War One



75th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
75th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
Address: Fitzgerald Esplanade , Jack Fossey Park
City/Town: Innisfail
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A flagpole commemorates the 75th Anniversary of the landing in Gallipoli. The flagpole and plaque now form part of the Innisfail cenotaph.



7th Australian Infantry Battalion
7th Australian Infantry Battalion
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates the personnel who served in the 7th Australian Infantry Battalion during World War One.



 



80th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
80th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
Address: 17 Quay Street, RSL Club
City/Town: Bundaberg
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The framed ode by Kemal Ataturk commemorates the 80th Anniversary of landing at ANZAC Cove.



Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (19 May 1881 – 10 November 1938) was an Ottoman and Turkish army officer, revolutionary statesman, writer, and the first President of Turkey. He is credited with being the founder of the Republic of Turkey. His surname, Atatürk (meaning "Father of the Turks"), was granted to him (and forbidden to any other person) in 1934 by the Turkish parliament. Atatürk was a military officer during World War One



Kemal returned to Gallipoli in 1915 as commander of the 19th Division, the main reserve of the Turkish Fifth Army, and was thus on hand to oppose the ANZAC landing in April. His superb grasp of strategy and ability to inspire his troops by his reckless bravery in action boosted Turkish morale and proved decisive in thwarting allied plans.



Quote by Kemal Ataturk:-



Heroes who shed their blood and lost their lives! You are now lying in the soil of a friendly country. Therefore rest in peace. There is no difference between the Johnnies and Mehmets to us where they lie side by side here in this country of ours. You, the mothers, who sent their sons from far away countries wipe away your tears; your sons are now lying in our bosom and are in peace. After having lost their lives on this land they have become our sons as well.



84th Infantry Goldfields Regiment Roll of Honour
84th Infantry Goldfields Regiment Roll of Honour
Address: Wilson & Hannan Streets, Kalgoorlie Town Hall
City/Town: Kalgoorlie
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

84th Infantry Goldfields Regiment Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



The 84th Infantry Goldfields Regiment Roll of Honour was unveiled by the Governor-General, Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson on the 4th July 1916 in honour of the men who had left their ranks to serve with the A.I.F. There are 220 names on the roll. Kalgoorlie Miner, 5th July 1916.



90th Anniversary of Armistice
90th Anniversary of Armistice
Address: Beauchamp Road, Memorial Park
City/Town: Matraville
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 90th Anniversary of Armistice and celebrates the close bond between Australia and France



The French Community in Australia on the 28th June 2008 commemorated the contributions of Australian soldiers in France during World War One. The commemoration focused on those soldiers who had left their homes in Australia when duty called, had survived the war and returned to Australia.



A special gift of street plaques, in the style used in Paris, bearing the names of the streets with major battles in France of relevance to Australian soldiers were made by the French veterans.



90th Anniversary of the Battle of Gaza - Beersheba
90th Anniversary of the Battle of Gaza - Beersheba
Address: Valley View Drive, Memorial Park
City/Town: McLaren Vale
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A memorial commemorates the 90th Anniversary of the Battle of Gaza - Beersheba that occured in Palestine in October 1917 in World War One.



The Battle of Beersheba was fought on 31 October 1917, when the Egyptian Expeditionary Force (EEF) attacked and captured the Yildirim Army Group garrison at Beersheba, beginning the Southern Palestine Offensive of the Sinai and Palestine campaign of World War One. After successful limited attacks in the morning, by infantry from the 60th (London) and the 74th (Yeomanry) Divisions of the XX Corps from the south-west, the Anzac Mounted Division  (Desert Mounted Corps) launched a series of attacks. Shortly afterwards, a mounted infantry charge by the Australian Mounted Division's 4th and 12th Light Horse Regiments (4th Light Horse Brigade) with bayonets in their hands, their only weapon for mounted attack, as their rifles were slung across their backs. While part of the two regiments dismounted to attack entrenchments on Tel es Saba defending Beersheba, the remainder of the light horsemen continued their charge into the town, capturing the place and part of the garrison as it was withdrawing.



90th Anniversary of the Battle of Sari Bair
90th Anniversary of the Battle of Sari Bair
Address: Fraser Avenue, Kings Park & Botanic Garden
City/Town: Kings Park
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
An Aleppo pine commemorates the 90th Anniversary of the Battle of Sari Bair at Gallipoli in 1915 during World War One.

90th Anniversary of the End of World War One
90th Anniversary of the End of World War One
Address: Echunga & Mosel Roads, Echunga Garden of Remembrance
City/Town: Echunga
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A Flagpole commemorates the 90th Anniversary of the end of World War One.



90th Anniversary of the end of World War One
90th Anniversary of the end of World War One
Address: Station Street, Caulfield Racecourse
City/Town: Caulfield East
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 90th anniversary of the end of World War One



90th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
90th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
Address: York Street, War Memorial Park
City/Town: Augusta
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the 90th anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing.



 



90th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
90th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing
Address: Sunraysia Highway & Hoban Street
City/Town: Watchem
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
A pine tree commemorates the 90th anniversary of the landings at Gallipoli in 1915 during World War One.

9th Battalion Memorial
9th Battalion Memorial
Address: Adelaide Street, ANZAC Square Crypt
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A memorial commissioned by the 9th Battalion (AIF) Association was mounted in the Crypt and unveiled by the Governor-General Lord Gowrie on 18 August 1937. Commemorating the battalion's 45 officers and 1048 other ranks who lost their lives in the war, it was undertaken by former Brisbane sculptor W Leslie Bowles at a cost of 500 pounds ($1000). Bowles was noted for his memorial work, having been head sculptor at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra during the years 1924-31.



In his speech at the unveiling, Lord Gowrie said " We arm so that we may be in a position to use our influence in the cause of peace, for it is obvious to us all that the peace of the world and the future of civilisation depends more than ever on the strength and unity of the British Empire". Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton), 19th August 1937.



A. I. F. Memorial Avenue
A. I. F. Memorial Avenue
Address: Daly`s Road, Woodvale Hall
City/Town: Woodvale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.) Memorial Avenue commemorates seven men who died or were killed in World War One. Funds were received in 2013 to install a plaque on the memorial avenue commemorating the soldiers who died.



One of the "Rising Suns" was found on the eBay auction site, and another one was donated to the Woodvale Hall Committee.  These are the original "Rising Suns" that were located at the school.   There was originally three of them, but the third one has not been found.



 



A.O.F Friendly Society Roll of Honour
A.O.F Friendly Society Roll of Honour
Address: Irvine Street, Combined Services Clubrooms
City/Town: Jamestown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The A.O.F Friendly Society Roll of Honour is a framed handrawn roll of members of the society who enlisted in World War One.



A.O.F. Court St Arnaud No 7668 Honour Roll
A.O.F. Court St Arnaud No 7668 Honour Roll
Address: McMahon & Raglan Streets, Liberty Hall
City/Town: St Arnaud
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Monument characteristics :



A polished wooden board



Aberdare Cemetery Memorial Gates
Aberdare Cemetery Memorial Gates
Address: Cessnock Road, Aberdare Cemetery
City/Town: Aberdare
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The gates to the Gordon Williams Memorial Lawn Cemetery commemorate those who died or were killed in World War One.



Aberdeen Honour Roll
Aberdeen Honour Roll
Address: 23 Moray Street, RSL Club
City/Town: Aberdeen
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Aberfeldie Bowls Club Honour Roll
Aberfeldie Bowls Club Honour Roll
Address: 13 Scott Street, Aberfeldie Bowls Club
City/Town: Essendon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Aberfeldie Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



Aberglasslyn Public School & District Honour Roll
Aberglasslyn Public School & District Honour Roll
Address: 3 Bulwer Street, Maitland RSL
City/Town: Maitland
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Aberglasslyn Public School & District Honour Roll


Adaminaby District Honour Roll
Adaminaby District Honour Roll
Address: York and Denison Streets, Adaminaby Memorial Hall
City/Town: Adaminaby
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Adamstown Methodist Church Honour Roll
Adamstown Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: 228 Brunker Road, Adamstown Uniting Church
City/Town: Adamstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
The Adamstown Methodist Church Honour Roll commemorates those connected with the church who enlisted in World War One.

The Adamstown Methodist Church honour roll was unveiled in the church on Wednesday evening by Mrs. James Davies, in the presence of a large gathering. The movement to procure an honour roll was initiated by the Methodist Girls Guild, of which Mrs. J. J. Boyd is president, and Miss Sarah Reid secretary. Others connected with the church warmly co-operated, with the result that the requisite funds were speedily subscribed. The roll bears the names of young men who were connected with the church, and those who had passed through the Sunday school. Amongst the names on the roll is the Rev C. J. McAulay, who was superintendent of Adamstown Methodist Circuit when he enlisted, Lieutenant A. McMaster, local preacher, and Private E. F.Barrett, secretary of the Sunday school. The church was decorated with the flags of the Allies.



Of the 82 men connected with the church who enlisted, G. C. Wilson gained the D.C.M. for distinguished service at the front, and E. S. Northey was awarded the Military Medal. But eleven of the men paid the extreme penalty.

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW), 22 June 1917.



Adamstown R.S.L. Memorial Hall
Adamstown R.S.L. Memorial Hall
Address: 278 Brunker Road, next to RSL Club
City/Town: Adamstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The former Adamstown R.S.L. Memorial Hall was built by the returned servcieman's association for veterans of the First World War and opened in 1942. 



The foundation stones of the Memorial Hall were laid in 1928; the building itself was constructed in 1942. The building was sold in 2004 and converted into a veterinary surgery, which opened in 2007. The site is now under a proposal for redevelopment.



 



Adamstown War Memorial
Adamstown War Memorial
Address: 282 Brunker Road, RSL Club
City/Town: Adamstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Adamstown War Memorial commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in conflicts in which Australia has been involved. The memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One. It was rededicated in 1960 and then in 1987 to commemorate other conflicts and 50 years of community service by the Adamstown R.S.L.



The memorial erected in honour of the soldiers who left Adamstown was unveiled on Saturday afternoon by Mrs. D. McMaster, in the presence of a large and representatlve gathering.



The Mayor said he was pleased to be present to assist in the unveiliing ceremony. They were that day remembering the men who went away and fought for King and country. The Adamstown public had nobly subscribed to two other monuments in erecting cottages for maimed soldiers. He appealed to the citizens to protect the stone (unfortunately vandalism had commenced), which was erected to the honour of brave and true men. The committee appreciated the extra work placed in and around the memorial by Mr. C. Davis.



In asking Mrs. D. McMaster to unveil the monument, the Mayor said that Mrs. McMaster, along with her husband, had been active members of the committee from the inception. She gave three sons to the Empire, one paying the extreme sacrifice. Mrs McMaster thanked the committee for the honour conferred. The climax to their work was the unveiling of that beautiful monument. Mr.T. Robin, in proposing a vote of thamks to the committee, said this was a day of reverence inasmuch as of the 235 names of men recorded on the stone 33 paid the supreme sacrifice.

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW), 19 December 1921.



 



 



 



 



 



Adelaide Corporation Honour Roll
Adelaide Corporation Honour Roll
Address: 128 King William Street, Adelaide Town Hall Foyer
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour roll commemorates employees of the Adelaide Corporation who served in World War One.



A war roll of honour in connection with the Adelaide City Corporation and which contained the names of 25 men who had enlisted was unveiled in the vestibule of the Town Hall on the 18th February 1918 by the Mayor, Mr C.R. J.Glover.

The Register (Adelaide), 19th February 1918.



Adelaide Electric Supply Company Honour Roll
Adelaide Electric Supply Company Honour Roll
Address: 31-33 Broughton Avenue, Sir Thomas Playford ETSA Museum
City/Town: Kurralta Park
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
The Adelaide Electric Supply Company Honour Roll commemorates employees who enlisted in World War One.

Adelaide University Cloisters Memorial
Adelaide University Cloisters Memorial
Address: Victoria Drive, Adelaide University, Northern entrance
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial to 470 members of the University who served overseas in World War One of whom 64 gave their lives.



Monument characteristics :



Monument has a cloisters with two bronze plaques are affixed to angled faces at the top of a polished wooden stand at the eastern end



Adjungbilly Tomorroma Honour Roll
Adjungbilly Tomorroma Honour Roll
Address: Adjungbilly Road, Abjungbilly Community Hall
City/Town: Adjungbilly
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Adjungbilly Tomorroma Honour Roll


AE2 Submarine
AE2 Submarine
Address: RAN Heritage Centre
City/Town: Garden Island
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates H.M.A.S. AE2 submarine which penetrated the Dardenelles Strait during the troop landings at ANZAC Cove in April 1915.


HMAS AE2 was the first Allied submarine to penetrate the Dardanelles in 1915 as part of the Gallipoli Campaign, on the very morning the ANZAC soldiers landed at Anzac Cove. After five hectic days "running amok", she finally fell to Turkish gunfire and was scuttled. Her crew was captured and spent the rest of the war as Turkish POWs. AE2 lay, unseen, until in 1998 she was discovered, intact, in 73m of water in the Sea of Marmara.


AE2 Submarine
AE2 Submarine
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the Australian submarine AE2 which forced the Dardenelles at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, and was sunk in the Sea of Marmora on 30 April 1915.



AE2 Submarine
AE2 Submarine
Address: Slip Street, Western Australia Maritime Museum
City/Town: Fremantle
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A plaque commemorates the Royal Australian Navy submarine, AE2 which left Fremantle to travel to the conflict in the Mediterranean Sea during World War One.



At the start of World War One, the AE2 was sent to German New Guinea with the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force and spent time patrolling around Fiji.



With no need for submarines in the Pacific or Indian theatres, AE2 was towed to the Mediterranean, and arrived off Egypt in early 1915, and was assigned to campaign in the Dardanelles.   It was the first submarine to successfully penetrate the waterway and entered the Sea of Marmara.   She operated for five days before mechanical faults forced her to the surface, where she was damaged by the Turkish torpedo boat  Sultanhisar.



The AE2 was scuttled and all of the crew was captured.   The AE2 was the only Royal Australian Navy vessel lost to enemy action during World War One.



 



Agricultural High School Honour Roll # 1
Agricultural High School Honour Roll # 1
Address: Grafton Road, Warrnambool College
City/Town: Warrnambool
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Agricultural High School Honour Roll # 1


 


Agricultural High School Honour Roll # 2
Agricultural High School Honour Roll # 2
Address: Grafton Road, Warrnambool College
City/Town: Warrnambool
State: ViC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Agricultural High School Honour Roll # 2


 


Albany & Districts Roll of Honour
Albany & Districts Roll of Honour
Address: Forts Road, Visitors Centre, Princess Royal Fortress
City/Town: Albany
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Albany and Districts Roll of Honour honours 599 men from the district who served in World War One.



No further information known July 2013



Albert Park Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Albert Park Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Address: 4 Swan Street, Swan Street Uniting Church
City/Town: North Hobart
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 19 names.

 



Albert Street Methodist Church Honour Board
Albert Street Methodist Church Honour Board
Address: Ann & Albert Street, Albert Street Uniting Church
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the men and nurses from the church who served in World War One.



 



Albert Street State School War Memorial
Albert Street State School War Memorial
Address: Albert & Zante Streets
City/Town: Maryborough
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Albert Street State School War Memorial honours past pupils of the school who died in World War One. The memorial was unveiled by the Mayor of Maryborough, Alderman George Hollnut in December 1917.

The Brisbane Courier, 29th December 1917.

 



 



Alberton State School Honour Roll
Alberton State School Honour Roll
Address: Thomson Street, Alberton Primary School
City/Town: Alberton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One


Albion Park Roll of Honour
Albion Park Roll of Honour
Address: 108 Tongarra Road, Centenary Hall
City/Town: Albion Park
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Albionville Roll of Honour
Albionville Roll of Honour
Address: 37 Milden Street, Gin Gin RSL
City/Town: Gin Gin
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Albionville Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.

 



No further information known as at June 2013



Albuera Street Primary School Roll of Honour
Albuera Street Primary School Roll of Honour
Address: Albuera Street Primary School
City/Town: Battery Point
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Albuera Street Primary School Roll of Honour which consists of two boards lists 188 old scholars who served in World War One



Albury & District War Memorial
Albury & District War Memorial
Address: Dean Street, Monument Hill
City/Town: Albury
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

This monument was erected by the citizens of Albury to commemorate those who died in World War One.  



In 1915 visiting Town Planner Charles Reade proposed plans to erect a monument on the western hill to memorialise soldiers fallen in combat. The focus of the end of Dean Street was seen as a positive example of good town planning at the time.



During the 1920`s architect Louis Harrison submitted a design for approval - a simpler version being the one eventually built in 1925 by Albury contractor T H Bartleson. The foundation stone was laid in November 1924 as part of the Hume and Hovell centenary celebrations. The cost of the memorial exceeded  ₤2000.    



Albury Methodist Circuit Honour Roll
Albury Methodist Circuit Honour Roll
Address: Olive & Wilson Streets, St David
City/Town: Albury
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A plaque commemorates those who served in World War One



Alectown Roll of Honour
Alectown Roll of Honour
Address: Newell Highway, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Alectown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Monument characteristics :



A white marble honour roll with gold lettering.  



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Inkerman Street
City/Town: Maryborough
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Lone Pine was the name given to a solitary Aleppo Pine tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915 during World War One and it was the sole survivor of a group of trees that had been cut down by Turkish soldiers who had used the timber and branches to cover their trenches.


The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia. Private Thomas Keith McDowell, a soldier of the 23rd battalion brought a pine cone from the battle site back to Australia, and many years later seeds from the cone were planted by his wife's aunt Emma Gray of Grassmere, near Warrnambool, Victoria and five seedlings emerged, with four surviving. These seedlings were planted in four different locations in Victoria: Wattle Park (May 8, 1933), the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne (June 11, 1933), the Soldiers Memorial Hall at The Sisters near Terang (June 18, 1933) and Warrnambool Botanic Gardens (January 23, 1934).


Another soldier, Lance Corporal Benjamin Smith from the 3rd Battalion, also retrieved a cone and sent it back to his mother (Mrs McMullen) in Australia, who had lost another son at the battle. Seeds from the cone were planted by Mrs McMullen in 1928, from which two seedlings were raised. One was presented to her home town of Inverell (New South Wales) and the other was forwarded to Canberra where it was planted by Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester at the Australian War Memorial in October 1934.


Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia. 


Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Brolga Place, John McInnes Square
City/Town: Coleambally
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Descendant of the original Lone Pine of Gallipoli.



The Battle of Lone Pine  was a battle between Australian and Turkish forces that took place during the Gallipoli campaign from 6–10 August 1915. It was part of a diversion to draw attention from the main assaults of 6 August against the Sari Bair peaks of Chunuk Bair and Hill 971, which became known as the August Offensive.



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: McDonalds Road, Epping Secondary College
City/Town: Epping
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Presented by Legacy, the pine is a descendant of the original Lone Pine of Gallipoli.


The Gallipoli “Lone Pine” has become a piece of living history in Australia. Every Australian soldier who served at Gallipoli knew Plateau 400 or “Lone Pine” which was the scene of some of the fiercest hand-to-hand combat by Australians in World War I.


The Plateau was distinguished by a solitary pine which bore silent witness to the heroism and tenacity of Australians who fought there. Lone Pine was a heavily fortified Turkish trench position, identified by a solitary Pinus Halepensis species Brutia commonly known as an “Aleppo Pine”.


Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Bega Street, Behind War Memorial
City/Town: Tathra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Aleppo Pine planted in the Jubilee Year 1965 in memory of departed comrades.


In the Anzac Section of Gallipoli in 1915, there was a solitary stunted pine growing on a

scrubby plateau. The tree was of a species indigenous to the Mediterranean known

botanically as PINUS BRUTIA: but more popularly called Aleppo Pine. But this particular

lone specimen was conspicuous and served to provide a name for the plateau, which thus

became known as Lone Pine.


Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Wrights Road, Wrights Road Reserve
City/Town: Kellyville
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Allepo (Lone) Pine planted as a memorial to the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought at Gallipoli during World War One.



The original "Lone Pine" was a sole survivor of a group of trees that had been cut down by Turkish soldiers who had used the timber and branches to cover their trenches during the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915. The tree was obliterated during the battle; however, pine cones that had remained attached to the cut branches over the trenches were retrieved by two Australian soldiers and brought home to Australia.



Both Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have raised and grown seedlings over a number of years, sourced from the tree at the Shrine of Remembrance and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Calle Calle Street, War Memorial, RSL Park
City/Town: Eden
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Aleppo Pine, descendant of the Aleppo Pine at Gallipoli planted in memory of those who served in World War One.



The Lone Pine was a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915. Pines which are planted as a memorial to the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought in Gallipoli are also known as "Lone Pines" or "Gallipoli Pines", referencing the original tree.



Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Eastern Park Circuit, Eastern Park
City/Town: East Geelong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Aleppo Pine planted in memory of the fallen of World War One.

The Lone Pine was a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915. Pines which are planted as a memorial to the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought in Gallipoli are also known as "Lone Pines" or "Gallipoli Pines", referencing the original tree.



Melbourne Legacy and the Yarralumla Nursery in Canberra have grown seedlings sourced from the trees at the Shrine of Remembrance and the Australian War Memorial respectively, which they have presented to schools as well as ex-service and other organisations throughout Australia.



Aleppo Pine
Aleppo Pine
Address: Bolaro Street, near War Memorial
City/Town: Dunedoo
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Aleppo Pine planted in remembrance of those who lost their lives in World War One.

Alexandra Honour Roll
Alexandra Honour Roll
Address: 55 Grant Street, Alexandra Shire Hall
City/Town: Alexandra
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.  It was unveiled by the Governor Lord Stradbroke on the 3rd March 1924.  



Alexandra Soldiers Memorial
Alexandra Soldiers Memorial
Address: Paynes Avenue, Leckie Park
City/Town: Alexandra
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who died or were killed in World War One.  The monument was unveiled by the Governor, Lord Stradbroke, on the 3rd March 1924. It was originally erected in Grant Street but was moved to Leckie Park in 1954 to combine with the Second World War Memorial. 



Monument characteristics :



The monument consists of a statue of a World War One soldier with arms reversed, left foot forward, on a bluestone pedestal on a circular concrete base. The statue and plaques on the memorial are painted in a copper metallic paint



Alford Primary School Honour Roll
Alford Primary School Honour Roll
Address: Port Broughton-Kadina Road, Alford Primary School
City/Town: Alford
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Alford Primary School Honour Roll is dedicated to the old boys of the school who served in the great war.



A very successful function in connection with the unveiling of the Roll of Honour took place at the public school, Alford on Wednesday, July 16th, when there was a large assembly of people and children. Mr George Heath unveiled the Roll of Honour after which the children sang "The Song of Australia. "

The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA), 23rd July 1919.



Note: The school was closed in 2004.



Alford War Memorial
Alford War Memorial
Address: Port Broughton-Kadina Road, Memorial park
City/Town: Alford
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Alford War Memorial was erected in memory of those who served in World War One.



There was an excellent gathering estimated at over 500 people, at Alford on Wednesday, August 31, on the occasion of the unveiling of the local Soldiers' Memorial. The monument stands in an enclosed plantation, and has a base of red granite upon which rests an obelisk that is surmounted by the marble figure of an Anzac. The whole is impressive, and a credit to the local committee and its genial chairman (Mr Geo.Heath) and secretary (Mr A. Pfeiffer). The cost of the monument is over £300, of which £200 had been raised prior to the unveiling.

The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA), 7th September 1921.



Alfredton Old SFS Honour Roll
Alfredton Old SFS Honour Roll
Address: Cuthberts Road, Alfredton Primary School
City/Town: Alfredton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 The Alfredton Old SFS Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One. 


All Hallows War Memorial
All Hallows War Memorial
Address: 547 Ann Street, All Hallows School
City/Town: Fortitude Valley
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The All Hallows Anzac Memorial is a soldier statue which commemorates those who served in World War One.



All Saint`s Church Memorial Pipe Organ
All Saint`s Church Memorial Pipe Organ
Address: River Street, All Saint`s Church
City/Town: Tumut
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A pipe organ contains an honour board dedicated to the World War One soldiers of the church.  



All Saints Anglican Church Honour Roll
All Saints Anglican Church Honour Roll
Address: Blanche & Milne Terraces, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Moonta
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The All Saints Anglican Church Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



All Saints Anglican Church Memorial Font
All Saints Anglican Church Memorial Font
Address: Church Street, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Briagolong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Tablet and font in memory of those of the congregation who fell in the Great War . The font was dedciated and unveiled on the 7th December 1919 by the Reverend A.E.Adeney. 


All Saints Anglican Church Memorial Tablet
All Saints Anglican Church Memorial Tablet
Address: 111 Queen Street, Anglican Church
City/Town: Marburg
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Anglican Church Memorial Tablet was erected in memory of those from the parish who enlisted in World War One.



The Honour Roll tablet was unveiled on the 19th April 1915 with a tablet commemorating the consecration of the church. The tablets were unveiled by the Church Wardens, Messrs C Poulsen and W.C.Raabe.  

Queensland Times (Ipswich), 21st April 1915.



All Saints Anglican Church Memorial Windows
All Saints Anglican Church Memorial Windows
Address: Blanche & Milne Terraces, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Moonta
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Three stain glass windows commemorate the soldiers from Moonta who fell in the Great War 1914-1918. The left window depicts St Oswald holding a cross above a dedication ribband, the centre window depicts Christ on the cross, at the base is a glass dedication plaque and the right window depicts St George holding an inverted sword and shield above a dedication ribband.

 



All Saints Honour Roll
All Saints Honour Roll
Address: Noble Street, All Saints Church
City/Town: Newtown
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the 131 parishioners who enlisted during World War One.  28 died in service.



All Saints Honour Roll
All Saints Honour Roll
Address: 253 Tongarra Road, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Albion Park
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 All Saints Honour Roll


All Saints Hunters Hill War Memorial
All Saints Hunters Hill War Memorial
Address: Ferry Road & Ambrose Street, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Hunters Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Hunters Hill War Memorial is a Celtic cross made of polished granite from the Gib at Bowral mounted on three cement steps and surrounded by a garden of rosemary ... symbolic of remembrance. Total height is approximately four and a half metres. The names of sixteen men of the parish are recorded on the face of the monument, the units in which they served and where they died. Three of the men died at Gallipoli.


All Saints Memorial Cross
All Saints Memorial Cross
Address: 89 Main Road, All Saints Church
City/Town: Exeter
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Memorial Cross commemorates those who served in World War One.



All Saints Parish Roll of Honour
All Saints Parish Roll of Honour
Address: Daintree & Capricorn Streets
City/Town: Clermont
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Parish Roll of Honour lists those from the parish who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



All Saints Roll of Honour
All Saints Roll of Honour
Address: Burgess & Morrison Streets, Bicheno Community Church
City/Town: Bicheno
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 14 names.



No further information known as at November 2013



All Saints Roll of Honour
All Saints Roll of Honour
Address: 18A Carr Street, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Gladstone
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Roll of Honour commemorates the parishioners who served in World War One.  It lists 33 names.



It is not known if this honour roll is still in this church, as the church has now been listed for sale.



All Saints Roll of Honour
All Saints Roll of Honour
Address: 339 Macquarie Street, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: South Hobart
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Roll of Honour commemorates 29 soldiers who served in World War One.



Monument characteristics :



An honour roll carved in relief on the front of the altar of the church.



All Saints Roll of Honour
All Saints Roll of Honour
Address: Noyes & Wellington Streets, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Swansea
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 52 names.



Note The church is a co-operating parish holding Anglican and Uniting Church Services on alternate weeks.



All Saints Soldiers Memorial Anglican Church Honour Roll
All Saints Soldiers Memorial Anglican Church Honour Roll
Address: 8 Hercules Street, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Murrumbateman
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One

 



All Saints War Memorial
All Saints War Memorial
Address: 89 Main Road, All Saints Church
City/Town: Exeter
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial tablet commemorates those from the church who were killed in World War One. The memorial tablet was erected in place of memorial trees which had to be removed.



All Saints War Memorial
All Saints War Memorial
Address: Venn Street West & Mungalup Road, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Collie
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Sanctuary lamp on a brass stand donated to the church in memory of those who died at Gallipoli, in Egypt, France and Palestine in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013



 



All Saints War Memorial Church
All Saints War Memorial Church
Address: Daintree & Capricorn Streets
City/Town: Clermont
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

All Saints War Memorial Church was erected in memory of the men who died and those who served in the Great War.



In 1917, the Reverend W.T. Hand and the Anglican congregation conceived of an idea of a Memorial Church in memory of those who had served in World War One. After the disastrous flood of 1916, the town was rebuilt and a new site for the church was required and efforts were made to collect donations for a permanent memorial. In 1934, plans for a new church were submitted and on May 9th 1935 the foundations for the new church were completed and blessed "To the Glory of God and In Remembrance of His Mercies 1914-1918" by Fortescue, Bishop of Rockhampton in front of a large gathering. The first service was held in the new church on the 12th March 1936. The church was dedicated by Fortescue, Bishop of Rockhampton on the 5th June 1938. The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton), 16th June 1938.



All Saints War Memorial Hall
All Saints War Memorial Hall
Address: 21 Elizabeth Street , All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: North Parramatta
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The All Saints War Memorial Hall was built by Parishioners in 1926.


All Saints War Memorial Lych Gate
All Saints War Memorial Lych Gate
Address: Berry & Plunkett Streets, All Saints Anglican Church
City/Town: Nowra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A lych gate commemorates members of the All Saints Parish who died or were killed in World War One



All Souls Anglican Church
All Souls Anglican Church
Address: Four Mile Road
City/Town: Victoria Plantation
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The All Souls Church was built in 1922 on land donated by the then Colonial Sugar Refining Company (C.S.R)  manager  in memory the eleven residents of Victoria Estate who gave their lives during World War One.



All Souls Church Roll of Honour
All Souls Church Roll of Honour
Address: Norton & Marion Streets, All Souls Anglican Church
City/Town: Leichhardt
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Allendale Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Allendale Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Address: 70 Albert Street, Creswick Museum
City/Town: Creswick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Allendale Fire Brigade Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Allendale State School Honour Board
Allendale State School Honour Board
Address: 60 Albert Street, Creswick RSL
City/Town: Creswick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates students who served in World War One.



The Allendale State School was in Parkin Street, Allendale.  The building still exists but it is a private residence.



Monument characteristics :



A wooden honour roll with gold lettering



Allora Presbyterian Parish Honour Roll
Allora Presbyterian Parish Honour Roll
Address: 46 Warwick Street, St Andrew`s Church
City/Town: Allora
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Allora Presbyterian Parish Honour Roll honours the boys from the parish who enlisted in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Allora Shire Soldiers Memorial
Allora Shire Soldiers Memorial
Address: Warwick Street, Allora Memorial Park
City/Town: Allora
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The memorial commemorats those who served in World War One.



The Allora Shire Soldiers Memorial was erected by public subscription at a cost of £310.  The memorial was unveiled on the 11th November 1921 by General J.C. Robertson. General Robertson then asked the mothers of the fallen to unveil the memorial. Amid an impressive silence the mothers pulled a ribbon and the draping flags fell to the ground.

The Brisbane Courier, 15th November 1921.



Alma Plains Roll of Honour
Alma Plains Roll of Honour
Address: Railway Terrace, Owen Institute
City/Town: Owen
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Alma Plains commemorates those from the district who served in World War One.



Aloomba School Roll of Honour
Aloomba School Roll of Honour
Address: Nielsen Street, Aloomba Primary School
City/Town: Aloomba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Aloomba School Roll of Honour honours those from the school who served in World War One.



The Honour Roll was unveiled at the school on the 25th September 1920 after which a grand social and dance was held in the Aloomba Hall. Cairns Post, 23rd September 1920.



Alpha District Honour Roll
Alpha District Honour Roll
Address: Tennyson Street, Town Hall
City/Town: Alpha
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Alpha District Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One. The roll originally was located at the Alpha Railway Station.



A handsome honour board which is to be placed in the railway station shortly has been completed to the order of the residents of that town and district. The board contains 110 names of soldiers of whom 10 have been killed, one has died, seven are wounded and three are invalided home.

The Brisbane Courier, 19th November 1917.


 



Alphington Methodist Church Honour Roll
Alphington Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: Duncan & Gillies Streets, St Andrews Uniting Church
City/Town: Fairfield
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The  Alphington Methodist Church Honour Roll contains the names of 16 members of the Church and Sunday School who enlisted in World War 1. The roll was unveiled by Councillor T. Trevena in August 1915. The Argus, 6th August 1915.



Alpini Memorial
Alpini Memorial
Address: Palm Terrace, Ingham Botanical Gardens
City/Town: Ingham
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The new Alpini memorial commemorates the efforts of the Italian Alpini Corps who served alongside British and American forces and withstood attacks from German and Austrian troops during World War One. The soaring eagle is the original emblem of the Alpini Corps and is from the original memorial.  



The monument is also a tribute to the Alpini soldiers who immigrated to the Ingham district after World War Two and incorporates a remembrance wall which is a historical record of Italian family names in the region. 



The original Alpini Memorial and Immigration Settlers Wall stood in the grounds of the former International Club in Ingham and was unveiled on the 24th January 1987.



The Alpini are the elite mountain warfare soldiers of the Italian Army. Formed in 1872, they are the oldest active mountain infantry in the world. Their original mission was to protect Italy's northern mountain border with France and Austria. They distinguished themselves during World War I when they fought a three-year-long campaign in the Alps against Austro-Hungarian Kaiserjäger and the German Alpenkorps in what has since become known as the "War in snow and ice".



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Althelstone Hall Honour Roll
Althelstone Hall Honour Roll
Address: 1 Maryvale Road, Corner Gorge Road
City/Town: Athelstone
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The porch entry to the Althelstone Hall was erected in memory of those who served in World War One. The porch contains two marble plaques which contain the names of those who enlisted.



 



 



Altona Memorial Drinking Fountain
Altona Memorial Drinking Fountain
Address: Esplanade , near Pier Street
City/Town: Altona
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Altona Memorial Drinking Fountain was presented to the citizens of Altona by the Ex-Service Men and Women's club to commemorate those who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.



 



Alvie Consolidated School Memorial Tablets
Alvie Consolidated School Memorial Tablets
Address: Wool Wool Road, Alvie Consolidated School
City/Town: Alvie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Alvie Consolidated School Memorial Tablets consist of five stone tablets dedicated to six local men killed in the Second World War.


Alvie Presbyterian Church Honour Roll
Alvie Presbyterian Church Honour Roll
Address: 1140 Corangamite Lake Road, Alvie Public Hall
City/Town: Alvie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Alvie Presbyterian Church Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Alvie War Memorial
Alvie War Memorial
Address: Coragulac Hill Road, Red Rock Reserve
City/Town: Alvie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Alvie War Memorial was built by the Alvie District War Memorial Committee and unveiled by General Birdwood in March 1920.


The Gaylord Brothers carted the stone to the top of the Red Rock using horse-drawn sledges.


Amherst Honour Roll
Amherst Honour Roll
Address: Ballarat & Heales Streets, A.N.A. Hall
City/Town: Talbot
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Amherst State School Honour Roll
Amherst State School Honour Roll
Address: Ballarat & Heales Streets, A.N.A. Hall
City/Town: Talbot
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the students of the Amherst State School who served in World War One



Amiens Memorial School of Arts & Hall
Amiens Memorial School of Arts & Hall
Address: Amiens Road
City/Town: Amiens
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Amiens Memorial School of Arts & Hall was erected in memory of those who served in World War One.



The School of Arts and Hall was officially opened on the 26th June 1926 by Major Costello, the member for Carnarvon. Major Costello said the money subscribed for the erection of the hall came from the people of Queensland for the purpose of providing for the settlers on soldier settlements.



Anglican Church Honour Roll
Anglican Church Honour Roll
Address: Wilson Street, Anglican Church
City/Town: Gunbower
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Gunbower Anglican Church Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



Anglican Church Honour Roll
Anglican Church Honour Roll
Address: Church & Rossi Streets, St Clement`s Anglican Church
City/Town: Yass
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates the men of the parish who served in World War One.



On Sunday afternoon, March 6, in the presence of a crowded church, the honour roll in St. Clement's Church, Yass, was unveiled by General Sir Granville Ryrie. It was dedicated to the Rev. H. T. Holliday, the father of the Rector. The roll contains 185 names, 28 of which are of men who gave their lives. The work was executed locally, and is of freestone and brass, the design of the Rector, the Rev. M. Holliday, Th.L.

Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW), 19 March 1921.



Anglican Church Honour Roll
Anglican Church Honour Roll
Address: Lochiel & Church Streets, St Peter`s Anglican Church
City/Town: Dimboola
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance
Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance
Address: Elizabeth Street, Riverstone Anglican Church
City/Town: Riverstone
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Anglican Church Wall of Remembrance


Anglican Church World War One Memorial
Anglican Church World War One Memorial
Address: 8 Church Street, Yackandandah Uniting Church
City/Town: Yackandandah
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A window commemorates those who served in World War One .



Angus and Robertson Honour Roll
Angus and Robertson Honour Roll
Address: 379 Collins Street
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War Two


Anlaby Employees Honour Board
Anlaby Employees Honour Board
Address: Kapunda Street & Clare Road, Kapunda War Memorial building
City/Town: Kapunda
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Honour board commemorates Anlaby Employees who served in World War One.



No further information known as at September 2013



Annandale Honour Board
Annandale Honour Board
Address: 79 Johnston Street, Annandale Neighborhood Centre
City/Town: Annandale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Three large polished wooden boards attached to the wall at the top of the staircase in the old Annandale Council Chambers, now the Annandale Neighbourhood Centre. Veterans' names are printed in gilt.



 



Annandale North Public School Roll of Honour
Annandale North Public School Roll of Honour
Address: 206 Johnston Street, Annandale North Public School
City/Town: Annandale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Anti-Conscription Plaque
Anti-Conscription Plaque
Address: Lygon Street, Trades Hall
City/Town: Carlton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates the anti-conscription campaign undertaken World War One.


The Melbourne Trades Hall Council resolved to commemorate the action of the people who voted against the introduction of conscription into Australia. The results were of the first referendum on 28 October 1916 was For Conscription 1,087,577 Against 1,160,033, and of the second referendum on 20 December 1917 was For Conscription 1,015,159 Against 1,181,747.


The Melbourne Trades Hall Council decided on November 14th 1918 to place on record their appreciation of all those soldiers who whilst fighting abroad voted against the introduction of conscription into this country.


ANZAC & Armistice Remembrance Garden
ANZAC & Armistice Remembrance Garden
Address: Dora Street, Yunung Community Garden
City/Town: Morisset
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial garden comprises a 1.2 metre high ceramic statue of a soldier, a plaque inscribed with the words 'Anzac and Armistice Remembrance Garden', and a flagpole which will fly the Australian flag.


ANZAC & Muriel Vickers Memorial Park
ANZAC & Muriel Vickers Memorial Park
Address: Old Hume Highway, Near Rural Fire Station
City/Town: Yerrinbool
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A park commemorates those who served in World War One, and Muriel Vickers.



ANZAC 50th Anniversary Memorial Flagpole
ANZAC 50th Anniversary Memorial Flagpole
Address: Mount Alexander Road, Queens Park
City/Town: Moonee Ponds
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Flagpole commemorates the 50th anniversary year of ANZAC


ANZAC Avenue
ANZAC Avenue
Address: ANZAC Avenue
City/Town: Beerburrum
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial Trees were planted in the main street of the Beerburrum Soldier Settlement in 1920 and the street renamed ANZAC Avenue in honour of the comrades of the soldier settlers who died or were killed in World War One.



The first tree in the avenue was planted by General Birdwood when he visited the Soldier Settlement on the 17th May 1920. On the 1st August 1920, under the supervision of the settlers, 33 school children planted 17 weeping figs, 56 Washingtonia palms and 4 pine trees.



While many memorial avenues were planted by Queensland communities, ANZAC Avenue is the only identified memorial created by returned servicemen of a soldier settlement scheme in honour of their fallen comrades.



The ANZAC Avenue Memorial Trees are remnant evidence of the Beerburrum Soldiers' Settlement, which was the first and largest of approximately two dozen soldier settlements established throughout Queensland. Operating from 1916 the Soldier Settlement Scheme in Queensland settled approximately 2,500 returned soldiers on the land, with at least 400 of them at Beerburrum.



ANZAC Battlefield
ANZAC Battlefield
Address: Fairbairn & Limestone Avenues, Australian War Memorial Sculpture Garden
City/Town: Campbell
State: ACT
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Sculpture commemorates the bravery and sacrifice of the ANZACs at Gallipoli during the World War One.



The sculpture of "War" or "Bellona" , as it is better known, by Sir Bertram Mackennal, was relocated to the Sculpture Garden in August 1999.  The sculpture, portraying Bellona: Roman goddess of war was made in 1906.



When Sir Bertram Mackennal learnt of the bravery, he presented the sculpture to the Commonwealth Government in 1915. Mackennal’s gift  was officially unveiled on Anzac Day, 1921, on the steps of Parliament House, Spring Street, Melbourne which was then the seat of the Australian Government.  Bellona’s relocation to Canberra was a matter of  disagreement, and in March 1926 the government decided that it should not to be placed anywhere near Parliament House. It was suggested that it be associated with the War Memorial, and that too created protest from those engaged in planning the War Memorial.



Parliament decided to lend the sculpture to the Federal Capital Commission and Bellona arrived in Canberra in late 1926, to wait until the War Memorial was completed.  On arrival it was discovered that the black marble pedestal was missing. It had remained in Melbourne and a locally poor concrete substitute was supplied



Bellona, Canberra’s first statue, was placed on the southern side of the Molonglo River facing the two bridges, which formed one bridge – Commonwealth Bridge. She sat in the centre of the plantation strip, which divided Commonwealth Avenue into two traffic lanes until she was relocated to the Sculpture Gardens.



Workmen yesterday removed the nude, bronze half-figure of Bellona, Roman Goddess of War, from its plinth in Commonwealth avenue, Canberra, where it has stood for more than 20 years. The statue was at the intersection which the Queen will pass several times during her visit to the national capital. It has been removed to the Australian War Memorial where it was originally intended it should go. Bellona was sculptured by Sir Bertram Mackennal, who presented it to the Commonwealth Government. With her ample proportions, Bellona had been the target of much practical joking since she was placed in Commonwealth avenue. Brassieres have been frequently placed on her, but promptly removed by officials. Bellona has also been the object of attention by amateur painters, who tried to enhance her charms. The Minister for the Interior (Mr. Kent Hughes) denied to-day that Bellona's removal was connected with the Queen's visit. But it was learnt that there was a fear in some quarters that practical jokers would provide attentions to Bellona which might embarrass the Queen when passing the nude half-figure. Mr. Kent Hughes said the removal of the bust of Bellona from Commonwealth avenue had nothing to do with the Royal visit. Neither had it anything to do with the nudity of the statue itself. It was merely being removed to its rightful home the Australian War Memorial. The order to make this transfer was issued some time ago. Work on it "just happened to begin this week," he said.

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW), 12th February 1954.



ANZAC Bluff
ANZAC Bluff
Address: ANZAC Bluff & Fraser Avenue, Kings Park & Botanic Garden
City/Town: Kings Park
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A plaque commemorates the 2500 men of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps known as ANZAC, who lost their lives in the Gallipoli campaign of 1915.



The area below the Cenotaph was renamed Anzac Bluff in 1974 as it resembles the site where the soldiers first landed at Gallipoli.

 



ANZAC Centenary Memorial Gardens
ANZAC Centenary Memorial Gardens
Address: Crawford Street, next to War Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bulahdelah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The ANZAC Centenary Memorial Gardens were as established to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Bulahdelah and District as a commemoration to the ANZAC Centenary 2014-2018. A Tree of Remembrance was planted at the site on the 11th April 2011.



The Bulahdelah War Memorial Reserve Trustees were appointed in February 2011. The reserve is planned to be the centrepiece of commemorations on ANZAC Day 2015 with the establishment of the ANZAC Memorial Gardens/War Memorial monument; dedication service; commemorative exhibition encompassing all wars and conflicts and a community breakfast.



ANZAC Christmas Altarpiece
ANZAC Christmas Altarpiece
Address: Flinders & Swanston Streets, St Paul`s Anglican Cathedral
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Christmas Altarpiece



ANZAC Commemorative Garden
ANZAC Commemorative Garden
Address: 71 Stradbroke Road, Thorndon Park Primary School
City/Town: Athelstone
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Commemorative Garden honours those who served in World War One.



ANZAC Commemorative Garden
ANZAC Commemorative Garden
Address: Cape Pallarenda Road, Blue Care Garden Settlement
City/Town: Pallarenda
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The ANZAC Commemorative Garden commemorates those who served in World War One.



ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The soldiers in those forces quickly became known as ANZACs, and the pride they took in that name endures to this day.



ANZAC Day – 25 April – is probably Australia's most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during World War One.



ANZAC Cottage
ANZAC Cottage
Address: 16 Saunders Street
City/Town: Claremont
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Cottage, Claremont is significant as a practical memorial to the ANZACs in World War One, and as one of the first such cottages built for a war widow and her family by the Ugly Men’s Voluntary Workers’ Association in Western Australia in 1917.  It has unusual design elements thought to be associated with the requirements of the first war widow to occupy the house.



From December 1918 to early 1957, the place was the home of Mrs. Christina Connett and her three children. From 1957 to 1973, the place was under the auspices of Legacy, who also used it to accommodate war widows.



ANZAC Cottage, Claremont was built on a lot donated by M. Walters & Co., by the Ugly Men’s Voluntary Workers’ Association to a design by T. W. Powell, Architect, under the supervision of Mr. Brine, a well known builder, for a war widow, Mrs. Metcalf, and her seven children who lived there for one year. The Ugly Men's Voluntary Worker's Association Inc., generally shortened to the Ugly Men's Association or "Ugly Men" was a fund-raising and charitable organisation established in Western Australia in 1917.

The Daily News (Perth) 24th July 1917.




 



 



ANZAC Cottage
ANZAC Cottage
Address: 38 Kalgoorlie Street
City/Town: Mount Hawthorn
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The ANZAC cottage commemorates the landing of Australian forces at Gallipoli in April 1915.  It is Western Australia’s oldest World War One memorial, and unique because it is a house.



Organised by the Mount Hawthorn Progress Association, it was erected to commemorate the landing of Australian Forces at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915. Seventy horse-drawn drays formed a half-mile procession in James Street on 5 February 1916 to cart donated materials to the cleared block. On Saturday 12 February, Mount Hawthorn was awoken at 3.30 am to the sounds of a ringing bell and a town crier: ‘Arise, arise! Anzac Cottage is to be built today’. Community spirit rallied over two hundred men to volunteer and dozens of women to serve hot meals as they toiled. Thousands watched the spectacle of a house being built in one day. Private John Porter was chosen as the recipient of the four-room bungalow. A soldier in the 11th Battalion, wounded on 25 April 1915, Porter was in the first contingent of diggers to return to Perth from the ill-fated campaign.



The cottage was opened by the Premier Mr Scadden on the 17th April 1916.

The Register (Adelaide), 18th April 1916



Anzac Garden
Anzac Garden
Address: Burke Street, Julia Creek State School
City/Town: Julia Creek
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Anzac Garden commemorates those who served in World War One.



ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The soldiers in those forces quickly became known as ANZACs, and the pride they took in that name endures to this day.



ANZAC Day – 25 April – is probably Australia's most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.



ANZAC Grove
ANZAC Grove
Address: Landon Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Gundagai
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The ANZAC Grove consists of 52 kurrajong trees, representing the 52 Gundagai soldiers who died in World War One.



Memorial plaques were place in the grove in 2012 to commemorate local servicemen who served during World War One. 



ANZAC Hill
ANZAC Hill
Address: ANZAC Hill
City/Town: Maldon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A park commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



ANZAC Honour Roll
ANZAC Honour Roll
Address: Eumundi-Kenilworth Road, Gheerulla Hall
City/Town: Gheerulla
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

  ANZAC Honour Roll honours those from Kenilworth and District who paid the supreme sacrifice in Word War One.



The ceremony of unveiling the Honour Board took place in the local hall on the 23rd February 1918 by Mr. H.F. Walker . The roll is of hammered copper with the names of the volunteers attached by metal plates.

Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser (Qld), 1st March 1918.             



ANZAC Honour Roll
ANZAC Honour Roll
Address: Railway Terrace & Cedarvale Road, Ubobo Memorial Hall
City/Town: Ubobo
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
An honour roll commemorates those from the Littlemore District who served in World War One.

ANZAC Memorial
ANZAC Memorial
Address: South Terrace, Lundie Gardens
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The ANZAC Memorial was originally built by the Wattle Day League in Wattle Grove, Sir Lewis Cohen Avenue and dedicated to the Australasian soldiers who fought in the Dardanelles, especially the landings of the ANZAC troops on the Gallipoli Peninsula on April 25 1915.



The memorial was funded by public subscription and unveiled on "Wattle Day" 7th September 1915. It was the first memorial to World War One soldiers erected in Australia.  Wattle Day had been initiated as an alternative day of national pride and celebration, instead of 26 January. A grove of wattle trees, with many varieties so that one or other would always be flowering, was laid out around the memorial obelisk. Connecting the memorial with Wattle Day is early evidence of how Gallipoli became associated with Australian national identity. Removed to Lundie Gardens in October 1940.



Wattle Day was celebrated in South Australia on Tuesday when ideal spring weather prevailed. The public buildings, city statues railway locomotives and almost all the vehicles were decorated, and the people in the streets displayed sprigs of wattle or badges. The Governor-General and Lady Helen Munro Ferguson attended the proceedings. In the afternoon a distinguished gathering assembled in Wattle Grove situated in the south park lands, where the Governor-General unveiled a granite obelisk erected to commemorate the landing of the Australians at Gallipoli. In doing so His Excellency made a happy speech in which he paid a fine tribute to the late General Bridges.

The Argus (Melbourne), 8th September 1915.



ANZAC Memorial
ANZAC Memorial
Address: Newdegate Street, Greenslopes Private Hospital
City/Town: Greenslopes
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 ANZAC Memorial is dedicated to those who served in World War One.



ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The soldiers in those forces quickly became known as ANZACs, and the pride they took in that name endures to this day.



ANZAC Day – 25 April – is probably Australia's most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.



ANZAC Memorial Church
ANZAC Memorial Church
Address: Station Road, Opposite Shoppingtown
City/Town: Indooroopilly
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Memorial Church commemorates those who served in World War One.



The foundation stone for the church was laid by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Hamilton Goold-Adams on the 29th April 1916.



Anzac Memorial Garden
Anzac Memorial Garden
Address: 16 Woolcott Avenue, St Leo's Catholic College
City/Town: Wahroonga
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Anzac Memorial Garden


ANZAC Memorial Gardens
ANZAC Memorial Gardens
Address: Banksia & Boronia Avenues
City/Town: Wundowie
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Memorial Gardens commemorates the 75th anniversary of ANZAC. The area contains two plaques on rocks in front of a garden. In front is a paved area with the words "Lest We Forget"  set into the paving. On the wall of the building behind the garden are metal sculptures of Australian soldiers.



ANZAC Day – 25 April – is probably Australia's most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.



The Australian and New Zealand forces landed on Gallipoli on 25 April 1915 , meeting fierce resistance from the Ottoman Turkish defenders. What had been planned as a bold stroke to knock Turkey out of the war quickly became a stalemate, and the campaign dragged on for eight months. At the end of 1915 the allied forces were evacuated, after both sides had suffered heavy casualties and endured great hardships. Over 8,000 Australian soldiers had been killed.

 



ANZAC Memorial Grove
ANZAC Memorial Grove
Address: ANZAC Avenue & Chelsea Street, Henry Peiper Park
City/Town: Kippa-Ring
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Anzac Memorial Grove honours the fallen men and women of World War One . The grove is propagated from the seeds of the slash pines in Anzac Memorial Avenue.



Anzac Memorial Avenue, as it was known, extends 18km from Gympie Road at Petrie to the roundabout at Redcliffe Parade. It was the first bitumen road connecting Brisbane to Redcliffe, even then a popular seaside resort. It was Queensland’s largest planting of an avenue, an ambitious project achieved through public subscription. An appeal was launched in 1922. The first of the 1760 trees was planted at Petrie on February 28, 1925.



On July 7 1926, four years after the appeal was launched, RACQ’s Thomas James Rothwell (key protagonist and RACQ president from 1921-23) and president of the day, a T.E. Carter, led a motorcade of guests from Brisbane for the official opening of the avenue.



Over time, ANZAC Avenue has been widened to accommodate increased car usage. During the 1980s and 1990s, sections of the avenue were duplicated to form a dual carriageway. Some trees were removed during this time. In Pine Rivers Shire, the council and the Department of Transport adopted a design to preserve the Avenue during roadworks; however a number of trees were removed. In March 1993, ANZAC Avenue was officially reopened by Queensland RSL President S.W. Kay and Pine Rivers Shire Chairman R. Akers. Following the removal of a number of trees in 2006 for a transit lane, Queensland Transport and the Redcliffe RSL planted a memorial grove in Henry Pieper Park on the avenue at Kippa-Ring, with trees propagated from the slash pines.



ANZAC Memorial Hall
ANZAC Memorial Hall
Address: 742 Military Road
City/Town: Mosman
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The foundation stone for the ANZAC Memorial Hall was laid on the 23 April 1922 by Lord Forster , The Governor General , who also dedicated the hall in 1924. Another stone laid on the same date by Lieutenant -Colonel John Hare-Phipps, president of the Mosman Branch of the Returned Soldiers and Sailors Imperial League, declared that the honorary architects were Morrow and De Putron. The building was financed by public subscription and a loan from the Commonwealth Bank


ANZAC Memorial Hall which has now been converted to a "Country Road" retail outlet.


ANZAC Memorial Library
ANZAC Memorial Library
Address: Meech Street
City/Town: Currie
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Memorial Library commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at November 2013.



 



ANZAC Memorial Park
ANZAC Memorial Park
Address: Charlotte & Herbert Streets
City/Town: Millmerran
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A park commemorates those who served in World War One.



ANZAC Memorial Planting
ANZAC Memorial Planting
Address: Mill Road, Lake Hamilton
City/Town: Hamilton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Memorial Planting commemorates the soldiers from Hamilton who enlisted for World War One and served in the Gallipoli campaign.



ANZAC Memorial Plaque
ANZAC Memorial Plaque
Address: Bruce Highway, Toobanna State School
City/Town: Toobanna
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Memorial Plaque commemorates those who served in World War One.



Anzac Parade Obelisk
Anzac Parade Obelisk
Address: Anzac Parade
City/Town: Moore Park
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Anzac Parade received its name in memory of members of the First Australian Imperial Force (later to become known as ANZACs) who marched down the street from their barracks (now a heritage listed part of University of NSW ) to Sydney Harbour, where they were transported to Europe during World War I.


 


ANZAC Parade Trees
ANZAC Parade Trees
Address: Barwan & Doyle Streets, ANZAC Avenue
City/Town: Narrabri
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Anzac Parade Trees were planted in memory of the soldiers who fought in World War One. The plaque on the rock on the corner of Doyle and Barwan streets was erected by the Narrabri Garden Club in 1988.



In the mid to late 1990's the original trees which were planted in the 1920s were removed by council due to their deteriorating health and due to problems with overhead powerlines. More suitable trees were planted in their place.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Tennyson Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Alpha
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Park commemorates those who served in World War One.



ANZAC Park
ANZAC Park
Address: Mill Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Rosewood
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Rosewood ANZAC Park was dedicated to those who served in World War One.



At the monthly council meeting on the 1st October 1925, the Park Committee submitted a report, and advised that the R.S.S.I.L.A  was taking a keen Interest in the park. On the recommendation of the committee it was decided to make an annual grant of £20 for the improvement of the park, and provide extra trees for planting.

Queensland Times (Ipswich), 2nd October 1925.



 



ANZAC Park Memorial Gates
ANZAC Park Memorial Gates
Address: Brisbane Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Tamworth
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

ANZAC Park Memorial Gates were erected in memory of the fallen of World War One.



The memorial gates at Anzac Park, erected to the memory of fallen soldiers by the people of Tamworth and district, were unveiled and opened by Brigadier-General S.C.E. Herring on the 13th November 1927 in the presence of a large attendance The ceremony was solemn and impressive. The gates cost £1431.

The Sydney Morning Herald, 15th November 1927.

 



ANZAC Park Memorial Trees
ANZAC Park Memorial Trees
Address: Dean & Wool Streets, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Toowong
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Trees commemorate those who died or were killed in World War One.



In 1916, Toowong Town Council purchased from Toowong Cemetery Trustees a piece of land adjoining the Mt Cootha Reserve, converted into a park and named it Anzac Park.  Mr W.C. Harding, a resident of Toowong, took a keen interest in the park and through his efforts a considerable area has been cleared of timber and approximately 800 trees and palms planted. The Brisbane Courier, 9th December 1916



Mr Harding planted trees at his own expense and by 1919 over 3000 trees had been planted, 1600 in memory of fallen soldiers and sailors. The only expense made for those who desired a tree in the park was cost of providing a nameplate for the fallen soldier.



The Brisbane R.S.S.A.I.L.A at a general meeting carried the following motion.



'That this meeting of returned sisters, sailors, and soldiers desires to express its appreciation of the efforts of Alderman W. C. Harding on behalf of the returned soldiers, both during the Great War and at the present time, particularly his keen desire to perpetuate the memory of our fallen comrades by his strenuous efforts in endeavouring to make Anzac Park a fitting memorial to the members of the A.I.F. We assure him that he has the confidence of the returned sisters, sailors, and soldiers of Brisbane, and we trust that he may be long spared to carry on his good work.'



In a letter to the editor of the Brisbane Courier published on the 27th January 1919, concern was raised that many of the trees had died through lack of watering by the Toowong City Council. Water for the trees has to be carried from Mr Harding's property and the writer of the letter asked for public subscriptions to be collected so that Toowong Council could supply the necessary water needed to give the trees a chance to flourish and perpetuate the memory of the honoured dead.



At a meeting of the 15th Battalion on the 18th November 1929, considerable indignation was expressed at the disgraceful condition of Anzac Park where the memorial trees had been burnt down and the memorial itself had been allowed to decay into ruins. In July 1931, another letter to the editor protested at the destruction of the native trees in the park noting that Mr Harding had planted thousands of trees without destroying any native ones.

The Brisbane Courier, 22nd November 1929, 20th July 1931.



 



 



 



ANZAC Peace Park
ANZAC Peace Park
Address: Princess Royal Drive
City/Town: Albany
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The ANZAC Peace park is a significant site for the interpretation of Albany's role as a departure point for soldiers in World War One.



Features completed at the ANZAC Peace Park to 2011 included a Pier of Remembrance, Memorial Wall, interpretive elements, lights, seating and landscaping. The final stage of the project included establishing a Lone Pine Grove, additional pathways and performance areas, and installing lighting throughout the park including up-lighting for the flagpoles. The Anzac Peace Park now features plantings of seedlings generated from the seeds of the Aleppo pines located at Lone Pine in Gallipoli, representing a direct connection between the two cities. The City of Albany held a service to mark the dedication of Lone Pine Grove on 27 May 2012.



In 2014, the ANZAC Peace Park in Albany will be the centrepiece of the 100-year commemoration of the 1914 departure of Australian and New Zealand troops for the Gallipoli campaign. In 2015, Australia will observe the centenary of Anzac Day and Albany will be the focus of national attention as the point of departure of the Anzac convoy and as the location of the first recognised dawn service commemorating the 25 April 1915 landing at Gallipoli.



ANZAC Tree
ANZAC Tree
Address: James & Ethel Street
City/Town: Watsonville
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The 'ANZAC Tree' commemorates the 26 men who left Watsonville to fight in World War One.  



ANZAC Day services are now commemorated here to remember the many bushmen and miners from the region who fought for their country.



 



ANZAC Tree
ANZAC Tree
Address: 29 Russell Street
City/Town: Evandale
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A pine tree (Pinus radiata) commemorates the men of Anzac.  This pine tree is a Pinus radiata which is a tree native to the Central Coast of California and Mexico and is listed on the National Trust Register of significant trees of Tasmania.



Note : At the ANZAC Day service in Evandale in 1935, a pine tree was planted in memory of the soldiers. It is unknown if the ANZAC Tree was the tree planted in 1935 or if the newspaper article was correct in saying that it was a Gallipoli Pine ( pinus brutia), or whether the existing tree was planted at a later date.



Anzac Day was commemorated at Evandale yesterday. Returned soldiers and the children of the various schools in the municipality assembled at the Evandale state school at 10.15 a.m., and marched to the Anzac Monument, where the president of the Evandale Anzac Remembrance Association (Mr. J. B. Sanson), who is also president of the Evandale sub-branch of the R.S.S. and I.L.A., presided. An introductory address was given by the Warden of Evandale (CaptainA. D. Mackinnon). The Recessional hymn was sung, and Rev. F. H. Jenkin, of Launceston. gave an appropriate address. Wreaths were laid on the monument, "The Last Post" sounded and two minutes' silence observed. After the service at the memorial a pine tree, the seed of which came from Gallipoli, was planted by Mrs. S. Hawsley. The children were then marched to the show building, where lunch was served

Examiner (Launceston ), 26th April 1935.



 



ANZAC Trees
ANZAC Trees
Address: Elizabeth Street, ANZAC Memorial, Hyde Park
City/Town: Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The ANZAC Trees, which are poplar trees, border the ‘Lake of Reflections’ in front of the ANZAC Memorial and commemorate the battle areas of France in World War One.



Apollo Bay Honour Roll
Apollo Bay Honour Roll
Address: 12 Gallipoli Parade, Apollo Bay RSL Club
City/Town: Apollo Bay
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Appin Public School Roll Of Honour
Appin Public School Roll Of Honour
Address: Sportsground Parade, Hall, Gordon Lewis Oval
City/Town: Appin
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Polished timber honour board with names in gold and Australian Flags mounted either side. It is located inside the hall in the Gordon Lewis Oval. This is a replica of the original Honour Roll that was unveiled ANZAC Day 1919 which disappeared by the 1990's.


Apple Tree Creek War Memorial
Apple Tree Creek War Memorial
Address: Bruce Highway
City/Town: Apple Tree Creek
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The memorial commemorates the seventy-seven local men who served during World War One, including the fifteen who died. The seventy-seven men who volunteered from this district represented a substantial proportion of their generation and a movement to commemorate their participation began in 1917. The original Digger by A L Petrie & Son, Toowong, was vandalised and replaced by an obelisk. A new digger statue was unveiled by the Honourable Bruce Scott on the 18th August 1999.



A monumental honour roll was unveiled as a memorial in the Apple Tree Creek Sports Ground as a memorial to soldiers who had enlisted from the district. The memorial was unveiled on the 20th March 1921 by the trustees, Sergeant R.S. Gant, Private H.T.B. Wood and W.Trevor (for Mr Newbigging) . The monument cost £230 and had to be suitable fenced and provision had been made for the mounting of a machine gun. The Brisbane Courier (Qld), 28th March 1921.



 



Apsley Soldier`s Memorial
Apsley Soldier`s Memorial
Address: Wallace & Splatt Streets
City/Town: Apsley
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Apsley Soldier's Memorial commemorates those who served in the First World War.



No further information known as at April 2013



Aramac War Memorial
Aramac War Memorial
Address: Lodge & Gordon Streets
City/Town: Aramac
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Aramac War Memorial is a tall and stark monument of Ulam (Queensland) marble. A life sized statue of an Australian infantryman stands at ease at the top of a tall obelisk. The obelisk has a leaded AIF badge and the dates of the war on the front base. The pedestal beneath bears the leaded names of the 132 men who served in World War One from the shire, including fifteen dead and eleven wounded, whose names are recorded on the front face.



The War Memorial Committee entered into a contract with monumental mason, Mr F.M.Allen of Rockhampton to erect a war memorial at the cost of £580. The memorial was unveiled by the Chairman of the Aramac Shire Council on the 12th April 1924. The Western Champion (Barcaldine), 27th January 1923, 8th April 1924



Arawata State School Honour Roll
Arawata State School Honour Roll
Address: 371 Fairbank Road, Arawata Community Hall
City/Town: Arawata
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Arawata State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Arch of Triumph
Arch of Triumph
Address: Echuca Road, Botanic Gardens
City/Town: White Hills
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Arch of Triumph forms the entrance to the Botanic gardens and was erected by the citizens of White Hills to commemorate those who served in World War One



Archdale State School and District Honour Roll
Archdale State School and District Honour Roll
Address: 30 Main Street, Bealiba Hall
City/Town: Bealiba
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Archibald Memorial Fountain
Archibald Memorial Fountain
Address: Elizabeth Street, Hyde Park North
City/Town: Sydney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A fountain gifted to his fellow countrymen by F.J.Archibald commemorates the association of Australia and France in World War One.



The fountain`s donor, F.J. Archibald, was for many years editor of the Bulletin magazine, and decreed in his will that the fountain should be built for this commemorative purpose.



Archies Creek District Honour Roll
Archies Creek District Honour Roll
Address: 104 Archies Creek Road, Archies Creek Hall
City/Town: Archies Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Ardath District Honour Roll
Ardath District Honour Roll
Address: Johnson Street, Bruce Rock Shire Offices
City/Town: Bruce Rock
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ardath District Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013.



 



 



Ardlethan District Honour Roll
Ardlethan District Honour Roll
Address: Ariah Street, School of Arts Hall
City/Town: Ardlethan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Ardlethan District Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.

Ardmona War Memorial
Ardmona War Memorial
Address: 580 Turnbull Road, In front of School
City/Town: Ardmona
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Ardmona War Memorial honour those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at April 2013.



Ardrossan & District Honour Board
Ardrossan & District Honour Board
Address: First Street, Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Ardrossan
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ardrossan & District Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at September 2013.



 



Area 21 A.S. Trainees Roll of Honour
Area 21 A.S. Trainees Roll of Honour
Address: Town Hall
City/Town: Stawell
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Armadale Congregational Church Honour Board
Armadale Congregational Church Honour Board
Address: Orchard Avenue, Minnawarra Chapel, Historic Precinct
City/Town: Armadale
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour board is a single panelled timber board that has scroll work at the top and bottom with columns on either side. All writing is in gold and commemorates those from the congregation who served in World War One.



Armidale Memorial Avenue
Armidale Memorial Avenue
Address: Memorial Avenue, Armidale Cemetery
City/Town: Armidale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The rows of trees separating the cemetery are a memorial to soldiers killed during World War One. 



In 1922 Ald J.A.T. Webb proposed the development of a memorial avenue with public assistance to lead to the cemetery and lists of names of possible donors  were published in the Armidale Chronicle, 27 May and 17 June 1922.



He offered  to have a memorial avenue formed from the overhead bridge to the cemetery in  July and asked permission to plant trees up to Galloway Street. Council also  agreed to allow a select committee of citizens with the mayor acting as a  representative to select suitable trees.



The Dumaresq Shire engineer, M. Smith offered to mark the alignment for the 140 proposed trees. Twelve months later,  Webb sought permission to extend the trees to Dangar Street and he advised the Armidale Chronicle, 2 May 1923 that 125 trees had been paid for and the respective inscription plates attached



Armidale Memorial Fountain
Armidale Memorial Fountain
Address: Barney Street, Central Park
City/Town: Armidale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The memorial fountain is a monument to those (including 11 local nurses)  who served in Belgium, Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, Mesopotamia, Rabaul and France during World War One.



The war memorial, built by the citizens of Armidale, and constructed substantially of Uralla granite, was unveiled in the city park by the Governor. The memorial, which is in the form of a fountain, cost about £1500, and bears the names of 850 (sic) soldiers. The ceremony was witnessed by a large gathering, the guard of honour being provided by the 12th Light Horse. The flag of the 33rd, the Armidale battalion, was flown above the stage, and bore the names of the engagements in which the battalion participated-Messines, Ypres, Hangard. Villers Bretonneux, Malincourt, Bray sur Somme, Bois d'Accroché, and Bouchavesnes. Canon Riley, senlor naval Instructor (retired), said it was a fitting day for the ceremony, as on this day 117 years ago Nelson, at Trafalgar, made Britain mistress of the seas. (Applause.). There was a memorial even more lasting than this hard granite-the hearts of the people-and even when this, stone became part of the dust the deeds on Gallipoli would be remembered. (Applause.) Sir Walter Davidson said that the flag of the battalion raised and trained here practically showed the history of the war in France. Messines was commenced with an explosion. The mine was laid by Australians, and it was an Australian professor who said the Germans would not counter-mlne there, because of the stratum of moving sand. That was Professor David, and he was right. (Applause.)

The Sydney Morning Herald. 23rd October 1922.



Armistice Plaque
Armistice Plaque
Address: Matthew Street, Nambour RSL
City/Town: Nambour
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque commemorates the signing of the Armistice in 1919. The plaque was originally part of a tree planted to commemorate the event.



A fig tree was planted across from Petrie Creek near the railway bridge enclosed by a picket fence to commemorate the signing of the Armistice. The plaque was placed near the tree in August 1921.

Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, 26th August 1921.



Arno Bay War Memorial
Arno Bay War Memorial
Address: Tel El Kebir & Cairo Terraces
City/Town: Arno Bay
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Arno Bay War Memorial commemorates those who lost their lives in World War One.



The Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. W. Hague), accompanied by the Engineer-in-Chief (Mr. J. G. Stewart), the Resident Engineer (Mr. B. Ranford), Messrs. J. G. Moseley and J. H. Chapman, M.P.'s, and Mr. R. Leaney (shorthand writer), arrived at Cowell by the Wandana on Thursday night, March 16. The Minister was met by the Chairman of the Council (Mr. S. B. Warnes), Mr. Nicholson, and other prominent townsmen. On the following morning the Minister opened a new public school at Arno Bay, and also unveiled an obelisk in memory of local fallen soldiers.

The Register (Adelaide), 28th March 1922.



Arnold School Honour Roll
Arnold School Honour Roll
Address: Bridgewater-Dunolly Road, Arnold Public Hall
City/Town: Arnold
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Arnold School Honour Roll


Arthur Phillip High School Great War Honour Board
Arthur Phillip High School Great War Honour Board
Address: 175 Macquarie Street, Foyer of Remembrance, Arthur Phillip High School
City/Town: Parramatta
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Arthur Phillip High School Great War Honour Board


Arthurton Honour Roll
Arthurton Honour Roll
Address: Main Street, Soldiers Memorial Chambers
City/Town: Arthurton
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Arthurton Honour Roll commemorates those who enlisted in World War One. The roll was placed in the memorial chambers at the opening of the hall on the 31st October 1927.



Arthurton Honour Roll-Fallen
Arthurton Honour Roll-Fallen
Address: Main Street, Soldiers Memorial Chambers
City/Town: Arthurton
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Arthurton Honour Roll commemorates the fallen of World War One.



The honour roll was unveiled at the opening of the Soldiers Memorial Chambers on the 31st October 1927 by Mr John Sharrad who lost a son in the war.

Chronicle (Adelaide), 31st October 1927.


 



Arthurton Soldiers Memorial Chambers
Arthurton Soldiers Memorial Chambers
Address: Main Street
City/Town: Arthurton
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Arthurton Soldiers Memorial Chambers were erected in memory of those who served in World War One.  The foundation stone was laid and dedicated as a World War One soldiers memorial by J.P. Pontifex on the 11th July 1927.



The Soldiers' Memorial Chambers were opened on October 31st 1927 by the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosh).  Mr. J. H. Colliver presided, and gave a history of the movement to erect the hall. He said many people had preferred a monument at the Ardrossan-Maitland cross roads as a war memorial, but it was pointed out that the Clinton District Council had been In existence for 40 years without a council chamber, and the erection of one was suggested as a memorial. In a short time £800 was subscribed. The total cost of the building was £1,160, and the district council had agreed to meet the balance. The hall was thus opened free of debt.  An honor roll was unveiled by Mr. John Sharrad, who lost a son in the war. The school children sang the 'Song of Australia,' and led the singing of the 'National Anthem.'

Chronicle (Adelaide), 5th November 1927.



 



Ascension Window
Ascension Window
Address: Mount Alexander Road & Marco Polo Street, Christ Church Anglican Church
City/Town: Essendon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Ascension Window also known as the Salmon Memorial Window was presented by William Salmon and Family in memory of the sacrifices overseas in the Great War by members of the church including his son Percy Salmon, daughter Muriel Colclough and son-in -law Herbert Colclough. Percy Salmon made the supreme sacrifice.



In 1947 the Salmon Memorial Window which had been above the Altar was placed in the North Transept.



Ascot Vale State School Honour Roll
Ascot Vale State School Honour Roll
Address: Bank Street
City/Town: Ascot Vale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Ascot Vale State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



Ashfield Bowling Club Roll Of Honour
Ashfield Bowling Club Roll Of Honour
Address: Orpington Street & Parramatta Road, Ashfield Bowling Club
City/Town: Ashfield
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ashfield Bowling Club Roll Of Honour


Assembly Hall Honour Roll
Assembly Hall Honour Roll
Address: 156 Collins Street, Old Presbyterian Assembly Hall
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Marble plaque commemorates two chaplains and church members who died in World War One



Associated Stock & Station Agents of Melbourne Honour Roll
Associated Stock & Station Agents of Melbourne Honour Roll
Address: Melba Highway & ANZAC Avenue, Yarra Glen Memorial Hall
City/Town: Yarra Glen
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the Stock and Station Agents of Melbourne who served in World War One


Monument characteristics :


Wooden honour roll with gold lettering 


 


Atatuk`s Tribute
Atatuk`s Tribute
Address: King William Road, Cross of Sacrifice Memorial Gardens
City/Town: North Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ataturk`s Tribute commemorates those who lost their lives at Gallipoli in World War One. The memorial was unveiled on the 90th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice.



Kemal Atatürk who was a Turkish soldier, nationalist leader and the first Turkish President. He understood the sacrifices of soldiers and the pain of grief and in an example of his compassion penned a verse which is inscribed on the Atatürk Memorial at Ari Burnu on the Gallipoli Peninsula. The verse is inscribed on this monument.



Atherton District Memorial Hospital
Atherton District Memorial Hospital
Address: Louise & Jack Streets, Atherton Hospital
City/Town: Atherton
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Atherton District Memorial Hospital was erected in memory of the men of the Tablelands who died or were killed during World War One.



During the coming month of February 1922 , the Atherton Hospital is making a strenuous campaign to raise the sum of £800. This amount added to the generous gift of £1200 from the Tablelands Soldiers Memorial Funds will enable them to erect permanent brick or concrete wards costing £6000 of which £4000 will be added by means of Government subsidy. These additional wards besides being a splendid means of commemorating the Tablelands fallen men will relieve the present overcrowding at the hospital. After a further meeting in March 1922, on a discussion on the plan submitted, a motion was moved that the memorial wards comprise a separate and distinct building with one guttering between the verandahs of the old and the new buildings.

Cairns Post, 3rd February, 13th March 1922



Atherton Tableland War Memorial
Atherton Tableland War Memorial
Address: Louise & Jack Streets, Atherton Hospital
City/Town: Atherton
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Attorney-General Department Honour Roll
Attorney-General Department Honour Roll
Address: 2 Flinders Street, Medina Grand Hotel, First floor stairwell
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Attorney-General Department Honour Roll lists those who served in World War One. The names of those who served are listed under the names of the various section of the department in which they worked while the names of those who fell are listed under the heading Roll of Honour.



In the corridor of the Crown Lands office on the 3rd July 1918, two rolls of honour were unveiled in the presence of a large gathering of civil servants. One roll contains the names of the men of the Attorney General's Department who have enlisted for active service in the present war, and the other bears a similar list of volunteers from ths Crown Lands Department. The roll was unveiled by the Attorney- General, the Honourable H.N.Barwell.

The Register (Adelaide), 4th July 1918.



Early in the war the Public Works Department was entrusted with the duty of designing, collecting data for, and erecting honour roll boards for the various Government departments (excepting the Railways and Supreme Court), which sent men to the war. Accordingly, boards were prepared and erected in connection with the following Ministerial departments:— Chief Secretary's office, Public Works, Attorney General, Crown Lands, Education, and Agriculture, also a special board for the Government Printing Office.  "I have been very particular in keeping separate, under their special and proper headings, the names of men who gave their lives in the war under the head of 'Roll of Honour,'' writes Mr. C. E. Owen Smyth.  In the English language 'Roll of Honour'  can only apply in one way, viz., embodying the names of men who have been killed in the war. The main board, carrying the names of all men who enlisted and went to the front, is termed properly the 'Honor Roll' . It is a regrettable fact that the general public do not distinguish this very material difference in erecting honour rolls throughout the country."

The Register (Adelaide), 5th November 1919.



Auburn Baptist Church Honour Roll
Auburn Baptist Church Honour Roll
Address: 597 Burwood Rd, Auburn Baptist Church
City/Town: Hawthorn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Auburn Baptist Church Honour Roll


Auburn Congregation Honour Rolls
Auburn Congregation Honour Rolls
Address: Oxley Road & Hepburn Street, Auburn Uniting Church
City/Town: Hawthorn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Honour Rolls commemorate the members of the Auburn Congregation who served in World War One. 



The Honour Roll was initially all timber, with the names inscribed in gold paint.  When the Trustees decided to have the names cast in bronze, the timber panels were kept, and mounted in a new timber frame, which was erected in the Church Hall.



There are two almost identical versions of the one Honour Roll. The reason for the different order of names is not known.   One honour roll is installed on the south wall of the church interior, and the other on the west wall of the hall



The Honour Roll was dedicated on 1 August 1926 by the Victorian Governor, Lord Somers



Auburn Heights Bowling Club Honour Roll
Auburn Heights Bowling Club Honour Roll
Address: Auburn Heights Bowling Club
City/Town: Kew
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Auburn Heights Bowling Club Honour Roll


Auburn Literary Society Honour Roll
Auburn Literary Society Honour Roll
Address: 115 Cavan Road, State Records of South Australia
City/Town: Gepps Cross
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Auburn Literary Society Honour Roll lists those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at September 2013



Auburn Public School Honour Roll
Auburn Public School Honour Roll
Address: Auburn Primary School, St. Vincent Street
City/Town: Auburn
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Auburn Public School Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



A wooden framed hand-drawn coloured Honour Roll comprising at the top left corner the Arms of Great Britain, on the top right corner the Arms of Australia. In the centre top is a laurel wreath, at either side of the wreath are the flags of Britain and Australia. Below the wreath is a ribband, below the ribband is a wattle wreath surrounding the names.



 



Auburn Returned Services League Honour Roll
Auburn Returned Services League Honour Roll
Address: 33 Northumberland Road
City/Town: Auburn
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Auburn State School Honour Roll
Auburn State School Honour Roll
Address: Rathmines Road, Auburn Primary School
City/Town: Hawthorn East
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Auburn State School World War One Honour Roll contains the names of 370 past scholars, 70 of whom made the supreme sacrifice. The Honour Roll was unveiled in the Hawthorn Town Hall on Thursday, 5th December 1918, by the Governor Sir Arthur Stanley. 


Auburn War Memorial
Auburn War Memorial
Address: Main North Road & King Street
City/Town: Auburn
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Auburn War Memorial was erected in memory of those from the district who fell in World War One.



The memorial is approximately 3 metres high pillar topped with an effigy of a castle tower, surmounted on a white marble pedestal and three-tier pink Macclesfield marble base. An effigy of a cannon ball is located at the top of each corner of the pedestal. Four brass plaques on each face of the pillar, two with artillery signaller (Front and Left faces), two blank. The memorial is enclosed within a steel tube and wire mesh fence containing rose bushes.



Auburn, May 27. The erection of a fitting memorial of the soldiers of this district who fell in the great war has for some time past been under consideration by the public. A strong committee was appointed, with Dr J. W. Yeatman as chairman and Mr. J. W. East secretary. An immense amount of work was necessary to finalize the matter. Last Sunday afternoon there was a gathering of about 1000 people at the junction of Main and King streets, when a handsome monument was unveiled. It takes the form of an enriched monolith, standing on a moulded base 12 ft. x 12 ft. x 3 ft. 3 in., and supported on three tiers of steps of pink Macclesfield marble. The whole of the monument is of white Angaston marble, specially selected from Mr. W Laycock's marble quarries. All material and workmanship are entirely South Australian. The height is 21 feet, and the weight 13 tons. The design was drawn by Mr. Edward Davies, architect, of Currie street, Adelaide, and the work of manufacturing and erecting by Mr. W. Laycock, Waymouth street, Adelaide. The total cost of the monument was £430, all of which was raised by private subscription. The cement concrete base was supplied by the District Council of Upper Wakefield.

Kapunda Herald (SA), 4th June 1920.



 



Audley Honour Roll
Audley Honour Roll
Address: Audley Road, Allambie Flat , Royal National Park
City/Town: Audley
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The honour roll of freestone and marble bearing the names of 21 employees and sons of employees of the National Park was unveiled on the 21st June 1919 by Mr G. Beeby, Minister for Labour. Of the 21 men who had been accepted for active service 20 had returned. 


In 2009 the honour roll was relocated to its present position and rededicated in 2012 after restoration work. 


Augathella Hospital Memorial
Augathella Hospital Memorial
Address: Cavanagh Street, Augathella Hospital
City/Town: Augathella
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Augathella Hospital Memorial consists of a flagpole with plaque which honours the fallen soldiers from the Augathella District who fell during World War One.  The memorial plaque, containing the names of those who fell, was originally placed in the hospital's operating theatre which had been dedicated to the fallen.



Augathella Roll of Honour 1914-1918
Augathella Roll of Honour 1914-1918
Address: Main Street, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Augathella
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Wooden honour roll commemorates those from the district who served in World War One



The roll was unveiled in the new memorial hall on the 26th July 1947. The Charleville Times (Brisbane), 18th July 1947



Australian 10th Light Horse Regiment
Australian 10th Light Horse Regiment
Address: Ommaney Road, adjacent Brunswick Memorial Hall
City/Town: Brunswick
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial commemorates the Australian 10th Light Horse Regiment.



The 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment AIF was the only AIF light horse regiment recruited in Western Australia during the First World War.



The regiment was raised in October 1914 when it became apparent that Western Australia could provide more than a single squadron of mounted soldiers. The regiment joined the 3rd Light Horse Brigade in Egypt and served dismounted at Gallipoli. The regiment’s most famous actions were the charge at the Nek on 7 August 1915, and Hill 60 on 29-30 August 1915.



Australian Comforts Fund
Australian Comforts Fund
Address: Swanston Street, Melbourne Town Hall
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Marble plaque commemorates the activities of the Victorian Division of the Australian Comforts Fund during World War One


Australian Flying Corps
Australian Flying Corps
Address: 61 Davey Street, Chapel, Airforce Association of Tasmania
City/Town: Hobart
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour roll commemorates the Tasmanian members of the Australian Flying Corps who served in World War One.



Australian Lifesavers War Memorial
Australian Lifesavers War Memorial
Address: Arden Street, Goldstein Reserve
City/Town: Coogee
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Australian Lifesavers War Memorial is dedicated to those Australian lifesavers who paid the supreme sacrifice during World War One. The sculpture shows a digger alongside a surf lifesaver – seen 20 times their actual size – next to a flagpole looking across the ocean. A wall behind the sculpture lists the names the fallen lifesavers from around Australia.



There were more than twenty Surf Life Saving Clubs in Australia at the outbreak of World War One, and when the call went out for volunteers, a significant number of these volunteer club members signed up to defend Australia and the freedoms we enjoy today.



 



Australian Light Horse Engineers
Australian Light Horse Engineers
Address: St Kilda Road, Shrine of Remembrance
City/Town: Melbourne
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the Australian Light Horse Engineers of World War One


Australian Light Horse Memorial
Australian Light Horse Memorial
Address: Riverpark Drive, Memorial Park
City/Town: Liverpool
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the Australian Light Horse which served in World War One



Australian Machine Gun Corps Memorial
Australian Machine Gun Corps Memorial
Address: Adelaide Street, Crypt, Shrine of Memories
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An ornate marble and bronze memorial which displays five enamelled unit colour patches, representing the five battalions attached to the five Australian Divisions during World War One.



It commemorates the Queensland members of the Australian Machine Gun Corps who died or were kiiled in World War One. 



Australian Mutual Provident Society Roll of Honour
Australian Mutual Provident Society Roll of Honour
Address: 68 Davey Street, RSL State Headquarters
City/Town: Hobart
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The polished and carved wood honour board was donated to the Returned Services League (RSL) by the Australian Mutual Provident Society.   It commemorates those who served in World War One, and it lists 10 names, with each name on the board is preceded by the colour patch of the unit in which the soldier served.



Australian Natives Association Honour Roll
Australian Natives Association Honour Roll
Address: Falls Road, Fish Creek Memorial Hall
City/Town: Fish Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Australian Natives Association Branch 213 Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



Australian Natives Association Honour Roll
Australian Natives Association Honour Roll
Address: Cowslip Street, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Violet Town
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Commemorates members of the Australian Natives Association who served in World War One


Australian Natives Association Honour Roll
Australian Natives Association Honour Roll
Address: 70 Albert Street, Creswick Museum
City/Town: Creswick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 ANA (Australian Natives Association) Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



Australian Natives Association Honour Roll
Australian Natives Association Honour Roll
Address: 22 Ottrey Street, Pyramid Hill RSL
City/Town: Pyramid Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the members of the australian Natives Association Branch 107 who served in World War One.



Australian Pioneer Battalions Memorial
Australian Pioneer Battalions Memorial
Address: Ann Street, ANZAC Square, Shrine of Memories
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorating the men of the Australian Pioneer Battalions who served in the First World War. The memorial tablet was unveiled on the 25th April 1935.



The Pioneer Battalions were attached to the 5 Australian Divisions and took the titles 1st - 5th Australian Pioneers. The Pioneers were responsible for the labour, construction and clearance on and off the battlefields.



Australian Red Cross-Pambula Branch Roll of Honour
Australian Red Cross-Pambula Branch Roll of Honour
Address: Quondola Street, Pambula Town Hall
City/Town: Pambula
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Australian Red Cross-Pambula Branch Roll of Honour


Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Patrick Street
City/Town: Bothwell
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.   he original avenue of trees was removed in the early 1990`s due to the age and size of the trees. The species chosen as a replacement was Japanese Maple.  There are no individual nameplates attached to the replacement trees.



Bothwell’s Avenue of Honour

Premier Plants First Tree

Impressive Ceremony

Bothwell, July 3.



The ceremony of planting the first tree in Bothwell’s Avenue of Honour took place this afternoon in the presence of a large and representative attendance. The proceedings opened with the National Anthem by the Bothwell Band.The Warden (Mr. A A Reid) explained that the Avenue was being planted as a fitting memorial to those brave men who had risked their all for King and country. One tree would be planted for every man enlisted from the district with the name, rank and unit inscribed on a copper plate on each tree guard. He was pleased indeed, that the avenue was an accomplished fact, and that in years to come they would have something to show what their soldiers had done. He introduced the Premier (Hon W H Lee) and thanked him for his attendance.



The Premier said it gave him very great pleasure to take part in the ceremony of planting the first tree in the Memorial Avenue to Bothwell soldiers. The people were to be congratulated on the very high spirit which prompted them to perpetuate the memory of the men who had answered the call of King and country. Bothwell had done remarkably well in the number of men, 108 to date, but he was sorry to see that the percentage of casualties was somewhat heavy: 27 brave fellows had made the supreme sacrifice, which tinged the ceremony with sadness. They had laid down their lives for the great principle for which the Empire and the Allies were fighting, and all ought to be thrilled with gratitude to these men and ever honour their memory. One of the finest things was the magnificent spirit of self-sacrifice of the mothers: and , although many sons had made the supreme sacrifice. The mothers counted the sacrifice not too great if it helped the Australia to retain its privileges. Thirty–six Bothwell men had been wounded, one was a prisoner; and 19 had returned. He spoke of the duty of the Commonwealth and State Governments and citizens to see that the wounded men on their return were fittingly provided for. He was pleased to find that no less than four Bothwell men – Percy Hirst, Vincent Geard, Thomas Evans, and Roderick Swindells – had won the Military Medal for bravery in the field. They ought to be very proud indeed of these men, and their names ought to be held in the very highest esteem by the people of the district because of their brave deeds and the honour conferred upon them. Thee trees were to be planted in commemoration of the loyalty and devotion of the men who were prepared to sacrifice all for Empire. They were fighting for Australia to preserve that priceless heritage maintained by the British flag and the British Empire against the aggressive militarism of Germany.



He hoped there would never come a time when anyone would think that Australia was not worth fighting for. He referred to certain conferences at which resolutions against continuing the war and in favour of making peace had been passed, and said that while Germany was guilty of outrages and atrocities there could be no talk of peace. When men talked of peace before Germany was beaten such men could have no respect for their country or for those who had fallen. They might as well stretch out the hand of friendship to a robber who had entered their house, outraged their women and carried off their possessions. Yet these were people who were talking of peace without reparation. What sort of peace did such men think that Germany would give now? God forbid that this should ever come as long as we had men and money to wage the war until a triumphant victory was won. He appealed to the manhood of those present to offer their services for King and country. The war was not finished, and might last a considerable time, and the cry was for men, and still more men. It was up to Australia to see that its army was properly reinforced, and to help keep the old flag flying. He hoped that the ceremony that day would remind eligible man of their responsibilities, and that some would say, “ We are going to our part, and have trees planted in our honour.” The Premier concluded by saying that he had been asked to appeal for the Red Cross. Large sums had been given, and they could not do better than give more to help the magnificent work of the Red Cross. He was pleased to see the local Town Hall almost covered with house badges, and heartily congratulated the people of Bothwell on the amount raised. He urged them to still purchase more badges, and continue the good work.



The Premier then planted the first tree in commemoration of Lance-Corporal Athol Blake, and he was heartily applauded.



Lieut. E E Jones said he held a brief for the men in the trenches and those who had already given their lives for their country. He felt that the places where the trees were to be planted, being in commemoration of men who had fallen, were sacred ground, but the message he was going to give was also sacred. There could be no better idea than the planting of trees in memory of their soldiers, and as an emblem of their sacrifices. The lives of many were ended, but in giving their lives they had planted the tree of freedom. They should think, every time they saw the trees, that all had a duty, and that no duty could be done without sacrifice. When men stopped to count the cost, they already failed in their duty. Every men knew, and must recognise the call of duty, and that they were fighting for justice, freedom, the purity of their women, and all things they were taught to hold dear. They were opposed to an enemy who cared nothing for what methods he used, however brutal, as long as he could win, and if he did win he would trample everyone under his feet. He urged men to come forward and do their duty if they were fit, and if they were in doubt about their fitness, to come and let the doctor decide. He described how men had to go back to the firing line not properly well owing to insufficient reinforcements and said that for this reason many died of wounds who might have been saved if they had been fit. Those who were eligible and remained at home were actually the murderers of these men. They were killed, not by Germans, but by those who could, and would not, relieve them. The referred to the number of young boys going into camp, while big strong men saw them off and attended dances. He could not understand why these men would not answer the call of duty. He knew that Bothwell and Tasmania had done well, but while there were men left they had not done well enough. He concluded by appealing for Red Cross funds, and urged all to give for the sake of their lands in France. The Premier again spoke, and called for cheers for the men at the front, while the Warden called for cheers for the Premier.



The local band played selections, and afternoon tea for the Red Cross was provided at the Town Hall.

Hobart Mercury : 4 July 1918



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Blyth Road
City/Town: Blyth
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Avenue of Honour commemorates those from the Blyth District who served in World War One. A plaque is situated on a rock in the centre of the trees.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Mundy Street
City/Town: Robe
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The pine trees were planted in memory of those who lost their lives in World War One. The plaque and cairn were erected to recognise the service personnel and citizens of Robe in times of war and peace.



The Progress Association have in hand the erection of sawn paling tree guards round the Norfolk Island pines, recently planted on the esplanade to the memory of the soldiers killed at the front; also a swing on the beach, and a four part shelter on the esplanade.

The Narracoorte Herald (SA), 16 October 1925.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Diggers Avenue
City/Town: Condobolin
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

At a meeting of the Condobolin Municipal Council on August 13, 1920, it was resolved that the Condobolin War Memorial Committee be granted permission to plant peppercorn trees on both sides of the road from the Lachlan River Bridge to the Forbes Road turnoff and that the plantation be named Diggers Avenue.



During World War One enlistments from Condobolin and district included three nursing sisters and sixty six young men lost their lives. It was considered that an avenue of trees would stand as a living memorial to their service and supreme sacrifice.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: O`Connell Road
City/Town: O`Connell
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour was planted to commemorate those who served in World War One. Funds were provided in 2013 for a commemorative stone wall to designate the avenue as a war memorial.



An avenue of 120 Desert Ash trees were planted in the period 1925 to 1927 as a World War One Memorial to local residents.  The existing avenue was established with trees raised from seed imported from the Middle East. The road was being widened in 2008 and five of the trees were poisoned mysteriously. An arborist report in 2010 recommended the rehabilitation of the trees where possible.



The link between the Desert Ash and the Middle-East theatre of war in which many O’Connell volunteers served during World War One is the first reason for the retention of this species, despite its short life span and often small stature. The second reason is the association with Lord Allenby. As General Sir Edmund Allenby, he was commander of the allied forces in the Middle East, including the ANZAC Light Horsemen, at the time of the famous charge at Beersheba and the series of victories which followed, culminating in the taking of Damascus in 1918.



After the war he visited Australia in 1926 and personally opened the first stages of the memorial avenue of Desert Ash trees at O’Connell.  The project was inaugurated in March 1925 and was officially opened by  Lord Allenby on 25 January 1926. Mr Eddie Gornall, the president of the O’Connell Progress Association, and a group of men and women of the community planted the trees. The local people held dances and musical events to raise funds for the project.



 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Gipps Street
City/Town: Tamworth
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Pyrenees Highway
City/Town: Amphitheatre
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



An avenue of 56 trees were planted in 1917 in honour of the district soldiers. The avenue was offically opened by Councillor Laidlaw , President of the Lexton Shire. Trees were also planted for Councillors, Laidlaw, Neal and Quayle in recognition of their assistance.



The Ballarat Courier, 11th June 1917.  



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Bacchus Marsh Road
City/Town: Bacchus Marsh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour was planted as a memorial to local soldiers who served in the First World War.



The avenue of honour was dedicated in 1918 when 281 Canadian elms were planted alongside more than two kilometres of road leading into the town. A bugle call allowed simultaneous planting to begin. The fallen were remembered in alphabetical order (allowing family members who died overseas to be recalled to mind, together in groups). The MLA for Ballarat West, Major Matthew Baird, a veteran of the Western Front, officiated.



Avenue of Honor tree planting will take place at Bacchus Marsh on Saturday next, 10th August. The places of business in Bacchus Marsh will close at 12 noon sharp on Saturday next which is Avenue of Honor day. Major Baird, M.L.A., of Ballarat will be present at the Honor of Avenue ceremony.  It is expected that the Bacchus Marsh Honor Avenue will extend nearly to the new concrete bridge at Hopetoun, as there are 265 trees to be planted.

Melton Express (Vic), 3rd August 1918.



 





 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Remembrance Drive
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Ballarat Avenue of Honour is significant as the earliest known memorial avenue to have been planted in Victoria, and appears to have stimulated similar plantings throughout Victoria in the years 1917 to 1921. They predominate in Victoria with the greatest concentration in the Central Highlands around Ballarat.



These avenues represented a new egalitarian approach in the commemoration of soldiers where service rank was not a consideration and are illustrative of a peculiarly Australian, populist and vernacular response to the experience of  World War One.



They had declined in popularity as a means of commemoration by the time of the Second World War. The Ballarat Avenue is the longest avenue of honour in Australia and, composed of exotic trees planted along a major road, is a dominant landscape feature in the low farming country with a powerful social message



 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Barnawartha
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour was planted to commemorate those who served in the First World War.



The road from Gilmour's corner to the school at Barnawartha presented a very animated appearance on Saturday morning, when a very fine muster of people met as a working bee to prepare the lane for the reception of the Soldiers' Avenue of Honor.  There has been much difficulty in securing the necessary wire netting for the guards, but it is hoped to have a final gathering on 28th inst. to plant the trees and erect the guards.

Federal Standard (Chiltern, Vic) 20 September 1918.



The Avenue of Honor is now complete. The committee has had much difficulty in securing the necessary materials, especially wire netting. This week two handsome donations of that commodity enabled the task to be completed. The Hughes family and Mr Bernard Gehrig donated a coil between them. On Wednesday afternoon the ceremony of tree planting was carried out. Mrs Barlow (wife of Councillor Barlow) had the honor of planting the first tree, which she did with the words-" I declare this tree well and truly planted."

Federal Standard (Chiltern, Vic), 18 October 1918.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Western Highway
City/Town: Beaufort
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



 It was planted in 1918 with an additional tree planting ceremony conducted in 1919 for soldiers who had been added to the honour roll.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Bridge Street, Botanic Gardens
City/Town: Benalla
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Monument commemorates the Avenue of Honour and those who fell in World War One.The Benalla Avenue of Honour originally lined both sides of Barkly Street with thirty silky oak trees, planted in 1918.  The avenue is no longer and the monument which marked where the avenue once stood is now in the Botanical Gardens.



The Benalla Avenue of Honour in memory of fallen soldiers was planted in Barkly Street, Benalla on the 3rd August 1918. The first tree was planted by Councillor Dunlop, the Shire President.  At a meeting of the Shire Council in 1934, a letter from the Benalla branch of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A stated the avenue would be completed on the 22nd September 1934 and asked the council to erect a tablet inscribed "Avenue of Honour". The council decided to leave the erection of the tablet in the hands of the engineer.  

The Ballarat Courier, 5th August 1918, The North Eastern Ensign ( Benalla), 14th September 1934.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Jasper Road, Bentleigh Reserve
City/Town: Bentleigh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour was planted on the 13th October 1917 in honour of the Bentleigh Soldiers. 70 trees were planted along the entrance to Bentleigh reserve and around the oval. Further trees were planted in 1920. It is not known how many original trees are still standing.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Wilson & Scanlan Streets
City/Town: Berwick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Berwick Avenue of Honour with approximately 35 English and Pin Oaks was planted in September 1917 to commemorate those who had served in World War One.  It was co-ordinated by the Berwick Progress Association with trees and tree-guards donated by Berwick residents.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Henty Highway
City/Town: Branxholme
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour of elm trees was planted in 1919 to commemorate those who served in World War One.    



A meeting was held in March 1919 for the purpose of planting an honour avenue for the soldiers who went abroad during the First World War. It was decided to plant the trees on the main road and subscription lists were opened and a total of ₤13 was subscribed by those present. Mr Gunning was elected secretary of the committee.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Western Highway
City/Town: Buangor
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour was planted in 1918 in memory of those who enlisted and served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Bullarook
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bullarook Avenue of Honour was planted in 1921 to commemorate those who served in the First World War.



Note :- It is unknown if the avenue still exists



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Montgomery Road, Colin Wrigglesworth Oval
City/Town: Bundalaguah
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour was planted to commemorate the First World War. A small monument lists the names of those who served from the area.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Byaduk-Penshurst & Hamilton-Port Fairy Roads
City/Town: Byaduk
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Byaduk Avenue of Honour was planted with 40 silky oak trees in 1918 to commemorate the men who served in World War One. The trees were planted from the intersection of the Hamilton - Port Fairy Road stretching west along the Penshurst Road to the old mill bridge. Each tree had a memorial plaque and guard. The original planting of Silky oaks were removed and replaced with claret ash trees and replanted on the 4th July 1963.



A memorial table on a concrete base was erected between 1957-8 to replace the cast-iron name plates at the foot of each tree as they had been badly vandalised. This tablet was designed by Holden of Holden and Grambau, Ballarat Road, Hamilton.

 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Colac-Ballarat Road
City/Town: Cambrian Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Cambrian Hill Avenue of Honour consists of sixty-two trees planted in 1917 to commemorate those who served in the First World War. The trees were planted on both sides of the main road.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Main Street
City/Town: Cudgewa
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.  It consists of around 270 mature plane and elm trees that line the Main Street. 



The Cudgewa Avenue of honour was planted on August 3rd 1917 in honour of the old boys of the Cudgewa and Cudgewa North School and others who enlisted to fight overseas in World War One. The first tree was planted by Mrs Mary Urquhart of Cudgewa Station in front of the public hall.



The Argus, Melbourne 10th August 1917.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Raglan Street, Midland Highway
City/Town: Daylesford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in  World  War One.



The Daylesford Avenue of Honour was originally planted with 80 sycamore trees along Raglan Street in September 1918 to commemorate the First World War. Additional trees were added at a later date.



The Argus (Melbourne) 4th September 1918



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Ballarat - Daylesford Road, Dean Primary School
City/Town: Dean
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour was planted in the School Drive in 1920 to commemorate World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Portland - Casterton Road & Buckingham Street
City/Town: Digby
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue was planted in 1917 in memory of soldiers who fought in World One. On the 27th July 1918 an additional 21 trees were planted on the avenue.



On Sunday the 27th January 1991 , there was a ceremony at Digby attended by approximately 450 people to celebrate the restoration of the town`s Avenue of Honour. Bronze plaques for the Digby and District service men who fought in the First World War were dedicated and placed by families at the foot of the avenue`s trees. There are 97 trees in the Avenue and 45 families of these soldiers had been traced at the time of the ceremony.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Church Road
City/Town: Drik Drik
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour which consists of Moreton Bay Fig Trees was planted by the citizens of Drik Drik in 1920 to commemorate those who served in World War One.



At the northern end of the avenue is a plaque attached to a boulder which sows a map of the avenue and the name of the serviceman designated to a tree.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Daylesford-Malmsbury Road
City/Town: Drummond
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour was planted by local residents to commemorate eleven soldiers who died in service or killed in action in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Eurack Road
City/Town: Eurack
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Eurack Avenue of Honour commemorates the 26 soldiers from the district who enlisted during World War One.   The 100 metre long avenue honours only those men who had enlisted by 1916, with a memorial board in the Eurack Recreational Hall honouring others who enlisted later. Three trees on the avenue were replaced in 2011. 



Each tree is marked with a painted concrete cross, which replaced original wooden crosses, and bears the names of the soldier, or soldiers, it commemorates.



The planting of the Avenue commenced as an Arbour Day project for the Eurack School in May 1916 on the initiative of Lieutenant George Pentreath, then head teacher of the school who enlisted in July 1916. Each tree is marked with a stylised white painted concrete cross bearing the name of the soldier it commemorates inscribed on a black marble plate.  The Eurack Avenue of Honour is the earliest known avenue of honour to be planted in Victoria.



Six of the trees are dedicated to brothers. One of the crosses commemorates Lord Kitchener, the British Secretary of State for War who was killed in 1916 when HMS Hampshire struck a mine en route to Russia.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Princes Highway
City/Town: Greenwald
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The trees were planted on the 22nd August 1918 to commemorate those who served in World War One.



23 pine trees were planted with a 9 foot sawn paling fence around them which contained the name of the soldier on each. The avenue was planted along the main road in front of the Greenwald State School. 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Buninyong-Mount Mercer Road
City/Town: Grenville
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour at Grenville is an avenue of Dutch elms on either side of the Buninyong-Mount Mercer Road, planted to commemorate those who served in World War One. 



The two Memorial Seats are placed at the southern end of the avenue so as to form a gateway to the avenue. They are constructed of concrete in the form of a concrete bench with two embossed copper panels set in a pillar at one end.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Harkaway & King Roads
City/Town: Harkaway
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

This Avenue is planted with Red Gums, the natives chosen by the local community to represent the national pride that evolved from Australian participation in the War. 29 trees were planted, though some originals have since been replaced with oaks. The memorial stone was unveiled on Anzac Day 1959.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Honour Avenue , Primary School
City/Town: Hawthorn West
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

30 trees were planted along Honour Avenue in memory of 30 ex-students who were killed in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Portland - Casterton Road
City/Town: Hotspur
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



The Avenue  is planted with native Australian Kurrajong trees.   



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Mount Eliza & Kerrie Hesket Roads
City/Town: Kerrie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Red Cedar and Douglas Fir trees which surround the former Kerrie Primary School No. 1290 were planted after World War One for every man who served in that war. 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Roughead Street & Wild Dog Valley Road
City/Town: Leongatha
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Denison Street
City/Town: Linton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: William Street
City/Town: Lismore
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: High Street
City/Town: Maldon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World war One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: High Street
City/Town: Marong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Marong Avenue of Honour, next to the Marong Hotel, was planted in 1920 to commemorate the First World War.



The Avenue was planted with six palms, three of which are Canary Palms (Phoenix canariensis). Each palm was planted for a serviceman who died in the war, and their names are listed on the Marong Memorial Gates.  Only three of the original palms survive.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Hamilton Highway
City/Town: Mortlake
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of mature Monterey cypress pine trees planted in the 1920`s commemorate those who served in World War One.  Most of the trees are marked with the name of the soldier they commemorate.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Drummond Street
City/Town: Oakleigh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.  At the head of the avenue of trees is a lamp standard with a sign and a plaque with names



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Officer
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Glenelg Highway
City/Town: Smythesdale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Hyacinth Street
City/Town: Violet Town
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour runs along Hyacinth Street, between Tulip Street and Marys Lane, and commemorates the ten soldiers from the district who died in World War One. Funds were received in 2013 to restore and upgrade the avenue.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: High Street
City/Town: Wallan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour consists of elm trees planted to commemorate the residents who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Whittlesea
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
City/Town: Wooreen
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Memorial Avenue & Gridley Street
City/Town: Eumundi
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A memorial avenue of fig and other trees commemorates a local serviceman who died or was killed in World War One. Each tree is accompanied by a small plaque.



Between 1914 and 1918, eighty seven men from Eumundi and the surrounding district served in World War One. The trees were planted to honour the twenty men who did not return. The impetus for the planting of the Memorial Trees was provided by the Eumundi Women’s Patriotic Committee.



The members of the Eumundi's Women's Recruiting Committee held a memorial tree planting on 6th October 1917 when six trees (Queensland Banyan) were planted in memory of local heroes who had fallen at the Front. On the 12th October 1918 under the auspices of the Eumundi Women's Patriotic Committee, a further twelve trees were planted by the nearest relatives of the Eumundi heroes who had fallen at the front. The third tree planting ceremony took place on the 23rd August 1919 when a further two trees were planted in Gridley Street making a total of twenty memorial trees planted in Eumundi.

The Brisbane Courier, 13th October 1917, 19th October 1918, Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, 29th August 1919.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Yandilla Street
City/Town: Pittsworth
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Pittsworth Avenue of Honour was planted to commemorate those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Leongatha-Yarragon Road
City/Town: Wooreen
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 The Wooreen Avenue of Honour, was established in July 1918, at Leongatha-Yarragon Road, Wooreen and is a memorial to local residents who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Victor Harbor & Aldinga Roads
City/Town: Willunga
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour consists of 100 trees which have been planted to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli Landing. 



The landing at Anzac Cove was part of the amphibious invasion of the Gallipoli Peninsula by Australian and New Zealand forces on April 25, 1915. The landing, north of Gaba Tepe on the Aegean coast of the Peninsula, was made by soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps and was the first significant combat of the war for these two countries.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: 458 Jericho Road, St James Anglican Church
City/Town: Jericho
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The churchyard contains an Avenue of Honour, consisting of a row of pine trees commemorating the local men and one woman who served in World War One.



 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Brockman Street, near Birdwood Park
City/Town: Balingup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An Avenue of Honour was planted in honour of the men of the district who died or were killed in World War One. Name plates were affixed to the trees by relatives of the fallen. In 2011 funding was allocated to replace the name plaques on the Avenue of Honour.



The State secretary of the Returned Soldiers' League (Mr. D. M. Benson) made available yesterday the programme for visit to Balingup next Saturday. The chief purpose of the visit is to declare open an avenue of trees planted in honour of men who enlisted from the district and lost their lives in the war. The land where the trees are was originally part of the Brooklands Estate, and has been handed over to the Balingup sub-branch of the league by the State Government. The avenue will eventually lead to the Brooklands Pool, one of the local beauty spots.

The West Australian (Perth), 18th August 1932.



 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Hopkins Highway
City/Town: Ellerslie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One. Thirty trees were originally planted in 1920, one for each man who enlisted, eleven of whom were killed.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Wallace Street
City/Town: Beeac
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The ceremony of planting a tree in memory of each of the Beeac soldiers who fell in World War One took place in Wallace Street on the 7th July 1917. The idea of the planting of the trees was conceived by the Patriotic Committee. The names of whom the trees represented were read out by the President of the Committee , Mr Stephens and the trees were numbered.



In 1915 a tree was planted in the road opposite the school in memory of Private Ernest Ilett a former scholar. A tree had also been planted in the town in 1916 in memory of Austin Turner another soldier who had fallen in World War One.



Colac Herald 11th July 1917



There are two Avenues of Honour in Beeac, the other is in Coulstone Street.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Glenelg Highway
City/Town: Skipton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Oxford, Goodwin, Stuart & Barramul Streets, Bulimba Memorial Park.
City/Town: Bulimba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The trees in this avenue were planted as a living tribute to the servicemen and women from Balmoral Shire who sacrificed their lives during the World War One.  The park was officially opened on 1 November 1919 by WH Barnes M.L.A. as the Bulimba Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Park.



The avenue was rededicated by Cr Ian McKenzie, Councillor for Holland Park Ward, on 13 November 2008



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Tourello Road
City/Town: Tourello
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One .



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Victoria Street
City/Town: Ballarat East
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

In 1917 Ballarat East planted a total of 490 trees (Fraximus species) as an Avenue of Honour to honour the men who had enlisted in the First World War. 



A handful of trees remain on one side of the road, the rest having been demolished, most during construction of the rail flyover in the 1960s.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: High Street
City/Town: Beaconsfield
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Beaconsfield Avenue of Honour was planted in 1919 and runs from opposite Akoonah Park up to 111 High Street (Old Princes Highway).



The planting was an unusual choice comprising of 123 Hybrid Black Poplars (Populus x canadensis robusta and Populus dectoides), and was organised by a local Holm Park resident and philanthropist Ada Armytage, to commemorate those Beaconsfield men who served in the First World War.

 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Berrys Creek Road
City/Town: Berrys Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The  Berrys Creek Avenue of Honour comprises of about 18 trees believed to have been planted in 1918-1919 to commemorate those who served in World War One.  The trees are on the roadside as well as on private property.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Old Sale Road
City/Town: Buln Buln
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Buln Buln Avenue of Honour consists of English Elm trees planted along Old Sale Road, from Brandy Creek Road to Buln Buln School. Originally 60 trees were planted to commemorate the First World War with a picket fence to protect them. The planting commenced on the 27th July 1918. 



The "Avenue of Honor" to the men who have enlisted from the Nilma district is to be commenced on Wednesday afternoon, and we understand that a similar function is to be held at Buln Buln on Saturday afternoon.

West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul), 23rd July 1918.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Towong Road
City/Town: Corryong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Corryong Avenue of Honour was planted on the 29th August 1918 to commemorate the men who had served in the First World War.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Boorhaman Road
City/Town: Dockers Plains
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Kardella-Fairbank Road
City/Town: Kardella
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An Avenue of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: 136 Main Street, Eldorado Museum (Old School )
City/Town: Eldorado
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A number of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.   It is believed that only three trees are still standing.



Two rows of trees were planted in the grounds of the Eldorado State School on the 21st July 1917 to commemorate and perpetuate the memories of the Eldorado Boys who had fought in World War One. The ceremony was attended by about 200 people. Wangaratta Chronicle 25th July 1917.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Jean Howie Drive, Balmoral Park
City/Town: Morningside
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of weeping figs (Ficus benjamina) commemorates those who died or were killed during World War One. 70 trees were originally planted of which only 19 remain.



The ground opposite the Morningside Railway Station recently acquired bythe Balmoral Shire Council for a recreation reserve was dedicated to the public by Mr W.H.Barnes M.L.A. on the 28th September 1919. The main feature of the park is an honour avenue right through from Cleveland Road to Bennetts Road on either side of which are planted are planted some 67 trees in memory of soldiers from the shire who fell in the Great War. The trees are the gift of the Welcome Home Committee and have metal plates attached bearing the deceased soldiers names with an A.I.F Crest. The plates are a gift from the council. The Brisbane Courier (Qld),29th September 1919.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Dean Street
City/Town: Albury
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Crane Street
City/Town: Ballina
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An avenue of trees commemorates those who served in World War One.  



The avenue of honour was originally planted in Cherry and Crane Streets but all the trees planted in Cherry Street are no longer in existence.



Note : As at 17-September-2014, a contributor informed us that there are no longer any trees left in Crane Street.



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Cape Otway Road & Considines Road
City/Town: Modewarre
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour was planted to commemorate those who died in service or were killed in action in World War One. The 31 trees on Cape Otway Road were planted to honour the 31 soldiers who served in World War One. Two other trees in the avenue are for General William Birdwood, who commanded the ANZAC forces at Gallipoli and Modewarre resident Albert Jacka, who won the Victoria Cross at Gallipoli.



To complete arrangements in connection with the soldiers' memorial tree planting scheme on Cape Otway Road, residents of Modewarra are to hold a meeting tomorrow night. The main details have already been arranged. Over 26 trees, each to commemorate the memory of one of the Modewarre district's fallen soldiers, are to be planted along the centre of the road opposite the State School. The road at this section is two chains wide. Several residents have promised young trees, and the Barrabool Shire Council has undertaken to erect treeguards to protect the plants. The work will be commenced at an early date and it is intended to plant the trees on Arbor Day. it is also proposed to plant an extra tree in honor of the leader of the Australian forces.

Geelong Advertiser (Vic), 31st May 1918.


 



Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Beerburrum Street
City/Town: Dicky Beach
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
An avenue of honour commemorates those who served in the Gallipoli campaign in World War One.

Avenue of Honour
Avenue of Honour
Address: Yapunyah Street
City/Town: Barellan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Pepper trees planted in 1920 commemorate the fallen of World War One. A plaque on the Pioneers Memorial gives details of the planting.



Memorial Trees.— On Friday afternoon last the avenue opposite the railway on the north side of Yapunyah Street was a busy place. No fuss was made, but a number of ladies, relatives of the district men who had fallen in the late war, planted some 40 trees in their memory. The ground had been made ready by returned men, comrades of the departed ones, and after the planting was over afternoon tea was provided for the workers by the Barellan ladies.

Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW), 3rd September 1920.



Avenue of Honour Memorial
Avenue of Honour Memorial
Address: Buckets Way, Leo Carney Park
City/Town: Krambach
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Monument commemorates a memorial avenue of trees planted in August 1919 in honour of the soldiers of Krambach who served Australia in World War One.



Avenue of Honour Memorial Plantation
Avenue of Honour Memorial Plantation
Address: Saxonwood Drive, Zerbes Reserve
City/Town: Doncaster East
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A plantation of 27 trees replaced the Avenue of Honour originally planted along Blackburn Road in 1920 by East Doncaster school children.



The trees from the original avenue were removed for road widening.



A tree grown from the seed of the Lone Pine of Gallipoli also is marked here.



 



Avenue of Honour Memorial Statues
Avenue of Honour Memorial Statues
Address: Marine Parade
City/Town: Lakes Entrance
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Trunks of six of the trees that originally formed the avenue of honour have been preserved and turned into sculptures representing scenes from the World War One period.


Sculptures represent a World War One soldier, a wounded soldier with a donkey, a World War One nurse, Simpson helping two wounded soldiers and a family waiting for their father.


Avenue of Honour Monument
Avenue of Honour Monument
Address: Bell Street & ANZAC Avenue,
City/Town: Yarra Glen
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Monument unveiled in 2010 dedicates the Avenue of Honour to the men of the 1st Australian Imperial Force who volunteered to serve in World War One.


The plaques were erected on 9 November 2009 courtesy of grants from the Victorian Veterans Council and the Australian Department of Veterans Affairs. The monument was formally unveiled at a ceremony on 21 February 2010 by the Hon Alan Griffin, MP, Minister for Veterans Affairs

 


On Sunday 2 May 1948 a Commemoration Service was conducted by the Yarra Glen & District Tourist and Progress Association and the RSSILA at which the avenue of oak trees was dedicated as a memorial to those who lost their lives in the two world wars. The trees were donated by Major E Lang. The street was re-named ANZAC Avenue at some time between 1948 and 1968.

 


Avenue of Honour Monument
Avenue of Honour Monument
Address: Ballarat-Colac Road
City/Town: Corindhap
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A monument lists the names of the soldiers for whom a tree was planted for in the Avenue of Honour.



Avenue of Honour Plaque
Avenue of Honour Plaque
Address: Wray Crescent
City/Town: Mount Evelyn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour Plaque replaced the old Avenue of Honour


Avenue of Honour Plaques
Avenue of Honour Plaques
Address: 3 Memorial Avenue, Emerald RSL
City/Town: Emerald
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Emerald Avenue of Honour was planted on what was known as Heroes Avenue in memory of twenty-three soldiers who served in the First World War. The Avenue no longer exists but the remaining name plaques from the avenue are on display in the Emerald RSL



Avoca & Lextion District Honour Roll
Avoca & Lextion District Honour Roll
Address: 157 High Street, RSL Memorial Hall
City/Town: Avoca
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
A framed paper honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One

Avoca A.N.A. Honour Roll
Avoca A.N.A. Honour Roll
Address: 157 High Street, RSL Memorial Hall
City/Town: Avoca
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One

Avoca Circuit Honour Roll
Avoca Circuit Honour Roll
Address: 104 Rutherford Street, Avoca Uniting Church
City/Town: Avoca
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One

Avoca Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Avoca Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Address: Rutherford Street , Avoca Fire Brigade
City/Town: Avoca
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Avoca Fire Brigade Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



 



Avoca State School Honour Roll
Avoca State School Honour Roll
Address: 118 Barnett Street, Avoca Primary School
City/Town: Avoca
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



 



Avon Plains State School Honour Roll
Avon Plains State School Honour Roll
Address: McMahon & Raglan Streets, Liberty Hall
City/Town: St Arnaud
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One

Ayr Honour Roll
Ayr Honour Roll
Address: 101 Burke Street, ANZAC Memorial Club
City/Town: Ayr
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Monument charcteristics :



Wooden honour roll 



No further information known as at June 2013



B H Globe Timber Company Limited ANZAC Honour Roll
B H Globe Timber Company Limited ANZAC Honour Roll
Address: 403 Argent Street, Broken Hill RSL Sub-Branch
City/Town: Broken Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the employees of the B. H. Globe Timber Company Limited who served in World War One



B. H. D. & W.E.U Honour Roll
B. H. D. & W.E.U Honour Roll
Address: Sulphide & Blende Streets, Broken Hill Trades Hall
City/Town: Broken Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates members of the B. H. D. and W.E.U who served in World War One



B.M.I.S. Honour Roll
B.M.I.S. Honour Roll
Address: 30 Main Street, Bealiba Hall
City/Town: Bealiba
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One

Baan Baa Roll of Honour
Baan Baa Roll of Honour
Address: Baranbah Road, Baan Baa Hall
City/Town: Baan Baa
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
The Baan Baa Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.

Baan Baa was en fete when a roll of honor was unveiled in the local school last Friday. The ceremony was performed by Mr. W. Wearne, M.L.A. The honor board is a beautiful piece of work, executed by a local firm and contains 51 names, several of whom have paid the supreme sacrifice.  In the evening a welcome home, taking the form of a banquet was tendered to Lance-Corp. Lennox, who had just returned from this front, having lost a limb.

Daily Observer (Tamworth, NSW), 4th May 1918.



Babinda War Memorial
Babinda War Memorial
Address: Munro Street, ANZAC Park
City/Town: Babinda
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The memorial commemorates those who served in World War One.



The memorial was unveiled by the Chairman of the Cairns Shire Council , Councillor S. Warner on the 25th April 1927. The total cost of the memorial was £100. After the unveiling ceremony the huge crowd adjourned to Beattie's Theatre for the commemoration programme. At the meeting a resolution had been handed to the President of the Committee, Mr Evans,  requesting " that ANZAC Day be decared a public holiday throughout the State. " Cairns Post (QLD), 27th April 1927.



Bacchus Marsh & Melton Honour Roll
Bacchus Marsh & Melton Honour Roll
Address: 203 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh RSL
City/Town: Bacchus Marsh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bacchus Marsh & Melton Honour Roll contains the names of those from the District who served in World War One . The Honour Roll is a framed certicate consisting of an arch which lists the battle campaigns of World War One down each side of the arch. Each side of the arch shows a woman holding a laurel wreath with the word "Victory" underneath the left column and "Freedom" underneath the right column.



Bacchus Marsh Dardanelles/ Gallipoli Honour Roll
Bacchus Marsh Dardanelles/ Gallipoli Honour Roll
Address: 2013 Main Road , Bacchus Marsh RSL Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bacchus Marsh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour roll commemorates those from Bacchus Marsh who served in the Dardanelles-Gallipoli campaign during World War One.



Back Creek State School Honour Roll
Back Creek State School Honour Roll
Address: 29 High Street, Atheneum Building
City/Town: Yackandandah
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One


Baddaginnie District Honour Roll
Baddaginnie District Honour Roll
Address: Palmerston Street, Baddaginnie Hall
City/Town: Baddaginnie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An wooden honour roll made from mountain ash commemorates those who served in World War One.   It was unveiled by Councillor George Walker in December 1919 at a function for returned servicemen. 



The names of the nurses who served in World War One were not added to this honour roll.



Baddaginnie State School Honour Roll
Baddaginnie State School Honour Roll
Address: Moore Street, Baddaginnie Primary School
City/Town: Baddaginnie
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Baddaginnie State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Baden Honour Roll
Baden Honour Roll
Address: Woodsdale Road, Baden Hall
City/Town: Baden
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Baden Honour Roll commemorates those who lost their lives during World War One.  It lists 5 names.



Badgebup Honour Roll
Badgebup Honour Roll
Address: Katanning-Nyabing Road, Badgebup District Hall
City/Town: Badgebup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Badgebup Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One. The roll contains 70 names.

 



No further information known as at May 2013.



 



Badger Creek District Roll of Honour
Badger Creek District Roll of Honour
Address: Badger Creek Road , V. C. Mullett Hall, next to Fire Station
City/Town: Badger Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Badger Creek Honour Roll
Badger Creek Honour Roll
Address: 275-279 Maroondah Highway, Healesville RSL Club
City/Town: Healesville
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Badger Creek State School Roll of Honour
Badger Creek State School Roll of Honour
Address: Badger Creek Road & Glen Eadie Avenue, Badger Creek Old School
City/Town: Badger Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bagdad Roll of Honour
Bagdad Roll of Honour
Address: 1712 Midland Highway, Uniting Church
City/Town: Bagdad
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bagdad Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



Note:  Church is now privately owned - no information regarding honour roll.



Bagshot State School Honour Roll
Bagshot State School  Honour Roll
Address: 690 Old Murray Road, Bagshot Hall
City/Town: Bagshot
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bairnsdale Rowing Club War Memorial
Bairnsdale Rowing Club War Memorial
Address: Nicholson Street, At Back of Court House in Riverine Street
City/Town: Bairnsdale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bairnsdale Rowing Club War Memorial is a memorial obelisk dedicated to the fifty-seven enlisted and fallen members of the Bairnsdale Rowing Club, who served with the AIF in the First World War.


Bajool-Ulam War Memorial
Bajool-Ulam War Memorial
Address: High Street
City/Town: Bajool
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bajool / Ulam War Memorial honours those from the district who served in World War One.



The memorial erected to perpetuate the memory of those who had served their country in the Great War was unveiled by Mr F.H. Forde M.L. A on the 17th December 1921. The memorial is in the form of an obelisk wholly of white marble from the Carrara Marble Company quarried at Ulam. The memorial was erected by Mr G.H.Jenkins, stonemason of Rockhampton at a cost of £125. In all 28 names are inscribed on the monument, 4 of whom made the supreme sacrifice.

Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton), 19th December 1921



Balaklava Soldiers Memorial Hospital
Balaklava Soldiers Memorial Hospital
Address: War Memorial Drive
City/Town: Balaklava
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Balaklava Soldiers Memorial Hospital was erected in memory of the soldiers of the district who lost their lives in World War One. The hospital was opened by the Chief Secretary (Hon. J.Bice) in March 1922.



Bald Hills Memorial Hall
Bald Hills Memorial Hall
Address: 2126 Gympie Road
City/Town: Bald Hills
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Memorial Hall was erected to commemorate those who served in World War One.  The arch gate is dedicated to those who served in World War Two.



The School of Arts and Memorial Hall at Bald Hills was opened in August 1920 by the Minister for Public Instruction, Mr J Huxham. Brigadier General Spencer Browne unveiled a memorial tablet. When completed the building cost approximately £700.

The Brisbane Courier, 28th August 1920.



Balgownie War Memorial
Balgownie War Memorial
Address: Balgownie Road & Para Street
City/Town: Balgownie
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Balgownie War Memorial


Balingup Honour Board
Balingup Honour Board
Address: Jayes Road, Balingup Town Hall
City/Town: Balingup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Balingup Honour Board honours those who served in World War One.



The Premier, at the invitation of the residents of Balingup, unveiled the Honour Roll at the Roads Board Hall on the 20th September 1917. The board ,which is made of jarrah, bears the names of 200 men several of whom have paid the supreme sacrifice.

Western Mail (Perth), 28th September 1917



Ball and Welch Honour Roll
Ball and Welch Honour Roll
Address: 200 Bessie Creek Road, Light Horse Museum
City/Town: Nar Nar Goon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ball and Welch Pty Ltd Honour Roll. (This honour roll was relocated from Melbourne)


Ballan Hospital Memorial Scroll
Ballan Hospital Memorial Scroll
Address: 33 Cowie Street, Ballan Hospital
City/Town: Ballan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Ballan State School Honour Roll
Ballan State School Honour Roll
Address: 8-14 Duncan Street, Ballan Primary School
City/Town: Ballan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Ballandean Great War Honour Board
Ballandean Great War Honour Board
Address: New England Highway, Ballandean Hall
City/Town: Ballandean
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ballandean Great War Honour Board honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Ballapur State School Honour Roll
Ballapur State School Honour Roll
Address: 22 Cumming Avenue (Birchip-Sea Lake Road) , Birchip Shire Hall
City/Town: Birchip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Ballarat Base Hospital Honour Roll
Ballarat Base Hospital Honour Roll
Address: Drummond Street North, Ballarat Base Hospital
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Ballarat Fire Brigade Roll of Honour
Ballarat Fire Brigade Roll of Honour
Address: Barkly & East Streets, Ballarat Fire Station
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates fire brigade members who served in World War One



Ballarat Grammar School Memorial Gates
Ballarat Grammar School Memorial Gates
Address: 201 Forest Street, Ballarat and Queens Anglican Grammar School
City/Town: Wendouree
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Church of England Grammar School Memorial Gates are dedicated in memory of the old boys of the school who fell in the Great War.



Ballarat High School Avenue of Honour
Ballarat High School Avenue of Honour
Address: Sturt Street, Ballarat High School
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Avenue of trees commemorate those who served in World War One. 350 trees were planted by students of the school on the 23rd July 1936.



Ballarat High School Roll of Honour
Ballarat High School Roll of Honour
Address: Sturt Street, Ballarat High School
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ballarat High School Roll of Honour commemorates 270 fallen and returned of World War One.



Balliang & District Honour Roll
Balliang & District  Honour Roll
Address: Bacchus Marsh-Balliang Road, Balliang Memorial Hall
City/Town: Balliang
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
A photographic honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.

Ballidu Progress Association Roll of Honour
Ballidu Progress Association Roll of Honour
Address: Alpha Street, Ballidu Hall
City/Town: Ballidu
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ballidu Progress Association Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013



Ballong School Honour Roll
Ballong School Honour Roll
Address: Prince Street, Woodside Hall
City/Town: Woodside
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Ballong School Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One. 


Balmain Rowing Club Roll of Honour
Balmain Rowing Club Roll of Honour
Address: White Street, Balmain Rowing Club
City/Town: Balmain
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Balmain War Memorial
Balmain War Memorial
Address: Beattie & Darling Streets, Loyalty Square
City/Town: Balmain
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Sandstone obelisk with mounted light on iron support. Four faces, each with a marble name plate. As dedicated in 1916, with a complete list of names published in the Sydney Morning Herald, the Memorial lists only those killed in actions prior to Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.) involvement on the Western Front (France).


The design of the memorial was submitted by Mr Raymond C. Nowland of Ashfield and the memorial was built from Bowral trachyte at a cost of about ₤200. 


Balmattum State School Honour Board
Balmattum State School Honour Board
Address: Sheans Creek Road, Balmattum Public Hall
City/Town: Balmattum
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Balnarring & District Roll of Honour
Balnarring & District Roll of Honour
Address: 3041 Frankston-Flinders Road, Balnarring Hall
City/Town: Balnarring
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Banana Shire Honour Board
Banana Shire Honour Board
Address: Dawson Highway, Sutherland Hall
City/Town: Banana
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Banana Shire Honour Board honours those from the district who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Bangalow War Memorial Clock
Bangalow War Memorial Clock
Address: 30 Byron Street, Bangalow Post Office
City/Town: Bangalow
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bangalow War Memorial Clock


Bangholme Honour Roll
Bangholme Honour Roll
Address: 4 Thames Promenade, Chelsea RSL
City/Town: Chelsea
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Bangor Honour Roll
Bangor Honour Roll
Address: Main North Road, Wirrabara Institute
City/Town: Wirrabara
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bangor Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bangor Roll of Honour
Bangor Roll of Honour
Address: 8 Paling Track, Former Anglican Church now Private residence
City/Town: Bangor
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bangor Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 38 names.



During the currency of the war Bangor has steadily responded to the call for recruits, and few eligibles remain. It was thought fitting that some mark of recognition should be placed on record. A committee formed for the purpose decided to place a roll of honour in the church. The unveiling took place on Sunday evening, the Rev. W. Greenward (rector for the parish) performing the ceremony in the presence of a large congregation. The roll, which contains 33 names, four of whom have made the supreme sacrifice, is made or polished blackwood. Above the names are the Union Jack and Australian flag, then a crown and cross above the names in transcript of those fallen. The lettering is in gold.

Examiner (Launceston), 21 December 1917.



The building where the honour roll is a de-consecrated church and is now a private residence.



Bangor School Roll of Honour
Bangor School Roll of Honour
Address: 8 Paling Track, Former Anglican Church now Private residence
City/Town: Bangor
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bangor School Roll of Honour commemorates past students of the Bangor School who served in World War One.  It lists 40 names.



Banjup Memorial Park
Banjup Memorial Park
Address: Armadale Road, Rose Shanks Reserve, Banjup Memorial Park
City/Town: Banjup
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Banjup Memorial Park was established in 1920 and initially comprised an avenue of 14 trees. A memorial plaque that reads 'Banjup Memorial Reserve' was dedicated to those men from Banjup who had enlisted in World War One indicating whether they had died or were wounded. This Memorial has the dubious honour of recording the highest 'Killed in Action' and ' Wounded' ' on a percentage basis, than any other War Memorial in Western Australia.



As a number of trees have required replacement over the years, there is an assortment of tree species at varying ages, including Jarrah ( Eucalyptus marginata), Tuart (Eucalyptus gomphocephela), Grevillea and Red Flowering Gum (Corymbia ficifolia)



In 2012, the proposed widening of Armadale Road to dual carriageway will require the memorial land that protrudes into the Armadale Road Reserve to be shifted, relocating the whole memorial approximately 5.1 metres north from the current position. This will require the removal of the two trees located at the front of the memorial and as such two new trees will need to be planted in the revested land at the rear.



The Cockburn RSL and the City of Cockburn consider that it is within the community’s interest to use the widening of Armadale Road as an opportunity to improve the memorial thereby endorsing its significance in Banjup. As the dedication plaque will be relocated to the rear of the lot, the RSL wish to upgrade it by transferring the original plate to a more substantial form such as a new large granite block engraved with a commemorative inscription derived from consultation with the RSL.



 



Banjup Roll of Honour
Banjup Roll of Honour
Address: Davilak Avenue, Azelia Ley Homestead Museum, Manning Park
City/Town: Hamilton Hill
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Timber honour roll plaque with individual name plates in gold lettering honours those who served in World War One.



During the past few weeks the settlers of Banjup have been busy improving the appearance of the Jandakot Road Board Hall. The grounds have been fenced and a gravel footpath constructed, while trees have been planted, forming an avenue of honour, in recognition of those who have volunteered for active service. On Saturday last the unveiling of an honour board took place, when a large number of friends and relatives of those on active service attended. The Rev. John Beukers conducted a short service, after which he called on Mesdames Joyce and Ribe, both of whom have three sons at the war, to unveil the board. The board, which is of polished jarrah, is the work of Mr. D. Clarke, a local resident, who presented it to the district free of cost.

The West Australian, 30th August 1917.



Bankstown RSL Club Honour Roll
Bankstown RSL Club Honour Roll
Address: 32 Kitchener Parade, Bankstown RSL Club
City/Town: Bankstown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Bannockburn School Honour Roll
Bannockburn School Honour Roll
Address: High Street, Bannockburn Primary School
City/Town: Bannockburn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Banyo Roll of Honour
Banyo Roll of Honour
Address: 284 St Vincents Road, Library
City/Town: Banyo
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Baptismal Font
Baptismal Font
Address: 717 Flinders Street, Mission to Seafarers
City/Town: Docklands
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An unnamed member of the Ladies Harbour Lights Guild gifted the Baptismal font in 1917 as a memorial to two apprentices on the "Galgorm Castle" which was torpedoed and sunk on a voyage from Argentina to Ireland in early 1917



Baptist Church Honour Roll
Baptist Church Honour Roll
Address: Baptist Church
City/Town: Warracknabeal
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Baptist Church Roll of Honour
Baptist Church Roll of Honour
Address: Liffey Road, Liffey Baptist Church
City/Town: Liffey
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour roll commemorates parishioners who served in World War One.  It lists 5 names.



Baptist Church Roll of Honour
Baptist Church Roll of Honour
Address: 89 Murray Street, Council Chambers
City/Town: Gawler
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Gawler Baptist Church Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



Baptist Church World War One Memorial
Baptist Church World War One Memorial
Address: 88 Kooyong Road , Armadale Baptist Church
City/Town: Armadale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Armadale Baptist Church Stained Glass Window was proposed as a suitable memorial in October 1919 to honour 48 members of the church who had enlisted in World War One.



Baptist Sunday School Roll of Honour
Baptist Sunday School  Roll of Honour
Address: 9 Fourth Street , Orroroo Historical Society Archives
City/Town: Orroroo
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 The honour roll is a hand written certificate which commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bar Beach Memorial Drive
Bar Beach Memorial Drive
Address: Memorial Drive & High Street, The Hill
City/Town: Bar Beach
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A public road commemorates World War One veterans. The road is approximately 1.6 kilometres long, and marked with a 1 metre high triangular concrete tapered obelisk at Memorial Drive.



Baradine and District Soldiers Memorial Hall
Baradine and District Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: Narren Street
City/Town: Baradine
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Baradine and District Soldiers Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served in World War One.



Mr. A. J. Pincham officially opened the handsome Soldiers' Memorial Hall at Baradine, and the ceremony was most impressive. The attendance was large and representative, including visitors from nearly every district centre. The hall is constructed of concrete, and it is a fine example of architecture. The main entrance is arrived at through a portico having on either side round, pillars of concrete. Over the front are the words "fidelis ad urnam" (faithful unto death). The building has a frontage of 50ft. and a depth of 30ft. Mr. Pincham in the course of his remarks, said the hall was an indestructible monument to the memory of men who were faithful unto death. Mrs Matthews, a very highly respected resident of Baradine, unveiled the honor roll, which contains 75 names.

Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW), 25 November 1926.



 



Baradine Honour Roll
Baradine Honour Roll
Address: Narren Street, Baradine Memorial Hall
City/Town: Baradine
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Baradine Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Mr. A. J. Pincham officially opened the handsome Soldiers' Memorial Hall at Baradine, and the ceremony was most impressive. The attendance was large and representative, including visitors from nearly every district centre. The hall is constructed of concrete, and it is a fine example of architecture. The main entrance is arrived at through a portico having on either side round, pillars of concrete. Over the front are the words "fidelis ad urnam" (faithful unto death). The building has a frontage of 50ft. and a depth of 30ft. Mr. Pincham in the course of his remarks, said the hall was an indestructible monument to the memory of men who were faithful unto death. Mrs Matthews, a very highly respected resident of Baradine, unveiled the honor roll, which contains 75 names.

Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW), 25 November 1926.



Baranduda State School Honour Roll
Baranduda State School Honour Roll
Address: 7 Verbena Street
City/Town: Baranduda
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The  Baranduda State School Honour Roll was unveiled on the 3rd October 1919 and contained the names and photographs of 20 former students of the school who had served in World War One. Half of those students had paid the supreme sacrifice. The roll was unveiled by Mr Beardmore during a picnic in the school grounds. Wodonga & Towong Sentinel 10th October, 1919.



The school was burnt to the ground in 1927 and it is not known whether the original honour roll survived.



Barangarook West School Honour Roll
Barangarook West School Honour Roll
Address: 21 Murry Street, Colac RSL
City/Town: Colac
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Barangarook West School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Barcaldine War Memorial
Barcaldine War Memorial
Address: Ash & Beech Streets
City/Town: Barcaldine
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Barcaldine War Memorial was erected in memory of the soldiers and nurses who enlisted from the district in World War One.   The memorial is a white marble clock tower which was decided upon by public ballot held in 1922 after the Barcaldine Shire Council initiated the proposal for a memorial.



The War Memorial was unveiled by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Matthew Nathan on the 21st May 1924. A large crowd had gathered at the memorial including schoolchildren from the three schools, and on arrival of His Excellency the National Anthem was sung.  The Chairman of the Shire, Mr Lyons gave a brief history of the memorial which had been erected by the ladies of Barcaldine and District in memory of those who had served in the Great War. The ladies of the district had taken over the contributions for the memorial and the amount required was raised in a few months. The Governor unveiled the memorial and read aloud the names of all those who had fallen. The Longreach Leader, 30th May 1924



Barcoo River Bridge Plaques
Barcoo River Bridge Plaques
Address: Isisford- Emmet Road
City/Town: Isisford
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The original Barcoo River Bridge at Isisford was built in 1928 in memory on the soldiers who fought in the 1914-1918 war.



The bridge was dedicated to soldiers of the Shire who fought in the Great War. The dedication ceremony was performed by the Reverend Hoog of Blackall on the 30th September 1928. The bridge was officially opened by Mr.F. Bulcock M.L.A. who had travelled from Brisbane at the invitation of the Isisford Shire Council. Mr Bulcock cut the ribbon being held by Miss Ruth Bulcock and Miss Margaret Hooper and the returned soldiers present marched across the bridge followed by the Chairman and Councillors and about 40 cars and the public.

The Western Champion (Barcaldine), 13th October 1928.



Barellan District Honour Board
Barellan District Honour Board
Address: Bendee Street, Barellan Community Centre
City/Town: Barellan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Barellan District Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War One. The Board was erected by the ladies of the district.

Barham War Memorial Hall
Barham War Memorial Hall
Address: Murray Street
City/Town: Barham
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who died or were killed in World War One



Baringhup School & District Honour Roll
Baringhup School & District Honour Roll
Address: Wills Street , Baringhup Public Hall
City/Town: Baringhup
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



The current honour roll has a  "Baringhup Boys" section at the bottom of it.  This is from a different honour roll and is not an integral piece of the Baringhup School and District Honour Roll.  It was part of a separate honour roll that was badly damaged either by a fire or flooding, and the cap piece was the only section recovered. 



 



Barker`s Creek School Honour Roll
Barker`s Creek School Honour Roll
Address: 36 Mostyn Street, RSL Hall
City/Town: Castlemaine
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Barkly Street Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Barkly Street Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Address: 18 Barkly Street, Barkly Street Uniting Church
City/Town: Ballarat
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those from the Barkly Street Methodist Church who served in World War One from 1914 to 1915



Barkly Tableland Shire Council Roll of Honour
Barkly Tableland Shire Council Roll of Honour
Address: Barkly Highway, Camooweal Community Hall
City/Town: Camooweal
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Barkly Tableland Shire Council Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Barkstead State School Honour Roll
Barkstead State School Honour Roll
Address: 20 Vincent Street, Daylesford RSL
City/Town: Daylesford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour roll commemorates students from the Barkstead State School who served in World War One.



Barmera Memorial Hall
Barmera Memorial Hall
Address: Barwell Avenue,
City/Town: Barmera
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Barmera Memorial Hall commemorates those who paid the supreme sacrifice in World War One. The foundation stone was laid by F. McMillan Esq. M.P. on the 6th July 1929.



The Barmera Memorial Hall was opened by the Minister of Irrigation (Mr. Cowan). The building occupies a prominent position in the main avenue and is the largest the stone building in the district. The foundation stone was laid by Mr. McMillan, member for the district, in July, building operations having commenced in May. The stone used for the front was quarried at Spring Cart Gully, between Berri and Renmark, and the local quarries supplied stone for the other walls.

The Advertiser (Adelaide), 9th November 1929.



Barnawartha & District Memorial Tablet
Barnawartha & District Memorial Tablet
Address: High Street & Indigo Creek Road, Barnawartha Memorial Hall
City/Town: Barnawartha
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Barnawartha & District Memorial Tablet commemorates those who lost their lives in World War One. The tablet was originally unveiled in March 1923.



On Sunday the Soldiers' Memorial Hall at Barnawartha was packed, the occasion being the unveiling of the memorial tablet to district soldiers who lost their lives in the Great War. Mr. D. Anderson, president of the Hall Committee, was in the chair, having on his right Brigader General Elliott. Mr. H. Beardmore, M.L.A., was on his left. On the platform also were Revs. Taylor, Blair and Father O'SulIivan, Cr. L. Whitehead, and a number of Wodonga and local soldiers.



The chairman called on Brigadier General Elliott to unveil the tablet. The general, who was cheered, said they had assembled that day to pay honor to the men who laid down their lives in the Great War. All over Australia they were erecting memorial tablets., etc., to their memories, and he was pleased and proud to be there that day.

Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW), 30 March 1923.



Barnawartha Memorial Hall
Barnawartha Memorial Hall
Address: High Street & Indigo Creek Road
City/Town: Barnawartha
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Barnawartha Memorial Hall was erected by voluntary subscription to commemorate those from the district who served in World War One. The hall was opened on the 21st December 1921.



On Saturday afternoon last the foundation stone of the new Soldiers' Memorial Hall at Barnwartha was laid by Senator Pearce, Minister of Defence, in the presence of a large gathering of local residents. The scaffolding at the front of the new building was tastefully decorated with bunting and wattle blossoms. The new hall is situated on an admirable site in the centre of the township, at the intersection of the main Sydney road and the Indigo and Valley road. The land was a free gift to the committee from Mr. William Ryan, of Barnawartha, and was a noble and generous one.



The new hall when completed, will be a most commodious and imposing structure, with large main hall, committee rooms and every requisite convenience. The building is being constructed entirely in reinforced concrete from plans prepared by Mr. McKnight, architect, of Rutherglen, and the work is being carried out by Mr. Jas. Scott.

Wodonga and Towong Sentinel (Vic), 15 July 1921.



What promises to be a "red letter" day for Barnawartha is the opening of the Soldiers` Memorial Hall thereat on Wednesday next. The building, which is a credit to the town and district, is situated nearly opposite the business premises of Miss McNeil, and was erected entirely by voluntary subscription.

Wodonga and Towong Sentinel (Vic), 16 December 1921.



 



Barnawartha State School 1489 Honour Roll
Barnawartha State School 1489 Honour Roll
Address: High Street & Indigo Creek Road, Barnawartha Memorial Hall
City/Town: Barnawartha
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Barnawartha State School 1489 Honour Roll is a photographic honour roll commemorating former scholars of the school who served in World War One. The centerpiece of the roll is a photo of the school.

Barnes Bay War Memorial
Barnes Bay War Memorial
Address: Church Road, St Peter`s Church
City/Town: Barnes Bay
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Obelisk commemorates those who served in World War One. The memorial lists five names.



His Excellency, the Governor accompanled by Colonel Evans, paid an official visit to Bruny Island on Monday. He will remain there for the remainder of the week. This is the first occasion for over 50 years that a State Governor has visited Bruny, the last being Governor Gore Browne. His Excellency was  entertained at a luncheon in Barnes Bay Hall, and was presented with an album of Bruny views, in lieu of an address. He unveiled a memorial column to fallen soldiers and an honour roll in the church. The Ven. Archdeacon Whitington performed the religious part of the latter ceremony.

Examiner (Launceston), 24th November 1919.



Barnett Glass Rubber Company Honour Roll
Barnett Glass Rubber Company Honour Roll
Address: 200 Bessie Creek Road, Light Horse Museum
City/Town: Nar Nar Goon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Barnett Glass Rubber Company Honour Roll. (This honour roll was relocated from Melbourne)


Barolin State School Roll of Honour
Barolin State School Roll of Honour
Address: Lihs Street, Elliott Heads Progress Hall
City/Town: Elliott Heads
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Barolin State School Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Barrengarry Public School Roll of Honour
Barrengarry Public School Roll of Honour
Address: 2029 Moss Vale Road, Kangaroo Valley Pioneer Museum Park
City/Town: Kangaroo Valley
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Barrengarry Public School Roll of Honour is a timber honour roll


 


Barrier District No 12 M.U.I.O.O.F. Roll of Honour
Barrier District No 12 M.U.I.O.O.F. Roll of Honour
Address: 230 Blende Street, Sulphide Street Station Railway & Historical Museum
City/Town: Broken Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates brethren of the Barrier District No 12 M.U.I.O.O.F. who enlisted in World War One



The District Honour Roll of The Manchester Unity I.O.O.F was unveiled in Tait’s Hall on the 18th October 1916. Barrier Miner (Broken Hill)18th October 1916



Barrier District Roll of Honour
Barrier District Roll of Honour
Address: 403 Argent Street, Broken Hill RSL Sub-Branch
City/Town: Broken Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Barrier District Roll Of Honour


Barry`s Reef Honour Roll
Barry`s Reef Honour Roll
Address: Byres & Golden Point Roads, Blackwood Hall
City/Town: Blackwood
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Barry`s Reef Honour Roll


Barton Hall Roll of Honour
Barton Hall Roll of Honour
City/Town: Campbell Town
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Barton Hall is no longer functioning; the Honour Board was placed into private hands until an appropriate location was found.  Unknown location 





Honour Board in the mantelpiece style, made of dark wood with gilt lettering.



Barwon Rowing Club War Memorial
Barwon Rowing Club War Memorial
Address: Barwon Terrace, Barwon River bank
City/Town: South Geelong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A monument commemorates members of the Barwon Rowing Club who died or were killed in World War One



Basket Range War Memorial
Basket Range War Memorial
Address: Range & Burdetts Roads
City/Town: Basket Range
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Basket Range War Memorial commemorates the fallen of World War One. Funds were received in 2013 for restoration of the memorial.



An impressive ceremony took place at Basket Range before a large gathering on the 19th January when an obelisk of marble, erected in memory of nine local soldiers, was unveiled. The gathering was presided over by Dr. S. L. Dawkins. Chaplain the Rev. Donald McNicol referred in the highest terms to the courage and resource of the Australian soldier. He mentioned that the teachings of Bolshevism were antagonistic to the principles of Christianity, and if Australia allowed itself to be led astray by Bolshevism the heroic sacrifices which had been made during the four years of the war had been made in vain. Mr. Angas Parsons, K.C., M.P., unveiled the obelisk. He said the monument had been erected to commemorate the sacrifice made in what history would call the war for freedom.  These men were sons of Basket Range, and the hillsmen of the locality had erected this permanent memorial of the valor of their own men. The obelisk, standing four square to all the winds that blew, would perpetuate the memory oí nine great men, and the committee and the residents were to be congratulated upon seeing their duty to these heroes and fulfilling it in such an appropriate way. These men were numbered among the 55,554 soldiers of Australia who had fought and fallen.

The Advertiser (Adelaide), 21st January 1919.



Bass District Honour Roll
Bass District Honour Roll
Address: Hade Avenue, Bass Hall
City/Town: Bass
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Bassendean War Memorial
Bassendean War Memorial
Address: 46 Old Perth Road
City/Town: Bassendean
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Granite obelisk mounted on a wide, square base and plinth.   There are four marble faces on which the veterans` names are inscribed. The memorial will be relocated to BIC Reserve in front of the Bassandean Memorial Library and restored in 2013 as part of a Civic Gardens project.



The West Guildford Soldiers Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War One and was unveiled by His Excellency, the Governor of Western Australia, Sir Francis Newdegate on the 12th December 1920. His Excellency stated in his address that part of the appreciation of the memorial was that it had been erected by two returned soldiers who had taken part with those whose names were inscribed on the memorial. It was intended to inscribe the names of all who had enlisted at a later date.

The West Australian (Perth) ,20th December 1920.



 



Bathumi State School Honour Roll
Bathumi State School Honour Roll
Address: Belmore Street, Yarrawonga Town Hall
City/Town: Yarrawonga
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One


Bathurst All Saints War Memorial Hall
Bathurst All Saints War Memorial Hall
Address: Church Street, All Saints Cathedral
City/Town: Bathurst
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Bathurst All Saints War Memorial Hall


Bathurst High School Roll of Honour
Bathurst High School Roll of Honour
Address: 190 Hope Street, Bathurst High School
City/Town: Bathurst
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bathurst High School Roll of Honour


Bathurst Public School Roll of Honour
Bathurst Public School Roll of Honour
Address: 281 George Street, Administration Building, Bathurst Public School
City/Town: Bathurst
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bathurst Public School Roll of Honour


Bathurst South Public School Roll of Honour
Bathurst South Public School Roll of Honour
Address: Havannah Street, Bathurst South Public School
City/Town: Bathurst
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bathurst South Public School Roll of Honour contians the names of 135 former students of the school who served in World War One.  The Roll of Honor was restored and unveiled at 2.00 pm on Friday, July 26th 2013.



The honor board originally came from the 1880 school which was partly destroyed by fire in 1966. Upon being found cut up into sections in a roof cavity in the former school , it was decided to ask the Men’s Shed under Mr David Buckby to restore the roll of honor which was in a shocking condition with damage to the bottom gold leaf lettering.  The board is now situated in the  new assembly hall in the newer South Bathurst Public School built in 1968.



Battle of Fromelles
Battle of Fromelles
Address: 2-26 Marshalltown Road, Mercy Place Rice Village
City/Town: Marshall
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Plaque erected in memory of Australian soldiers who were killed or wounded at the Battle of Fromelles during World War One.



The Battle of Fromelles occurred in France between 19 and 20 July 1916, during World War I. Fromelles was a combined operation between British troops and the Australian Imperial Force (AIF). It would be the first occasion that the AIF saw action on the Western Front. After a night and a day of fighting, 1,500 British and 5,533 Australian soldiers were killed, wounded or taken prisoner. The Australian War Memorial describes the battle as "the worst 24 hours in Australia's entire history." It was a decisive victory for the German Empire, and the Australian and British losses were sustained without the Allies gaining any ground.



Battle of Lone Pine
Battle of Lone Pine
Address: North Terrace & Kintore Avenue, Behind War Memorial
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A tree commemorates the ANZACs and the Battle Of Lone Pine that occured during World War One.



The Battle of Lone Pine was fought between Australian and Turkish forces during the First World War between 6 and 10 August 1915. Part of the Gallipoli campaign, the battle was part of a diversion to draw Turkish attention away from the main assaults against Sari Bair, Chunuk Bair and Hill 971, which became known as the August Offensive.



Bayswater District Honour Roll (Replacement)
Bayswater District Honour Roll (Replacement)
Address: 61 Broun Avenue, City of Bayswater Administration Centre
City/Town: Morley
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bayswater District Honour Roll (Replacement) replaces the original board which was held in the Bayswater RSL which no longer exists. It is not known what has become of the original roll. 



The original roll was unveiled by the Governor at the Bayswater Town Hall on the 27th April 1917 in honour of those who served in World War One.

The West Australian,19th April 1917.



Bayswater Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Bayswater Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Address: 114 King William Street, Halliday House
City/Town: Bayswater
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Timber honour board with the Australian Coat of Arms and crossed flags, the Union Jack and Australian flag commemorates those from the church who served in World War One.

 



No further information known as at May 2013.



 



Bayswater Roll of Honour
Bayswater Roll of Honour
Address: 626 Mountain Highway, RSL Club
City/Town: Bayswater
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Monument characteristics : 



A polished wooden board



Beachport Public School Honour Roll
Beachport Public School Honour Roll
Address: 5 Railway Terrace, Beachport Museum
City/Town: Beachport
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Beachport Public School Honour Roll commemorates old scholars from the scholl who served in World War One.

Beaconsfield District Roll of Honour
Beaconsfield District Roll of Honour
Address: West Street, Beaconsfield Museum
City/Town: Beaconsfield
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Beaconsfield District Roll of Honour is a printed honour roll which contains 258 names of those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at November 2013



 



Beaconsfield Primary School Roll of Honour
Beaconsfield Primary School Roll of Honour
Address: 33 Grubb Street, Beaconsfield Primary School
City/Town: Beaconsfield
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Beaconsfield Primary School Roll of Honour lists 215 names of those who served in World War One.



The Premier, accompanied by Mrs. Lee, visited Beaconsfield on Monday afternoon for the purpose of unveiling the state

school honour roll. The board is 7ft. high by wide made of blackwood, and polished. It will be hung in the state school. Already there are about 140 names inscribed, and others have to be added. The board, which was covered by the Union Jack, was placed on the platform, and was held by two returned soldiers-Sergt. McLellan and Corp. Kolb, and seated on either side were the members of the council, hospital board, and ministers of the various churches. The Premier referred to the excellent concert given by the children.

Examiner, Launceston, 6th December 1916.



Bealiba State School Honour Roll
Bealiba State School Honour Roll
Address: Grant Street, Bealiba Primary School
City/Town: Bealiba
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bears Lagoon Casualties
Bears Lagoon Casualties
Address: Loddon Valley Highway, Bears Lagoon Tennis Pavilion
City/Town: Bears Lagoon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A metal shield commemorates those who died or were killed in World Wr One



Bears Lagoon School Honour Roll
Bears Lagoon School Honour Roll
Address: Loddon Valley Highway, Bears Lagoon Tennis Pavilion
City/Town: Bears Lagoon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates students of the Bears Lagoon School who served in World War One.



Beaumaris Uniting Church Honour Roll
Beaumaris Uniting Church Honour Roll
Address: Dalgetty Road & Gibb Street, Beaumaris Uniting Church
City/Town: Beaumaris
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Beaumaris Uniting Church Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.


Beazleys Bridge Honour Roll
Beazleys Bridge Honour Roll
Address: Navarre Road, Beazleys Bridge Public Hall
City/Town: Beazleys Bridge
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Bectric District Honour Roll
Bectric District Honour Roll
Address: 29 Junee Road, Temora Rural Museum
City/Town: Temora
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those from the Bectric District who served in World War One.


Monument characteristics :


Marble honour roll with black lettering


Bedfordale Roll of Honour
Bedfordale Roll of Honour
Address: Orchard Avenue, City of Armadale History House Museum
City/Town: Armadale
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bedfordale Roll of Honour ,originally hung in Bedfordale Hall, honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013



Beeac Methodist Church Honour Roll
Beeac Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: Main Street, St Andrews Uniting Church
City/Town: Beeac
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Beeac Methodist Church Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



Beeac Presbyterian Church Honour Roll
Beeac Presbyterian Church Honour Roll
Address: Main Street, St Andrews Uniting Church
City/Town: Beeac
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Beeac Presbyterian Church Honour Roll was unveiled on the 20th May 1917 by Reverend Alex Yule, a former pastor of the Beeac church. The roll of polished oak contained the names of 20 young men who had been connected to the Church and Sunday School who had fought in the Great War . Opposite the names of those who had made the supreme sacrifice was a gold star. Additional names of those who had enlisted and were about to leave the country were added at a later date. Colac Herald 23rd May 1917



Beech Forrest Honour Roll
Beech Forrest Honour Roll
Address: Nelson Street, Coloc Otway Shire Council
City/Town: Apollo Bay
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Beechworth Bowls Club Honour Roll
Beechworth Bowls Club Honour Roll
Address: Albert Road & Harper Avenue, Beechworth Bowls Club
City/Town: Beechworth
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The  Beechworth Bowls Club Honour Roll lists  those who served in World War One.


Beechworth Masons Honour Roll
Beechworth Masons Honour Roll
Address: Loch Street, Beechworth Masonic Lodge
City/Town: Beechworth
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The  Beechworth Masons Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.


Beechworth Shire Honour Roll
Beechworth Shire Honour Roll
Address: Ford Street, Town Hall
City/Town: Beechworth
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Honour Roll is a marbled honour roll with gold lettering and was erected to the memory of the soldiers who enlisted from the Beechworth Shire. The roll was unveiled on the 19th April 1920 by the Hon. John Bowser, Chief Secretary.



Beecroft Public School Honour Roll
Beecroft Public School Honour Roll
Address: 90 Beecroft Road, Beecroft Public School
City/Town: Beecroft
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Beecroft Public School Honour Roll


Beer-Sheba Memorial Plaque
Beer-Sheba Memorial Plaque
Address: Hawthorn & Balaclava Roads, Caulfield Park
City/Town: Caulfield North
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Beer-Sheba Memorial Plaque commemorates the Battle of Beersheba in 1917.


The Battle of Beersheba took place on 31 October 1917 as part of the wider British offensive collectively known as the third Battle of Gaza. The final phase of this all day battle was the famous mounted charge of the 4th Light Horse Brigade. Commencing at dusk, members of the brigade stormed through the Turkish defences and seized the strategic town of Beersheba. The capture of Beersheba enabled British Empire forces to break the Ottoman line near Gaza on 7 November and advance into Palestine.


Beer-Sheba Palm Trees
Beer-Sheba Palm Trees
Address: Alexandra Parade & Cox Street
City/Town: Hamilton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Monument and palm trees commemorate the Hamilton men who were members of the 4th Light Horse Regiment and participated in the Charge at Beer-Sheba (in Palestine) during World War One.



The Battle of Beersheba took place on 31 October 1917, as part of the Sinai and Palestine campaign during World War One. Notable was the charge of the Australian 4th Light Horse Brigade, which covered some 6 kilometres to overrun and capture the last remaining Ottoman trenches, and secure the surviving wells at Beersheba.



Bega District School Roll of Honour
Bega District School Roll of Honour
Address: 27 Auckland Street, Bega Public School
City/Town: Bega
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bega District School Roll of Honour


Belalie North Memorial Gates
Belalie North Memorial Gates
Address: Belalie North Road
City/Town: Belalie North
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Belalie North Memorial Gates were dedicated to the memory of those who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.  The gates were the entrance to a 6-acre park, which was purchased at £20 per acre in 1919 and the park was dedicated in November 1919. The original gates were stolen and replaced with a chain and plaque in 1990`s which marks the site of the memorial park and hall which was closed in 1987.



Monument characteristics :



Two cement posts with white marble plaques affixed. Between the gates is a boulder set on a concrete slab, a bronze plaque is affixed to the front of the boulder.



Bellambi Soldiers Memorial
Bellambi Soldiers Memorial
Address: Wilga Street, Anzac Grove, Corrimal Memorial Park
City/Town: Corrimal
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Bellambi Soldiers Memorial


Bellata District Roll of Honour
Bellata District Roll of Honour
Address: Wilga & Belar Streets, Bellata Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bellata
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Bellingen Memorial Hall
Bellingen Memorial Hall
Address: 35 Hyde Street,
City/Town: Bellingen
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
A hall commemorates those who served in World War One.

Belltrees Roll of Honour
Belltrees Roll of Honour
Address: Gundy Road, St James Church
City/Town: Belltrees
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Belltrees Roll of Honour


Belmont Honour Roll
Belmont Honour Roll
Address: 2 Colac Road, South Barwon Civic Centre
City/Town: Belmont
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Belmont Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



Belmont Primary School Memorial Gates
Belmont Primary School Memorial Gates
Address: Mt Pleasant Road, Belmont Primary School
City/Town: Belmont
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Belmont Primary School Memorial Gates are dedicated to the First World War.



Belvidere Memorial Hall
Belvidere Memorial Hall
Address: Langhorne Creek Road
City/Town: Belvidere
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Belvidere Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served in World War One.



In 1919 a meeting was held to consider what means should be taken to perpetuate the district's contribution in manhood towards the fight for the preservation of liberty. Seventeen boys enlisted from Belvidere, five of whom made the supreme sacrifice. At that meeting it was decided to erect a Soldiers' Memorial Hall. On the 30th April 1921, the foundation stone for the hall was laid by General Leane.



The opening ceremony was performed by Capt. H. S. Hudd, M.C., M.P., in the presence of a big crowd, on the 24th September 1921. Captain Hudd took the opportunity in doing this to give a very interesting and impressive address in which he outlined the history of the Australian forces in the war, reviewing their connection with the Gallipoli landing, the Egyptian campaign, and the battle areas of France, his eloquent and stirring descriptions thrilling his hearers, and presenting to many of them a far better idea than they had formerly realized of all that stood to the credit of the Australian soldiery. He expressed admiration for the splendid tribute that the Belvidere people had erected to the honor of their boys, and had the greatest possible pleasure in declaring the fine hall open.

Southern Argus (Port Elliot), 5th May, 29th September 1921.



 



Ben Lomond Roll of Honour
Ben Lomond Roll of Honour
Address: Ben Lomond Road, Ben Lomond Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Ben Lomond
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Benalla Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Benalla Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Address: Fawckner Drive, Benalla Fire Brigade
City/Town: Benalla
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates members of the Benalla Fire Brigade who served in World War One.



Benarkin State Forest Hill 60 Memorial
Benarkin State Forest Hill 60 Memorial
Address: Hill 60 Road, Benarkin State Forest
City/Town: Benarkin
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial structure in the form of the Forestry look-out post. A small cairn at the base of the structure displays a bronze plaque, dedicating the memorial to the men who stormed Hill 60 at Gallipoli in 1915, and the services of the Queensland Forestry workers who were responsible for the development of Queensland Hoop Pine plantations. A joint commemorative project between the Queensland Department for Primary Industries and the Returned Services League



The Battle of Hill 60 was the last major assault of the Battle of Gallipoli. It was launched on 21 August 1915 to coincide with the attack on Scimitar Hill made from the Suvla front by General Stopford's British IX Corps. Hill 60 was a low knoll at the northern end of the Sari Bair range which dominated the Suvla landing. Capturing this hill along with Scimitar Hill would have allowed the ANZACand Suvla landings to be securely linked.



Bendick Murrell Memorial Hall
Bendick Murrell Memorial Hall
Address: 121 Bendick Murrell -Wirrimah Road
City/Town: Bendick Murrell
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A War Memorial Hall built in honour of the people from this area of Burrangong Shire who enlisted to fight in World War One.


Bendigo Cenotaph
Bendigo Cenotaph
Address: High & Mitchell Streets, Charing Cross
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bendigo Cenotaph is a small replica of the Shrine in Whitehall, London, England, and it commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.



Bendigo's Cenotaph was the idea of Sir George Lansell who gained permission to build it and funded the project after a public appeal for the memorial failed.



Bendigo's new War Memorial will be a cenotaph. It wil be similar in design to Britain's memorial at Whitehall. This has been decided by the War Memorial Committee. Cr. F. W. Clayton, chairman of the committee, said today: "I am determined that the memorial will be opened during my term of office. "I shall launch an appeal as soon as the public has had a chance to see the design for our Cenotaph." The Right Rev. C. L. Riley, Bishop of Bendigo, said that the committee decided not to go ahead with the earlier plan for a memorial arch. It was estimated that a 20-foot column of Harcourt granite would cost more than £800.

The Argus (Melbourne), 22 September 1953.



Bendigo East State School Memorial Plaques
Bendigo East State School Memorial Plaques
Address: Pall Mall, Soldiers Memorial Institute
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The plaques were originally placed on trees at the school in 1920 and contained the names of 27 fallen and returned



Bendigo Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Bendigo Fire Brigade Honour Roll
Address: 145 Hargreaves Street, Bendigo Fire Station
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the members of the Bendigo Fire Service who served in World War One



Bendigo High School Roll of Honour
Bendigo High School Roll of Honour
Address: 40 Gaol Road, Bendigo Senior Secondary College
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Bendigo Rowing Club Honour Roll (Sandhurst)
Bendigo Rowing Club Honour Roll (Sandhurst)
Address: Weeroona Avenue, Lake Weeroona Pavilion
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the members of the Bendigo Rowing Club Honour Roll (Sandhurst) who served in World War Two.  It contains over 60 names was unveiled by Mr George Lansell on Saturday 28th August, 1920.



Bendoc State School Honour Roll
Bendoc State School Honour Roll
Address: 16 Nichol Street, Bendoc Church
City/Town: Bendoc
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bendoc State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One. The school is now closed.


Bengworden State School Honour Roll
Bengworden State School Honour Roll
Address: Bengworden Road, Bengworden Hall
City/Town: Bengworden
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bengworden State School Honour Roll was unveiled on the 14th September 1921 in honour of those from the school who served the Empire in the Great War. 


Benjeroop Honour Roll
Benjeroop Honour Roll
Address: Benjeroop-Lake Charm Road, Benjeroop Public Hall
City/Town: Benjeroop
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 The Benjeroop Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Bentleigh East Honour Roll
Bentleigh East Honour Roll
Address: 540 Centre Road , Bentleigh RSL
City/Town: Bentleigh
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bentleigh East Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Bentleigh East State School Honour Roll
Bentleigh East State School Honour Roll
Address: Valkstone Street, Valkstone Primary School
City/Town: Bentleigh East
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bentleigh East State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Berridale Memorial Park
Berridale Memorial Park
Address: Jindabyne Road & Myack Street
City/Town: Berridale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Berridale Memorial Park was officially opened by Mr W.W. Hedges M.L.A. (Monaro) on the 10th November 1935. The work in the park was done by the Snowy River sub-branch of the Returned Soldiers League who were congratulated by the President of the Shire Council (Councillor C. W. Mackay). After the ceremony 16 trees were planted in memory of fallen soldiers. Forty six trees were planted to beautify the park. 



Berrigan District Roll of Honour
Berrigan District Roll of Honour
Address: Riverina Highway, Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Berrigan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Berriwillock State School Honour Roll
Berriwillock State School Honour Roll
Address: Bindaboo Avenue, Berriwillock Hall
City/Town: Berriwillock
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those from the school who served in World War One.  It was unveiled by Councillor Hugh McClelland at the State School in October 1920.



As at 29 April 2014, the Berriwillock Hall is being decommissioned and the honour roll will be relocated to the new Community Hall



Berry Uniting Church World War One Memorial
Berry Uniting Church World War One Memorial
Address: 77 Albert Street, Berry Gateway Uniting Church
City/Town: Berry
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A window commemorates those from the Berry District who served in World War One.



Berwick Grammar School Honour Avenue
Berwick Grammar School Honour Avenue
Address: Church Street, Between Palmerston & Brisbane Street
City/Town: Berwick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Berwick Grammar School Honour Avenue commemorates scholars who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.



Outside a private residence in Church Street, a memorial tablets lists the names of the scholars.



Berwick Memorial Hall
Berwick Memorial Hall
Address: 106 High Street
City/Town: Berwick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Berwick Memorial Hall was officially opened on the 21th August 1926 by Sir Brudenell White. The building had already been in existence since 1886 when it known as the Rechabite Hall. Two brass tablets had been placed in the hall. One honoured the women of the district and the other the names of the life governors. An honour roll containing 200 names was also unveiled.



The building is now the Masonic Lodge and it the whereabouts of the honour rolls and tablets are unknown.



Bet Bet State School Honour Roll
Bet Bet State School Honour Roll
Address: Timor Road, Bowenvale-Timor Hall
City/Town: Bowenvale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served, died or were killed in World War One.



Bethanga Roll of Honour
Bethanga Roll of Honour
Address: Bridge & Henry Streets, Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bethanga
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bethanga Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.


Beverley District Honour Roll 1914-1918
Beverley District Honour Roll 1914-1918
Address: Vincent Street, Beverley Town Hall
City/Town: Beverley
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Two polished jarrah honour boards, bearing the names of nearly 500 men and women of the district who served in both world wars, were unveiled by the Acting-Premier (Mr. Watts). The boards have been mounted flanking the main entrance of the Town Hall. Introduced by the chairman of the Beverley Road Board (Mr. L.W. Doncon), Mr. Watts referred to the tremendous sacrifice of lives and wealth which the Empire had been called upon to make in 1914-18 and again in 1939-45.

The West Australian (Perth) 18th August 1947.



Beverley War Memorial
Beverley War Memorial
Address: Railway Parade & Vincent Street
City/Town: Beverley
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A memorial commemorates those who served in World War One. 



In 2005 the Beverley Returned Services League proposed a plan to upgrade the area surrounding the War Memorial, a project that was completed in time for the 2006 ANZAC Day Remembrance Service. Since the 2006 ANZAC Day ceremony the Beverley RSL has made the new brick wall behind the memorial the focus of the ceremonies.



Characteristics :



The memorial consists of five sections of cut stone and is approximately ten feet high.  On four sides are brass plates inscribed with names of Beverley residents who served in World War One.



Bexley R.S.S.I.L.A. Memorial Garden
Bexley R.S.S.I.L.A. Memorial Garden
Address: Stoney Creek & St Georges Roads
City/Town: Bexley
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Memorial Garden commemorates deceased comrades who fought in World War One.



Bexley Roll of Honour
Bexley Roll of Honour
Address: 24 Stoney Creek Road, Bexley RSL
City/Town: Bexley
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Big Hill State School Roll of Honour
Big Hill State School Roll of Honour
Address: 5644 Calder Highway, Big Hill State School
City/Town: Golden Square
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Big Swamp Methodist Church Honour Roll
Big Swamp Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: 14 Hallett Place, Port Lincoln RSL
City/Town: Port Lincoln
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Big Swamp Methodist Church Honour Roll commemorates those from the church who enlisted in World War One.

Bimbi War Memorial
Bimbi War Memorial
Address: Young & Caldwell Streets
City/Town: Bimbi
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served, died or were killed in World War One



In 1922 the people of Bimbi raised ₤250 for a soldiers memorial. They purchased the memorial stone from Sydney and had the soldiers names cut then formally applied to the Weddin Shire Council for permission to erect the memorial. The Weddin Shire Council forwarded the plan and also the site chosen to the Local Government Department who forwarded it to the War Memorial Committee who rejected the plan. A second appeal also resulted in a point blank refusal by the Committee for it to be erected in a public place. It is unknown when the memorial was erected and dedicated. 



Monument characteristics :



Granite obelisk.



Binalong Roll of Honour
Binalong Roll of Honour
Address: Wellington Street, Mechanics Institute
City/Town: Binalong
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bingara Honour Roll
Bingara Honour Roll
Address: Finch Street & Memorial Avenue, Bingara Memorial Park
City/Town: Bingara
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bingera and South Kolan Honour Roll
Bingera and South Kolan Honour Roll
Address: 2295 Bundaberg-Gin Gin Road, St George Hall
City/Town: South Kolan
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bingera and South Kolan World War One Honour Roll lists 102 individuals from the local district who served during the Great War.



No further information known as at June 2013.



Birchip Methodist Church Honour Roll
Birchip Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: 2 Cumming Avenue, Birchip Historical Society
City/Town: Birchip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Birchip Methodist Church Honour Roll


Birchip Shire Honour Roll
Birchip Shire Honour Roll
Address: 22 Cumming Avenue, Birchip Shire Hall
City/Town: Birchip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Birchip Shire Soldiers Memorial Park
Birchip Shire Soldiers Memorial Park
Address: Cumming Avenue
City/Town: Birchip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The memorial park commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Birchip State School Honour Roll
Birchip State School Honour Roll
Address: 2 Cumming Avenue, Birchip Historical Society
City/Town: Birchip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Birchip State School Honour Roll


Birchip Uniting Church Pulpit
Birchip Uniting Church Pulpit
Address: 31 Duncan Street, Birchip Uniting Church
City/Town: Birchip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 The Birchip Uniting Church Pulpit contains the names of those who served in World War One. 


Birdwood Park Memorial Grove
Birdwood Park Memorial Grove
Address: Midland Highway
City/Town: Buninyong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Birdwood Park Memorial Grove commemorates those who served in World War One



Birralee Roll of Honour
Birralee Roll of Honour
Address: Birralee Road, Birralee Memorial Hall
City/Town: Birralee
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Birralee Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 20 names.



The unveiling of the Birralee honour board took place on Friday 17th September in the state school, and in spite of the inclement weather there was a good attendance. Rev. S. Churchward presided, and gave an impressive address. Councillor Wadley also spoke. The chairman then asked Mrs. W. Garwood to lower the Union Jack, and while the audience remained standing the school children sang "Soldiers of the King." Mr Churchward then read the names on the honour board, numbering twenty. One made the supreme sacriflce in France, and one died from wounds after being invalided home.

Examiner (Launceston), 22nd September 1920.



Bishops Bridge Public School & District Honour Roll
Bishops Bridge Public School & District Honour Roll
Address: 3 Bulwer Street, Maitland RSL
City/Town: Maitland
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bishops Bridge Public School & District Honour Roll


Black Mountain District Roll of Honour
Black Mountain District Roll of Honour
Address: Bradley Street, Guyra Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Guyra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Framed coloured honour roll with handwritten names


Black Rock Uniting Church Honour Roll
Black Rock Uniting Church Honour Roll
Address: Balcombe Road & Central Avenue, St Andrew`s By the Sea
City/Town: Black Rock
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Black Rock Uniting Church Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Black Springs Soldiers Memorial Wing
Black Springs Soldiers Memorial Wing
Address: Black Springs Road, Black Springs Hall
City/Town: Black Springs
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Black Springs Soldiers Memorial Wing was erected in memory of those who enlisted from the Black Springs District in World War One.  The wing is an extension at the eastern end of the hall with a bronze plaque affixed to the northern wall. The building has now been sold to private enterprise.



In memory of the soldiers who enlisted from the Black Springs district, a memorial wing has been added to the local hall and on Wednesday. November 21, in perfect weather, was declared open by the Hon. George Ritchie, who delivered an eloquent speech, mainly referring to the fallen soldiers.

Burra Record, 12th December 1923.



Blackall CWA Memorial Seat
Blackall CWA Memorial Seat
Address: Landsborough Highway , Memorial Park
City/Town: Blackall
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Blackall CWA Memorial Seat was presented to the Memorial Park by the Blackall Branch of the CWA in memory of those who served in World War One in June 1927. The seat was unveiled by the Governor of Queensland on the 11th October 1927 on an official visit to the town.



Blackall Memorial Park
Blackall Memorial Park
Address: Landsborough Highway
City/Town: Blackall
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Memorial Park commemorates those who served in World War One.



In July 1927, Mr Simmons Jnr., Assistant Curator of the Botanic Gardens in Rockhampton was in Blackall preparing plans for the layout of the Memorial Park.



The Western Champion (Barcaldine), 30th July 1927



Blackall Returned Soldiers` Memorial Hall
Blackall Returned Soldiers` Memorial Hall
Address: 12 Short Street
City/Town: Blackall
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Blackall Returned Soldiers` Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served in World War One.



The Hall was officially opened in September 1936 by Mr. P.McKenzie, President of the local sub-branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A. in front of a crowd of about 500 persons including visitors from out of town. The hall and equipment cost £3100.



Blackalls Roll of Honour
Blackalls Roll of Honour
Address: Charles Street, Blackalls Park Public School
City/Town: Blackalls Park
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Wooden Honour Board with gilded names and lettering.


Blackboy Hill Commemorative Site
Blackboy Hill Commemorative Site
Address: Innamincka Road, Blackboy Hill
City/Town: Greenmount
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Blackboy Hill Commemorative Site features a series of sculpted arches, designed by Ean McDonald, symbolising the spirit of the Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F) over the rising sun of its badge. The arches are situated such that they face the sun as it sets on 24th of April, which on this evening is aligned through the arches with all other elements of the memorial.  Blackboy Hill was the birthplace of the Western Australian A.I.F (Australian Imperial Force) and was the largest Western Australian military training camp during the war, with over 32,000 troops training there from 1914 to 1918.



Blackboy Hill at Greenmount was part of a grant of land to Captain Stirling. In 1914 a camp was set up on the hill where 32,000 men, about 11 percent of the whole of the State’s population, were trained for the Australian Imperial Force. In 1957 the Returned Services League, learning that the State Housing Commission intended to build housing there, asked for some of the land to be a commemoration site.



The site was dedicated by Bishop Tom Riley and the first sod turned by Governor Sir Charles Gairdner in 1958. The precinct contains commemorative arches erected in 1962; the memorial seat to honour the Gallipoli legion erected in 1964; a lone pine tree from Gallipoli planted in 1969. The site was dedicated as a Memorial Site in 1959.



Blackburn Uniting Church Honour Roll
Blackburn Uniting Church Honour Roll
Address: Blackburn Road and The Avenue , The Avenue Uniting Church
City/Town: Blackburn
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Blackburn Uniting Church Honour Roll


Blackbutt Memorial Hall
Blackbutt Memorial Hall
Address: D`Aguilar Highway & Muir Street
City/Town: Blackbutt
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Blackbutt Memorial Hall honours those who served in World War One.



In 1938, The Blackbutt sub-branch of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. took over the public hall in the town and converted it to a memorial hall. The hall was opened by the President of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A, Mr. R.D.Huish on Easter Monday 1939 in memory of those who served in World War One.

The Courier Mail, 31st March 1939.



Note : As at 17-September-2014, it is believed that the hall is going to be replaced by a supermarket.  The fate of the building is unclear, and the South Burnett Regional Council will be making a decision on it.



Blackbutt Roll of Honour
Blackbutt Roll of Honour
Address: D`Aguilar Highway, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Blackbutt
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Blackbutt War Memorial
Blackbutt War Memorial
Address: Coulson & Hart Streets
City/Town: Blackbutt
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Blackbutt War Memorial commemorates those who served in World War One.



Carved by Charles Lowther who served in Palestine in the 11th Australian Light Horse, the digger is depicted in a relaxed pose, with his hand resting on a tree stump. Forest Hill, Murgon and Tiaro monuments are also carved by Lowther in the same style. The Blackbutt digger has hair visible, no chin strap for his slouch hat, and wears an ammunition belt. His rifle points skywards and is resting beside his right boot. Four pillars support the base on which the digger stands. Many names are included on the marble panels around the sides. The Memorial was unveiled on April 24th 1920 by the Chairman of the Nanango Shire Council J.A.Lee.



Blackheath Roll of Honour
Blackheath Roll of Honour
Address: Great Western Highway & Gardiner Crescent, Blackheath Community Hall
City/Town: Blackheath
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Blacksmiths Honour Roll
Blacksmiths Honour Roll
Address: Eddy Avenue, Central Railway Station near Platform 23
City/Town: Haymarket
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.

 



Blacktown Roll of Honour
Blacktown Roll of Honour
Address: Second Avenue, Blacktown RSL Club
City/Town: Blacktown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

In 1917, the President of the Blacktown Shire Council ( Mr Angus) arranged to collect one shilling from the ratepayers in the Blacktown Shire for the purpose of erecting a Blacktown Roll of Honour containing the names of all men volunteering from the Shire. 


Blacktown War Memorial
Blacktown War Memorial
Address: Second Avenue, Blacktown RSL Club
City/Town: Blacktown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Blacktown War Memorial awas erected in memory of those from the district who fell in World War One. The memorial was unveiled on the 1st May 1920 by Brigadier General Cox. 



The ceremony of unveiling the Soldiers' Memorial, erected within the property of the Shire Council, in front of the Council Chambers, at Blacktown, was favored with lovely weather on the 1st instant. It was not surprising, therefore, that a large gathering was present from all parts of the shire. Of about 300 soldiers belonging to the shire, who took part in the great war, 53 were killed and their names, cut out in gold lettering, appear on the memorial.

Windsor and Richmond Gazette , 14th May 1920.



 



Blackwood Creek Baptist Church Roll of Honour
Blackwood Creek Baptist Church Roll of Honour
Address: Hop Valley Road, Baptist Church
City/Town: Blackwood Creek
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Blackwood Creek Baptist Church Roll of Honour commemorates parishoners who served in World War One.  It lists 18 names. The church closed in 1991 and a community church was opened in 2000.



A special service was held in the Baptist Church on Sunday, December 16, the occasion being the unveiling of a pulpit to the memory of Blackwood Creek boys who have fallen in battle, also the unveiling of the roll of honour. The pulpit and rail are designed in Tasmanian hardwood, and the roll of honour, which contains 18 names, is beautifully designed in blackwood, the work of Messrs. J. and T. Gunn.  Of the 18 names enrolled, four have made the supreme sacrifice, and four have been wounded, two of whom have been discharged. A large congregation attended the service.

Examiner (Launceston) 24th December 1917.



Blair Athol Roll of Honour
Blair Athol Roll of Honour
Address: 76 Herschel Street, RSL Club
City/Town: Clermont
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Blair Athol Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at July 2013



Blanchetown War Memorial
Blanchetown War Memorial
Address: Egerton & Merivale Streets, RSL Hall
City/Town: Blanchetown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Blanchetown War Memorial was erected by the residents of Blanchetown and district in memory of those who served in World War One. The memorial was unveiled by Mrs. S. Lun in 1925.



 



Blayney & Milford District Roll of Honour
Blayney & Milford District Roll of Honour
Address: Church Street & Adelaide Lane, Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Blayney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Blayney & Milford District Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One. The roll is a framed typed paper honour roll.



Blayney Roll of Honour
Blayney Roll of Honour
Address: Church Street & Adelaide Lane, Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Blayney
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Photographic honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.

Blende Street Methodist Church Honour Roll
Blende Street Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: 230 Blende Street, Sulphide Street Station Railway & Historical Museum
City/Town: Broken Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those from the Blende Street Methodist Church who served in World War One.



The Blende St Methodist Church Roll of Honour was unveiled on the 24th November 1918 by Mr S.Townsend. Those whose names were on the roll had been connected with the church and the Sunday School. The Church was decorated with flags and Mr Morton sang the solo “Abide with Them” while Miss J. Hooker the song “Australia’s Brave Soldiers”. Barrier Miner (Broken Hill), 26th November 1918. 



Blinman Memorial Hall
Blinman Memorial Hall
Address: Mine Street
City/Town: Blinman
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The hall commemorates those who served in World War One.



 



Blyth District Honour Roll
Blyth District Honour Roll
Address: Harley Street, Blyth Institute
City/Town: Blyth
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour Roll commemorates those from the district who served in World War One.



Boat Harbour State School Roll of Honour
Boat Harbour State School Roll of Honour
Address: 17386 Bass Highway, Boat Harbour Primary School
City/Town: Boat Harbour
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 33 names.



 



Bodalla Public School Honour Roll
Bodalla Public School Honour Roll
Address: Potato Point Road, Bodalla Public School
City/Town: Bodalla
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



At the unveiling, the school children sang the hymn, "Oh God our help in ages past," after which Rev. Lewin in an appropriate address to the children, drew the cord and unveiled the Roll. He than read the names on the board. After the names of the killed, the children responded, "Died on the field of honour." The Rev. Mr. Hyde, also gave a short address. The children then sang "When the Empire Calls." All present than sang the National Anthem.



Monument characteristics :



Gilt honour roll constructed from Queensland maple with carved laurel wreath and side columns.



Bodangara War Memorial
Bodangara War Memorial
Address: 18km N of Wellington
City/Town: Bodangora
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

War Memorial at the site of a ghost town near Dubbo commemorates those who served in World War One.



At the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 Bodangora was a thriving gold mining town. Sixty-three men from the town and district enlisted and 16 of them died as a result of the war. Local residents, keen to commemorate all those who served, built a small monument that looks over the Wellington Valley. It was dedicated by the State Governor in 1921.



Geurie was favoured with a visit from His Excellency the Governor on Wednesday, the 7th inst, and during his brief stay was received at the Shire Chambers by the President and Shire Councillors. The President, Mr. J. M.Whiteley, on behalf of the residents of the Cobbora Shire presented His Excellency with a handsome illuminated address in frame same being signed by the President (Cr. T. M. Whiteley), and Councillors W. Smith, D. Ross, S .Yeo, J. H. Whilock, G. W. New, and Shire Clerk (Mr. W. A Miller).  His Excellency and party proceeded via Comobella to Bodangora and performed the unveiling ceremony of' the Soldiers' Memorial erected in Dick Park. The Geurie Citizens Brass Band under bandmaster Mr. C. Taylor, rendered suitable and appreciative selections at both Geurio, Bodangora and Wellington.

Wellington Times (NSW), 15th September 1921.



Boisdale Honour Roll
Boisdale Honour Roll
Address: Briagolong- Maffra Road, Boisdale Hall
City/Town: Boisdale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Boisdale Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One,


Bolinda State School Honour Roll
Bolinda State School Honour Roll
Address: Mullalys Road, Bolinda Primary School
City/Town: Bolinda
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bolinda State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Bollon & District Honour Roll
Bollon & District Honour Roll
Address: Balonne Highway, Bollon Civic Centre
City/Town: Bollon
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bollon and District Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Bolwarra Public School Roll of Honour
Bolwarra Public School Roll of Honour
Address: Bolwarra Road, Bolwarra Public School
City/Town: Bolwarra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bolwarra Public School Roll of Honour


Bolwarra War Memorial
Bolwarra War Memorial
Address: Westbourne Road, Shenstone Gardens
City/Town: Bolwarra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bolwarra War Memorial once stood at Addison and Westbourne Roads but was damaged held in Council storage pending relocation. The war memorial  was restored and relocated near to its original site.


Bombala War Memorial
Bombala War Memorial
Address: Maybe & Forbes Streets
City/Town: Bombala
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Bonville Roll of Honour
Bonville Roll of Honour
Address: 6 East Bonville Road, Bonville Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bonville
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bonville Roll of Honour


Booborowie District Soldiers Memorial Hall
Booborowie District Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: North Terrace & Fourth Street
City/Town: Booborowie
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Booborowie Soldiers Memorial Institute was originally erected to commemorate the fallen of World War One. Additions were made to the building with public funds in 1957.



The foundation stone for the building which bore the inscription "Lest We Forget" was laid by I.J.Warnes Esq. on the 29th March 1921. The official opening of the hall was performed by Mrs Warnes on the 12th October 1921.

Burra Record, 19th October 1921.



Boolaroo Presbyterian Honour Roll
Boolaroo Presbyterian Honour Roll
Address: 189 Main Road, Speers Point RSL
City/Town: Speers Point
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Boolaroo Presbyterian Honour Roll


Boolaroo Roll of Honour
Boolaroo Roll of Honour
Address: 189 Main Road, Speers Point RSL
City/Town: Speers Point
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A series of photographic portraits set within a number of framed wooden surrounds. The Roll of Honour consists of individual photos.


Boolarra State School Honour Board
Boolarra State School Honour Board
Address: Tarwin & Irving Streets, Old School, Historical Museum
City/Town: Boolarra
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Boolarra State School Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War One.



Booleroo Centre Roll of Honour
Booleroo Centre Roll of Honour
Address: Stephens Street, Booleroo Centre Institute
City/Town: Booleroo Centre
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Booleroo Centre Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



Booleroo Centre War Memorial
Booleroo Centre War Memorial
Address: Arthur & Stephens Streets
City/Town: Booleroo Centre
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Booleroo Centre War Memorial commemorates those who served in World War One. The memorial was unveiled on the 19th November 1922 by Colonel E.J. Parkes, D.S.O., M.A.



Boonah and District Honour Roll
Boonah and District Honour Roll
Address: Mt French Road & Boonah -Rathdowney Road, Dugandan Hotel
City/Town: Dugandan
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Printed Honour Roll lists those from Boonah and District who served in World War One. The roll is a decorated arch which contains the battle campaigns down the columns sides. Two females holding wreaths are on either side of the columns with the words "Victory" one one side and "Freedom " on another.



No further information known as at June 2013



Booral and District Honour Roll
Booral and District Honour Roll
Address: 2296 Bucketts Way, Booral Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Booral
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Booral and District Honour Roll


Booringa Shire Honour Board
Booringa Shire Honour Board
Address: 3 Cambridge Street, Great Artesian Spa Complex
City/Town: Mitchell
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Booroopki & District Avenue of Honour
Booroopki & District Avenue of Honour
Address: Kaniva - Edenhope Road , turn off Kaniva - Edenhope Road near Lake Charlegrark
City/Town: Booroopki
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Avenue of Honour when it was planted in 1918 consisted of 35 trees, and commemorates those who served in World War One.



A public meeting was held at Booroopki on Friday, 2nd August 1918 and it was decided to plant an avenue of trees in honour of local and district soldiers. Besides planting of the trees, enamel plates, bearing the soldiers' names and units, were nailed to the guards. The trees were securely enclosed with timber gurads five feet square.



Note : The names of personnel who had trees planted for them can be found by following the hyperlink below



 



Booval Gallipoli Memorial
Booval Gallipoli Memorial
Address: Green Street, Cameron Park
City/Town: Booval
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Drinking fountain commemorating the 50th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli during World War One.



In 1915 Australian and New Zealand soldiers formed part of the allied expedition that set out to capture the Gallipoli peninsula in order to open the Dardanelles to the allied navies. The ultimate objective was to capture Constantinople (now Istanbul in Turkey), the capital of the Ottoman Empire, an ally of Germany.



The Australian and New Zealand forces landed on Gallipoli on 25 April, meeting fierce resistance from the Ottoman Turkish defenders. What had been planned as a bold stroke to knock Turkey out of the war quickly became a stalemate, and the campaign dragged on for eight months. At the end of 1915 the allied forces were evacuated, after both sides had suffered heavy casualties and endured great hardships. Over 8,000 Australian soldiers had been killed. News of the landing on Gallipoli had made a profound impact on Australians at home, and the 25th April soon became the day on which Australians remembered the sacrifice of those who had died in the war.



Booyal Memorial Hall
Booyal Memorial Hall
Address: Bruce Highway
City/Town: Booyal
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Booyal Memorial Hall was erected by the returned soldiers in memory of their fallen comrades.



Booyal Memorial Tablet
Booyal Memorial Tablet
Address: Bruce Highway, Booyal Central School
City/Town: Booyal
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Booyal Memorial Tablet honours those from the district who paid the supreme sacrifice in World War One.



Booyal Roll of Honour
Booyal Roll of Honour
Address: Bruce Highway, Booyal Central School
City/Town: Booyal
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those from the district who enlisted in World War One in 1916.  



Monument characteristics :



A timber Honour Board displaying gilded written text.



No further information known as at June 2013.



Booyal Roll of Honour
Booyal Roll of Honour
Address: Bruce Highway , Booyal Memorial Hall
City/Town: Booyal
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Bordertown Memorial Hospital
Bordertown Memorial Hospital
Address: South Terrace
City/Town: Bordertown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bordertown Memorial Hospital was erected in memory of those who served in World War One. The foundation stone of the Soldiers Memorial Hospital was laid by Mrs. William McGrice on Wednesday 27th June 1923.



The foundation stone of the Tatatiara Soldiers' Memorial Hospital was laid by Mrs William McGrice on Wednesday, June 27. The weather was ideal, and the ceremony was attended by a large representative gathering from the four towns of the district. The building is very near completion, and the people could see the provision made for accommodation of patients and express their enthusiasm that the district could finance and carry out such a complete equipment for the relief sickness and injury. The stone is a marble block, into which is chiselled in gilt lettering the transcription " Tatiara  Soldiers Memorial Hospital. This stone was laid by Mrs  William McGrice on 27th June, 1923."

Chronicle (Adelaide, SA), 7 July 1923.



 



 


 



Boree Creek Roll of Honour
Boree Creek Roll of Honour
Address: Eades Street, Boree Creek SS Memorial Hall
City/Town: Boree Creek
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Borenore and District Honour Roll
Borenore and District Honour Roll
Address: Forbes Road, CWA Hall
City/Town: Borenore
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bororen Honour Roll
Bororen Honour Roll
Address: 34 Roe Street (Bruce Highway ) , Miriam Vale Council Office
City/Town: Miriam Vale
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bororen Honour Roll is marble roll which honours those who served in World War One. A crown insignia is place next to the names of the fallen.



No further information known as at July 2013



Borough and Shire of Stawell Roll of Honour
Borough and Shire of Stawell Roll of Honour
Address: Town Hall
City/Town: Stawell
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Borough of Hamilton Roll of Honour
Borough of Hamilton Roll of Honour
Address: Brown Street, Ted Kenna VC Room, Performing Arts Centre
City/Town: Hamilton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Borough of St Arnaud Honour Roll
Borough of St Arnaud Honour Roll
Address: Napier Street, Town Hall
City/Town: St Arnaud
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One



Bossley-Horsley Honour Roll
Bossley-Horsley Honour Roll
Address: Horsley Drive and Oxford Street, Fairfield City Museum and Gallery
City/Town: Smithfield
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ebonised wooden honour roll with gilt names and coloured National Flag and Union Jack.


Bostock District Honour Roll
Bostock District Honour Roll
Address: Cobden-Camperdown Road & Tesbury Road, Bostocks Creek Hall
City/Town: Bostocks Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 The Bostock District Honour Roll honours those from the district who served in World War One.


Bothwell Roll of Honour
Bothwell Roll of Honour
Address: Old Council Chambers, Bothwell Historical Society
City/Town: Bothwell
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bothwell Roll of Honour is an unframed paper honour roll which lists 62 names of those who served in World War One.   However, there were 111 enlistees from Bothwell.



At the meeting ot the Bothwell Municipal Council on Monday 14th June before the ordinary business was called upon, the Warden (Councillor N.J.Wise) moved that a list be obtained of all residents and sons of residents serving in the Australian Expeditionary Forces. The list to show their names, their ages, regiments, and regimental numbers to be framed and hung in the council chamber.

The Mercury (Hobart), 19 June 1915.



Bothwell War Memorial
Bothwell War Memorial
Address: Patrick Street
City/Town: Bothwell
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bothwell War Memorial is a sundial and it lists 29 names of those who died in World War One.



At Bothwell yesterday afternoon, in fine weather, the Administrator, Sir Herbert Nicholls, unveiled the war memorial erected by the people of the district. The memorial is a very fine one the base being constructed of Victorian bluestone, and the remainder of granite.The inscription reads as follows: "Municipality of Bothwell. In glorious memory of those men of the district who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918."



The names of the fallen are on bronze panels, cast in Brisbane, and designed by the Queensland Surveyor's Office. Each of the sun dials, which face north, south, east, and west, is two feet in diameter. A plate showing the difference between standard and mean time has been fixed on the north side. The design has been adapted from sundials of ancient Greece, and is believed to be the only one of its kind in Australia. The memorial itself was designed by Messrs. Walker and Johnston, of Hobart, and was also made in Brisbane. Altogether the memorial is a fine one of which the people of Bothwell should be proud.

The Mercury (Hobart),  29th March 1923.



THE SUNDIALS.

(From the Brisbane "Courier.")



For a sunny country like Australia the rarity of sundials is remarkable, especially in the country, where they would be of practical use, accuracy to aminute or so not being essential. Possibly this scarcity is due rather to ignorance of the sundial's advantages than to want of interest. An excellent example of the application of the sun-dial is to be seen in the window of the premises lately occupied by the Australian Hardware Company, in Queenstreet, where four-vertical sundials, intended for the four faces of a soldiers' memorial which is being erected in the town of Bothwell, Tasmania, are on view.



It is something of a compliment to Queensland that the sundials for this memorial were designed and executed in Brisbane. Plans for the dials were not procurable in the south, but the tenderers were supplied with working drawings by the Queensland Surveyor General's office, the calculations for the given latitude of Bothwell being also compiled by the staff.   The whole work,therefore, is a local production, and is not only a technical masterpiece, but is an instructive curiosity of educational value and of practical utility.  Each of the dials is of bronze, and is 2ft in diameter.   The graduations of the hours and their subdivisions are shown by raised lines, with numbering in conformity with them.



Although all the dials differ from one another, those for the north and south faces of the memorial are constructed essentially on the same principle, and similarly the east andwest dials are gererally counterparts of one another.  The north dial appears to be of greater utility than any of the others, for, theoretically it will be illuminated for 12 hours each day during the six months of the year that the sun is south of the Equator, and during the remainder of the year for the whole time that the sun is above the horizon.   In mid winter at Bothwell the sun rises at about 7 45 am, and sets at 4 40 pm, the period of daylight being less than nine hours.  The south dial will be usable only during the early afternoon and evening hours between September 22 and March 22 in each year,when the sun is south of the true east point.  The east dial will be under the sun's influence daily from sunrise until about 1120, apparent time, this being equivalent to 1146 am standard time.  In February, and 11.16 am in November.  The west dial will be usable from 12 40pm apparent time until sunset.  



table of corrections combining the effect of the equation of time and the difference between standard and mean time has been prepared, also in metal, and will be affixed in a convenient position.  It is suitable for the whole set of dials. The art of dialling at one time exercised a fascinating influence over the ancien tGreeks, and some of their architectural and monumental works were embellished by dials of elaborate and often fantastic design.  The adaptation of the Grecian idea in connection with the Bothwell memorial is said to be the first instance of the kind in Australia .  The memorial was designed by Messrs. Walker and Johnston, architects, of Hobart, and they entrusted the execution to the Gunderson Manufacturing Company, of Edward street, Brisbane, who have just completed the work, and are giving Brisbane residents an opportunity of seeing the dials before shipping them to Tasmania.  

T
he Mercury. Hobart, Tasmania  Thursday 15 February 1923



 



Bottle Tree Memorial
Bottle Tree Memorial
Address: King Street, near National Bank
City/Town: Clifton
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bottle Tree Memorial commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Boulder Roll of Honour
Boulder Roll of Honour
Address: Burt & Brookman Streets, Boulder Town Hall
City/Town: Boulder
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The honour roll is a metal honour roll flanked by marble columns and surmounted by an ornate metal pediment. It lists the names of 258 fallen of World War One.



A temporary roll of honour containing the names of 95 men who had fallen in Gallipoli, France, Russia and Egypt was unveiled on Anzac Day 1917 by the Mayor, Mr S Beston.

Kalgoorlie Miner, 24th April 1917.



Additional names were added to the temporary roll in subsequent Anzac Days until the end of the war. In 1920 the existing roll was unveiled in the Town Hall.



Boulder War Memorial
Boulder War Memorial
Address: Burt Street & Hamilton Street, Railway Reserve
City/Town: Boulder
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Boulder War Memorial commemorates goldfield soldiers who served in World War One.  The memorial is a bronze statue of bare-headed soldier with an open-necked shirt, holding a bayoneted rifle and standing on a pedestal of Bulla Bulling granite. It rests on a granite plinth and a three-stepped granite base.



The monument was donated by David Donaldson, the publican of the Boulder City Hotel which is on the opposite side of the road from the Reserve. He requested that the statue be based on his son who had died of wounds in World War One. When found, the son was without his helmet so Mr Donaldson wanted the figure to be bare-headed with the shirt open at the neck. The model for this memorial and for the Kalgoorlie War Memorial was Private, later Major, Bill Hackfath. The monument is in honour of goldfields soldiers who participated in World War One. The memorial was unveiled by Major-General Sir Talbot Hobbs on the 25th July 1920.



Bowen Boys State School Honour Roll
Bowen Boys State School Honour Roll
Address: 22 Gordon Street, Bowen Historical Museum
City/Town: Bowen
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates past pupils of the school who served in World War One. 

 



The very fine marble honour roll is a representation of a Grecian temple decorated to represent Sicilan marble was created by Mr Cheffins an artist. The unveiling of the roll ,which was placed in a new classroom at the school, was performed by the Mayor of Bowen in February 1919. The roll contains the names of seventy five past scholars of the school, 20 of whom have laid down their lives. It was stated that the honour board was the largest in a North Queensland School.

The Queenslander (Brisbane) 15th February 1919.



Bowen Presbyterian Church Honour Roll
Bowen Presbyterian Church Honour Roll
Address: 37 Kennedy Street, St James Uniting Church
City/Town: Bowen
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bowenvale War Memorial
Bowenvale War Memorial
Address: Timor Road
City/Town: Bowenvale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates Bowenvale residents who died in World War One.


Monument characteristics :


Grey obelisk with gold lettering


Bowmans Methodist Church & District Honour Board
Bowmans Methodist Church & District Honour Board
Address: Edward Street, Port Wakefield Memorial Hall
City/Town: Port Wakefield
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bowmans Methodist Church & District Honour Board honours those who served in World War One.



Box Hill State School Honour Roll
Box Hill State School Honour Roll
Address: 27 Bank Street, Box Hill Historical Society
City/Town: Box Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Box Hill State School Honour Roll honours those who have served in World War One.


Boyup Brook Memorial Hospital
Boyup Brook Memorial Hospital
Address: Hospital Road
City/Town: Boyup Brook
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Boyup Brook Memorial Hospital was erected by the residents of Upper Blackwood District in memory of those who fell on the fields of Gallipoli and France.  The hospital was opened by the Minister of Education, Mr J. Ewing on the 23rd February 1924.



The foundation stone for the hospital was laid by the Colonial Secretary, Mr.R.S.Samson M.L.A. on the 10th

November 1923.

The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express, 16th November 1923.



 



Boyup Brook Memorial Hospital Honour Board
Boyup Brook Memorial Hospital Honour Board
Address: Hospital Road, Boyup Brook Memorial Hospital
City/Town: Boyup Brook
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Boyup Brook Memorial Hospital Honour Board honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013



Bracknell Honour Roll
Bracknell Honour Roll
Address: Louisa Street, Bracknell Community Hall
City/Town: Bracknell
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bracknell Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 26 names.



Empire Day was celebrated at the Bracknell state school in the usual patriotic manner. A number of parents assembled to take part in the proceedings. A short programme was rendered by the scholars, and addresses were delivered by the Rev. L. I. Perkins and the head teacher, Mr. E. P. Ede. In the evening the unveiling of a public honour roll took place at the Town Hall.

Examiner (Launceston) 28th May 1921.



 



Branch No. 12 Honour Roll
Branch No. 12 Honour Roll
Address: 30 Fraser Street, Clunes Sub-Branch RSL
City/Town: Clunes
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Roll of Honour commemorates those from Branch No. 12 who served in World War One


Branxholme School Honour Roll
Branxholme School Honour Roll
Address: McNichol Street, Branxholme Public Hall
City/Town: Branxholme
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Branxholme School Honour Roll


Branxton Memorial Rotunda
Branxton Memorial Rotunda
Address: John Rose Avenue
City/Town: Branxton
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Branxton Memorial Rotunda


Brassall Methodist Church Honour Roll
Brassall Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: Nicholas Street, Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Ipswich
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brassall Methodist Church Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



Bream Creek, Copping and Kellevie Roll of Honour
Bream Creek, Copping and Kellevie Roll of Honour
Address: Marion Bay Road, Copping Hall
City/Town: Copping
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates the residents of Bream Creek, Copping and Kellevie Roll who served in World War One.  It lists 46 names. The honour roll was unveiled in the hall at the opening of the Bream Creek Show in 1918.



The Hon. James Murdoch unveiled a memorial tablet which had been erected in the hall, on the 24th April 1918.  The inscription on which was as follows:-"Roll of Honour to residents of Bream Creek, Copping, and Kellevie, who enlisted for active service in the Great War, 1914-19 followed by a list of names in three columns. Mr. Murdoch said that he esteemed it a great honour and a great privilege to be asked to unveil that roll of honour. From that district 34 young men had gone to the front, of whom four had laid down their lives for the Empire.

The Mercury (Hobart) 25th April 1918.



Bream Creek, Copping and Kellevie Roll of Honour
Bream Creek, Copping and Kellevie Roll of Honour
Address: 130 Marion Bay Road, Bream Creek Showground
City/Town: Copping
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
A granite monument which is a copy of the details on the honour roll in Copping Hall commemorates those who served in World War One.   It is placed in in front of the last remaining pine tree planted in honour of the enlisted of World War One

Bredbo District Honour Roll
Bredbo District Honour Roll
Address: Monaro Highway & Cosgrove Street, Bredbo Community Hall
City/Town: Bredbo
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Briagolong Honour Roll
Briagolong Honour Roll
Address: Avon Street, Mechanics Institute
City/Town: Briagolong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Briagolong Honour Roll was unveiled on Empire Day 1917 and contains the names the names of 62 volunteers inscribed in gold on an oak wood board. 



Briagolong School Honour Roll
Briagolong School Honour Roll
Address: Church Street , Primary School
City/Town: Briagolong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Briagolong School No. 1117 Honour Roll was unveiled on the 21st July 1922 and contains 58 names 15 of whom died in service. The roll was unveiled by Master Alan Whitelaw. The Whitelaw family lost four sons in the Great War. 


Bridge Creek Memorial Bridge
Bridge Creek Memorial Bridge
Address: Brooweena - Woolooga Road, 21 km S of Brooweena
City/Town: Gigoomgan
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The  Bridge Creek (Brooweena) War Memorial Bridge was officially opened in 1921 by local clergyman the Reverend Hardingham. Mrs A Brown, whose son was among the fallen, performed the unveiling of the honour roll. The memorial honours the nine local men who died during World War One. Although there were many different types of memorials throughout Queensland, this is the only known example of a memorial bridge. It was designed and funded by Mr L S Smith of Mount Joseph station and, apart from the masonry piers, was constructed by his station hands, some of whom were returned soldiers.



Bridgewater & Memsie Districts Honour Roll
Bridgewater & Memsie Districts Honour Roll
Address: Eldon & Erskine Streets, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bridgewater on Loddon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bridgewater and Memsie Districts Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Bridgewater Brass Band Roll of Honour
Bridgewater Brass Band Roll of Honour
Address: Eldon & Erskine Streets, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bridgewater on Loddon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bridgewater Brass Band Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.


Bridgewater Memorial Fountain
Bridgewater Memorial Fountain
Address: Bridgewater & Mount Barker Roads , Gardens
City/Town: Bridgewater
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bridgewater Memorial Fountain commemorates those who served in World War One.



General G. H. Dean will unveil the Soldiers' Memorial Fountain at Bridgewater on Sunday. The dedicatory service will be conducted by the Rev. A. Francis, assisted by Mr. W. Nicholls. The Ambleside Brass Band will render special music during the afternoon. The fountain is a massive structure of glazed brick, and will serve not only as a permanent memorial to those of the district who served at the war, but as a source of water supply to visitors and picknickers.

The Advertiser (Adelaide), 28th December 1929.



Bridgewater State School Honour Roll
Bridgewater State  School Honour Roll
Address: 55 Eddington Street, Jordan River Learning Federation
City/Town: Bridgewater
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Roll of Honour was displayed in a corridor at the McShane Road site of Bridgewater High School until the building was demolished as a result of a fire in 2007. It had been displayed in the old Bridgewater State School until that school was closed.  The board was not damaged by the fire and is displayed in the new Jordan River Learning Federation buildings.



It lists 50 soldiers from the local area who served in World War 1. Seven of them died during the conflict.



Bridgewater War Memorial
Bridgewater War Memorial
Address: Lily Street, In grounds of flour mill
City/Town: Bridgewater on Loddon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

War Memorial dedicated to 5 fallen employees of the flour mill who served in World War One.


Brighton Congregational Church Honour Roll
Brighton Congregational Church Honour Roll
Address: 247 Midland Highway, old Brighton Uniting Church
City/Town: Pontville
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brighton Congregational Church Honour Roll is a shield shaped honour board, which commemorates those who served in World War One.  It contains the list of names surrounded by a carved wreath of leaves.



Note : It is believed that this church has been sold and is now a private residence.  The location of the honour roll is unknown.



A roll of honour containing 13 names of soldiers who fought in the Great War (five of whom made the great sacrifice) was unveiled in the Brighton Congregational Church last Sunday afternoon by the Rev C Bernard Cockett M A , chairman of the union .The honour board is of polished blackwood, and is beautifully ornamented.

The Mercury (Hobart), 20th December 1921.



Brighton Congregational Church Roll of Honour
Brighton Congregational Church Roll of Honour
Address: 100 Main Street, Brighton Green Ponds RSL Sub Branch
City/Town: Kempton
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A cardboard honour roll commemorates 18 service men who served in World War One.



This honour roll was found as a backing card in a framed picture. It is uncertain if this honour roll comes from Brighton in Tasmania.



Brighton Honour Board
Brighton Honour Board
Address: 11-13 Keelara St , RSL Bowling Club
City/Town: Brighton
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brighton Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War One. The Honour Board was presented to the RSL Sub-Branch by the family of C. Shields in 1943. Mr Shields had been secretary of the Club and the Board was presented to the club in his honour.



At the Brighton Town Hall on the 3rd September 1916,  a large crowd of residents and visitors assembled to witness the unveiling of a handsome bronze roll of honour, upon which had been inscribed the names of 76 residents of the town who have enlisted. Some of them had made the highest sacrifice. In addition to those men whose names appeared on the roll there were 25 students from Dr. Torr's training home who had gone to fight for the Empire. The roll was unveiled by the Acting Mayoress, Mrs Hicks. Speaking at the unveiling ceremony, Mr Parsons M.P , referred to the value of the co-operation of the Allies, and in speaking of Japan said the talk of a Japanese invasion of Australia was to his mind inconceivable. If he thought it was possible he would no longer retain the Consulate of Japan in South Australia.

The Register (Adelaide), 4th September 1916.



Brighton Methodist Church Honour Roll
Brighton Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: 443 Brighton Road, Brighton Uniting Church
City/Town: Brighton
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brighton Methodist Church Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at September 2013.



Brighton Municipality Roll of Honour
Brighton Municipality Roll of Honour
Address: 1 Tivoli Road, Brighton Council Chambers
City/Town: Gagebrook
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brighton Municipality Roll of Honour commemorates those from the Brighton Municipality who served in World War One.



Monument characteristics :



Comprises of three framed forms inscribed in black ink



The Brighton Municipal Council at its meeting last week, in response to a letter from Mrs. T. C. Hodgman, of New Town, unanimously decided that the names of all men who had been born in the Brighton Municipality, and who had taken up arms in the present war, be included in the roll of honour hung in the Council chambers.

The Mercury (Hobart) 19th July 1916.



Brighton State School Honour Roll
Brighton State School Honour Roll
Address: Wilson Street, Brighton Primary School
City/Town: Brighton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.  It was unveiled in November 1923 by Sir Alexander Peacock.



Brighton Uniting Church Plaque
Brighton Uniting Church Plaque
Address: 247 Midland Highway, old Brighton Uniting Church
City/Town: Pontville
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brighton Uniting Church Plaque is a bi-coloured marble plaque commemorating two fallen soldiers who served in World War One.



Note : It is believed that this church has been sold and is now a private residence.  Location of the plaque is unknown.



Brighton War Memorial
Brighton War Memorial
Address: Beach Road, Green Point
City/Town: Brighton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who have served in the various conflicts that Australia has been involved in.  It was originally constructed as a World War One memorial but has been augmented to commemorate other conflicts.



Monument characteristics :



The precinct consists of a sandstone obelisk, and behind it is a sandstone wall which lists the names of those commemorated.



Brim Memorial Hall
Brim Memorial Hall
Address: Swann Street
City/Town: Brim
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Brim Memorial Hall was erected in 1920 to honour those who served in World War One.


Brim School Honour Roll
Brim School Honour Roll
Address: Swann Street, Brim Memorial Hall
City/Town: Brim
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Brim School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Brinkley Honour Roll
Brinkley Honour Roll
Address: Brinkley Road, Brinkley Hall
City/Town: Brinkley
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brinkley Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Recently the people of Brinkley assembled to welcome back two of the lads, and incidentally to unveil the roll of honour to the men who had left the district at the call of Empire. Rev. D. C. Harris presided, and there was a large attendance. Appropriate remarks were made by the chairman.  Mrs. Humphrey unveiled the roll of honour.

The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser (SA), 24 January 1919.



Brinkworth Soldiers` Memorial Hall
Brinkworth Soldiers` Memorial Hall
Address: Main Street
City/Town: Brinkworth
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brinkworth Soldiers` Memorial Hall was erected in memory of the fallen of World War One. The foundation stone for the hall was laid by the Hon. H.N.Barwell, Attorney-General on 11th February 1920.



For many years past residents have been dissatisfied with the unfinished appearance of the local public hall. At a public meeting held to form a peace celebration committee on March 5 it was decided to add two rooms with a lobby to the front of the hall, the additions to be named "The Fallen Soldiers' Memorial." The committee, with a view to raising funds, arranged a concert and invited Mr E. W. A. Virgo (returned soldier) to make an appeal. This resulted in £140 being collected. Mr.Virgo further offered his services for canvassing the district, and up to the present the magnificent sum of £510 is in hand. Promises of material and labor have been made. The committee aims at £700 within six months. If its hopes are realised a fitting and useful memorial should he erected by the end of 1919 in honor of the fallen soldiers.

Recorder (Port Pirie) 20th May 1919



Brisbane City Council Roll of Honour
Brisbane City Council Roll of Honour
Address: King George Square, Foyer, Brisbane City Hall
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates employees of the Council who served in World War One.



Brisbane Grammar School Great Hall Honour Board
Brisbane Grammar School Great Hall Honour Board
Address: 24 Gregory Terrace, Great Hall, Brisbane Grammar School
City/Town: Spring Hill
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brisbane Grammar School Great Hall Honour Board honours those from the school who enlisted in World War One.

 



No further information known as at June 2013.



Brisbane Grammar School Memorial Library Honour Boards-Fallen
Brisbane Grammar School Memorial Library Honour Boards-Fallen
Address: 24 Gregory Terrace, Memorial Library, Brisbane Grammar School
City/Town: Spring Hill
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Two timber Honour Boards with inscribed metal panels, displaying names of the ex-pupils who died or were killed during World War One.



Brisbane Grammar School War Memorial Library
Brisbane Grammar School War Memorial Library
Address: 24 Gregory Terrace, Brisbane Grammar School
City/Town: Spring Hill
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The library was built by past and present boys of the school to perpetuate the memory of the 1023 boys who enlisted from the school and the 172 who made the supreme sacrifice in World War One.



 A crystal cabinet  contains four volumes of leather-bound books, (the Golden Books) with one page devoted to each of the 1023 former pupils, two staff members and one trustee of Brisbane Grammar School who enlisted in the First World War. One volume at a time is displayed in a glass case in the Memorial Library, with the pages turned daily. The Library contains many important and commemorative stained glass windows, to past pupils who died during war.

 



The granite foundation stone was laid on Anzac Day 1923 by the Governor of Queensland Sir Matthew Nathan. The library was officially opened and dedicated on the 11th November 1924 by the Governor, Sir Matthew Nathan who turned a golden key in the lock to open the building.  A hush fell over the crowd as the door swung to and disclosed the exquisite stained glass windows and the crystal cabinet containing the Golden Books.

The Northern Miner (Charters Towers), 27th April 1923, The Queenslander (Brisbane) 22nd November 1924.



British Medical Association Monument
British Medical Association Monument
Address: 293 Royal Parade, Australian Medical Association
City/Town: Parkville
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the doctors from the then British (Australian) Medical Association that served in World War One.


The monument was created by Charles Web Gilbert who was an important sculptor of Australian World War One memorials. He produced several sculptures for the Australian War Memorial, such as Bomb Thrower and Stretcher-bearers.


Broadford APM Mill Honour Roll
Broadford APM Mill Honour Roll
Address: Broadford- Kilmore Road, Canteen, Paper Mill
City/Town: Broadford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Broadford APM Mill Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Broadford Memorial Gates
Broadford Memorial Gates
Address: Hamilton & Gavin Streets, Sports Ground
City/Town: Broadford
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Broadford Memorial Gates were erected to commemorate those who served in World War One.



Broadsound District Roll of Honour
Broadsound District Roll of Honour
Address: Evans Street & Railway Parade, Broadsound Centenary Hall
City/Town: St Lawrence
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Broadsound District Roll of Honour honours 69 fallen and returned who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Broadwater Parklands ANZAC Park
Broadwater Parklands ANZAC Park
Address: Gold Coast Highway, Opposite Australia Fair Shopping Centre
City/Town: Southport
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A park commemorates those who served in World War One.



Broadwater Public School Honour Roll
Broadwater Public School Honour Roll
Address: Pacific Highway, Broadwater Public School
City/Town: Broadwater
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Brobenah Honour Roll
Brobenah Honour Roll
Address: Bendee Street, Barellan Community Centre
City/Town: Barellan
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Brobenah Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.

The unveiling of the war trophy allotted to Brobenah and the honor roll took place at the Brobenah Hall on Wednesday evening last, when there was a crowded house. Cr. G. Gow occupied the chair. Several artists from Narandera assisted at the concert which was successful.  The Chairman explained the reason for the gathering, and asked Messrs. Leitch and Jackson to unveil the honor roll and the machine gun by drawing aside the Union Jack and the Australian flag which hid them from view. The whole audience stood in respectful silence while this ceremony was performed.

Narandera Argus & Riverina Advertiser (NSW), 20th May 1921



Brocklesby War Memorial
Brocklesby War Memorial
Address: Howlong Road, Outside School of Arts
City/Town: Brocklesby
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Brocklesby War Memorial commemorates those who served in World War One. Funding was received in 2013 for restoration of the memorial.



Very favourable comment has been received upon the beautiful soldiers monument recently erected in Brocklesby. The monument which is of the Gothic order of architecture was designed by Mr. T. Greenfield of Albury and the whole of the work was carried out in his yards under his personal direction with the exception of the lamp stand which was made by a Melbourne firm to Mr Greenfield's specifications and drawings. The monument has marble panels on fours sides inscribed with the names of the thirty-eight lads who volunteered from Brocklesby and district.

The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times, 16th August 1919.



Broken Creek State School Honour Roll
Broken Creek State School Honour Roll
Address: 413 Quinn Road, Broken Hill Primary School
City/Town: Broken Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Broken Hill Rifle Club Honour Roll
Broken Hill Rifle Club Honour Roll
Address: 403 Argent Street, Broken Hill RSL Sub-Branch
City/Town: Broken Hill
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates members of the Broken Hill Rifle Club who served in World War One



Brooklyn Roll of Honour
Brooklyn Roll of Honour
Address: Dangar Road, Hawkesbury River (Brooklyn) Railway Station
City/Town: Brooklyn
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Brookton District Honour Roll
Brookton District Honour Roll
Address: White & Whittington Streets, Brookton Memorial Hall
City/Town: Brookton
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Glass covered timber framed honour roll that has been handwritten and decorated with flags. A photo of the King has been inserted with the names of various countries.



No further information known as at May 2013



 



Brookton Uniting Church Roll of Honour
Brookton Uniting Church Roll of Honour
Address: Richardson Street, Uniting Church
City/Town: Brookton
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour Roll commemorates those from the church who served in World War One.



Monument characteristics :



A timber plaque with architrave trim at top and curved sides containing 30 names.



Broome Fallen Soldiers Memorial
Broome Fallen Soldiers Memorial
Address: Robinson Street, Broome Historical Museum
City/Town: Broome
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The remains of the former war memorial housed in the Museum commemorates those who served in World War One.



World War One claimed the lives of fifty-seven Broome men and to honour their memory a `Fallen Soldiers Memorial Committee` was established in 1920 to decide upon a suitable Memorial and to organise the collection of funds from the public. At this time the Committee applied to the State War Trophy Committee for an item of German weaponry to mount alongside the Memorial, a machinegun was offered but rejected on the grounds that the weapon was inadequate for a memorial that was to be "one of the finest in the State". Eventually a 75mm Krupps field gun was supplied. The completed Memorial arrived in Broome in the latter half of 1921, Col. Mansbridge, Broome Magistrate, performed the unveiling ceremony in Bedford Park on New Years Day, 1922 with the Dampier Brass Band in attendance.



During the following years the internal steel rods rusted to the point that by the 1980s the structure was declared unsafe and the height was reduced by removing the sections between the intermediate cornices, however, rusting of the rods in the remaining sections continued leading to splitting of the stone until, in the 1990s, a Memorial Reconstruction Committee was formed to adress the problem. Their conclusion was that the Memorial was beyond repair and a new memorial was constructed with the the remains of the old memorial being housed in the Museum as well as the field gun.



Broome Roll of Honour
Broome Roll of Honour
Address: 271 Saville Street, Broome Historical Museum
City/Town: Broome
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Broome Roll of Honour is a printed roll which lists the names of those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013



Broomfield State School Honour Roll
Broomfield State School Honour Roll
Address: 60 Albert Street, RSL Club
City/Town: Creswick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates students who served in World War One


Monument characteristics :


A wooden honour roll with gold lettering  


Broughton District Honour Roll
Broughton District Honour Roll
Address: Broughton-Yanac Road, Broughton Memorial Hall
City/Town: Broughton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Broughton Rechabites Honour Roll
Broughton Rechabites Honour Roll
Address: Broughton-Yanac Road, Broughton Memorial Hall
City/Town: Broughton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 The Broughton Rechabites Honour Roll honurs those who served in World War One.


Bruce Memorial Hall
Bruce Memorial Hall
Address: Railway Terrace South
City/Town: Bruce
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bruce Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those from the district who lost their lives in World War One.





Bruce decked itself with flags on September 8 in honor of the laying of the foundation stone of the Memorial Hall by Mr. Arthur H. Abbot. The new building is to be of reinforced concrete, and will be situated not far from the railway-station, on a block of land generously given by Mr. Fred. H. Lehmann. It is being erected in honor of men from the district who made the supreme sacrifice in the great war. The weather was unfavorable, put there was a good representative gathering, many people coming from long distances.  Eloquent speeches were delivered by Mr. J. Gordon Fraser, Mr. G. H. Voigt (president of the trust), and Mr. N. Dixon, secretary of the movement. Responses on behalf of the Returned Soldiers' Association were made by Messrs J. D. Martin (the contractor) and T. O'Reilly.  Over £60 was placed on the foundation stone.

Chronicle (Adelaide, SA), 16 September 1922.



Bruce Rock District Roll of Honour
Bruce Rock District Roll of Honour
Address: 54 Johnson Street, Bruce Rock Shire Offices
City/Town: Bruce Rock
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Roll of Honour commemorates those from the district who served in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013



Bruce Rock Memorial House
Bruce Rock Memorial House
Address: Dunstal Street
City/Town: Bruce Rock
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial House is the original Bruce Rock Memorial Hospital building which was erected in memory of those who fought in World War One.



The idea of a World War One memorial in the form of a hospital was put forward by Bruce Rock Roads Board. The Board donated £65 and the Government offered £1 for every £1 raised by the community. There was a desire to be self-reliant and not dependent on Government handouts (or under Government control). Funds were raised by dances, socials, fancy dress balls, flower selling and a farm to farm canvas. An amount of £1,406 was raised and architect William Thorne donated his £150 fee. The State Government donated £1,500 for the project. The Bruce Rock War Memorial Hospital completed in 1922. In 1978, the place was converted to an aged care facility known as Memorial House.



Bruce Rock War Memorial Hospital Honour Board
Bruce Rock War Memorial Hospital Honour Board
Address: Dunstal Street, Memorial House
City/Town: Bruce Rock
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bruce Rock War Memorial Hospital Honour Board is located at Memorial House which was formerly the Bruce Rock Memorial Hospital. The honour roll contains 39 names of those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013



Bruie Plains Roll of Honour
Bruie Plains Roll of Honour
Address: Trundle - Tullamore Road, Trundle War Memorial School of Arts
City/Town: Trundle
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Bruie Plains Roll of Honour


Brunswick Memorial Hall
Brunswick Memorial Hall
Address: Ommaney Road
City/Town: Brunswick
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Community hall constructed in brick with a marble memorial tablet inscribed with the names of those who served in World War One.



The Brunswick Memorial Hall was constructed by the prominent architectural firm Cameron Powell and Chisholm in 1936. It was built at a cost of 6,500 pounds on the site of the previous hall which had been standing there since 1894. The builder was Mr. Joseph Johnson of Harvey. The building was opened on the 15th of July 1936 by Sir James Mitchell.



 



Brunswick North Suburban Lodge 112 Honour Roll
Brunswick North Suburban Lodge 112 Honour Roll
Address: 6 Davies Street, North Brunswick Masonic Centre
City/Town: Brunswick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Brunswick North Suburban Lodge 112 Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Brunswick South State School Honour Roll
Brunswick South State School Honour Roll
Address: 56 Brunswick Road, Brunswick South State School
City/Town: Brunswick East
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Brunswick South State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One and was unveiled on the 14th December 1917. It was unveiled by Major Baird M.L.A., Minister for Education.


Brunswick Town Hall Honour Roll
Brunswick Town Hall Honour Roll
Address: 233 Sydney Road, Foyer, Brunswick Town Hall
City/Town: Brunswick
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Honour Roll commemorates those who served and died from Brunswick during World War One. It was unveiled by Major General H.E. Elliot on 19 August 1928.


Bruny Roll of Honour
Bruny Roll of Honour
Address: Bruny Island Main Road, Alonnah Community Hall
City/Town: Alonnah
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bruny Honour Roll commemorates 66 who served and died in World War One.



The temporary honour roll of the Bruny Municipality was unveiled by the Governor of Tasmania on the 26th November 1919. The roll contained the name of Lieutenant J.J. Dwyer a Victoria Cross recipient. The honour board was made by Mr A.H.Denne of North Bruny out of Bruny wood and the lettering was executed by Miss Edna Denne of North Bruny.

The Mercury (Hobart), 26th November 1919.



Brushgrove District Soldiers Helpers League Honour Roll
Brushgrove District Soldiers Helpers League Honour Roll
Address: Clarence Street, Brushgrove-Tyndale Hall
City/Town: Brushgrove
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Brushgrove District Soldiers Helpers League Honour Roll


Buchan School No 1905 Honour Roll
Buchan School No 1905 Honour Roll
Address: 4 Dalley Street, Buchan Primary School
City/Town: Buchan
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Buchan School No 1905 Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Buckland Hill Memorial Park Gates
Buckland Hill Memorial Park Gates
Address: Palmerston Street, Memorial Park
City/Town: Mosman Park
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Buckland Hill Memorial Park Gates are dedicated to the memory of the fallen soldiers of the Buckland Hill District.



The gates erected in 1934 were officially opened by Sir J. Talbot Hobbs on the 28th April 1935 after a dedication ceremony performed by Archdeacon C.L.Riley.

The West Australian (Perth), 27th April 1935.



Buckley Street Methodist Sunday School Honour Roll
Buckley Street Methodist Sunday School Honour Roll
Address: Pall Mall, Soldiers Memorial Institute
City/Town: Bendigo
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Buckley Street Methodist Sunday School Honour Roll lists those who served in World War One.



Buderim Mountain Roll of Honour
Buderim Mountain Roll of Honour
Address: King Street, Buderim Community Hall
City/Town: Buderim
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Buderim Mountain Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.

 



The Honour Board was unveiled in the School of Arts Hall on the 23rd August 1917. The Reverend Slater acted as Chairman of the proceedings and he gave a stirring address in which he urged those who are fit and able to enlist to do so. Mrs Sawrey who had two sons at the Front was invited to unveil the roll.

The Brisbane Courier, 30th August 1917.



Buderim War Memorial Gates
Buderim War Memorial Gates
Address: King Street
City/Town: Buderim
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Buderim War Memorial Gate honours those who served in World War One.



The gates were erected at the entrance to the School of Arts in memory of the fallen soldiers of World War One. The gates were officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Brisbane on the 7th May 1932. The Brisbane Courier (Qld), 9th May 1932.



Bukkulla District Roll of Honour
Bukkulla District Roll of Honour
Address: Tingha Road, Inverell R.S.L. Museum, Inverell Pioneer Village
City/Town: Inverell
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bukkulla District Roll of Honour


Bulahdelah District Roll of Honour
Bulahdelah District Roll of Honour
Address: 76 Crawford Street, Bulahdelah School of Arts Hall
City/Town: Bulahdelah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Bulahdelah District Soldiers Memorial Gates
Bulahdelah District Soldiers Memorial Gates
Address: Prince Street, Bulahdelah Showground
City/Town: Bulahdelah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bulahdelah District Soldiers Memorial Gates commemorate those who served in World War One.  The gates were restored in 2012 in a combined effort between the Show Society, Bulahdelah RSL Sub-branch and the Bulahdelah War Memorial Trust.



Bulga Memorial Gates
Bulga Memorial Gates
Address: Inlet Road, War Memorial Gardens
City/Town: Bulga
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bulga Memorial Gates


Bulga Soldiers Memorial Hall
Bulga Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: 121 Glenwarrin Road
City/Town: Elands
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bulga Soldiers Memorial Hall


Bulimba Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Park
Bulimba Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Park
Address: Princess & Stuart Streets, Jamieson Park
City/Town: Bulimba
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bulimba Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Park commemorates Bulimba servicemen and women who had served in World War One. The first memorials erected in the park were the Oxford Road formal entrance gateway and an adjacent pillar. A plaque on the memorial pillar records that the park is dedicated to the soldiers, sailors and nurses who enlisted from Bulimba for service in the Great War 1914-1919.



Between 1919 and 1923 trees were planted along the Stuart, Godwin and Oxford Street frontages. Each tree bore a commemorative plaque honouring a serviceman killed in action. These plaques have since disappeared, and only six names are recorded. Most of the surviving memorial trees are located along Oxford Street.



Bulla War Memorial
Bulla War Memorial
Address: Sunbury Road
City/Town: Bulla
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.


Bullarook Mutual Improvement Association Honour Roll
Bullarook Mutual Improvement Association Honour Roll
Address: 323 Bungaree- Wallace Road, Bullarook and District Historical Society
City/Town: Bungaree
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bullarook Mutual Improvement Association Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bullarto State School Honour Roll
Bullarto State School Honour Roll
Address: South Bullarto Road, Bullarto Primary School
City/Town: Bullarto
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bullumwaal District Honour Roll
Bullumwaal District Honour Roll
Address: 2670 Bullumwaal Road, Bullumwaal Mechanics Hall
City/Town: Bullumwaal
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bullumwaal District Honour Roll honours those from the district who served in World War One.


Bullumwaal State School Honour Roll
Bullumwaal State School Honour Roll
Address: 2670 Bullumwaal Road, Bullumwaal Mechanics Hall
City/Town: Bullumwaal
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bullumwaal State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Bullyard Roll of Honour
Bullyard Roll of Honour
Address: Bucca Road, Bullyard Hall
City/Town: Bullyard
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bullyard Roll of Honour



Bunbartha State School Honour Roll
Bunbartha State School Honour Roll
Address: Shepparton-Barmah Road, Bunbartha Community Centre.
City/Town: Bunbartha
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bundalaguah War Memorial
Bundalaguah War Memorial
Address: 627 Sale-Maffra Road, Primary School
City/Town: Bundalaguah
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bundalaguah War Memorial commemorates those who served in World War One.


Note:- This memorial may refer to the Avenue of Honour memorial which is believed to be located in Montgomery Road at the oval.


Bundanoon Honour Roll
Bundanoon Honour Roll
Address: Railway Avenue, Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bundanoon
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Two honour rolls commemorate those who served in World War One.

Bungarby Honour Roll
Bungarby Honour Roll
Address: Bungarby Road, Bungarby Hall
City/Town: Bungarby
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who died or were killed in World War One.  The honour roll was restored and unveiled on 4 May 2007.



Bungarby War Memorial
Bungarby War Memorial
Address: Bungarby Road, Bungarby Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bungarby
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bungarby War Memorial is a polished grey granite obelisk. The memorial was refurbished and rededicated on the 24th April 1993.


Bungaree Shire Honour Roll
Bungaree Shire Honour Roll
Address: 323 Bungaree-Wallace Road, Bungaree and District Historical Society
City/Town: Bungaree
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bungaree Shire Honour Roll commemorates the men who enlisted in World War One from within the boundaries of the Bungaree Shire Council .



No further information known as at November 2013



 



Bungaree State School Honour Roll
Bungaree State School Honour Roll
Address: 323 Wallace- Bungaree Road, Bungaree Historical Society
City/Town: Bungaree
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bungaree State School Honour Roll commemorates former scholars who served in World War One. The roll was unveiled in November 1921.



 



Bungaree Station War Memorial
Bungaree Station War Memorial
Address: Main North Road, Bungaree Station, St Michaels Church
City/Town: Clare
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A Font commemorates members of the church who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.



In 1923 Archdeacon Bussell dedicated two tablets in the church, in the presence of over 50 people. One tablet was in memory of George Charles Hawker, his wife Lady Hawker, and several of their children. The other tablet in St. Michael's is placed over the font, which is the war memorial of the church, and was given in memory of the members of the Bungaree congregation who fell in the Great War.

Chronicle (Adelaide), 3rd October 1929.



Bungendore Roll of Honour
Bungendore Roll of Honour
Address: Molonglo Street, Bungendore Memorial Hall
City/Town: Bungendore
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bungowannah War Memorial
Bungowannah War Memorial
Address: Bungowannah Road & Hovell Road, Cemetery
City/Town: Bungowannah
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A monument commemorates those who served in World War One.



Bungwahl Roll of Honour
Bungwahl Roll of Honour
Address: 2463 The Lakesway, Bungwahl Historic Hall
City/Town: Bungwahl
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Buninyong Memorial Wall
Buninyong Memorial Wall
Address: Learmonth Road (Midland Highway)
City/Town: Buninyong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Buninyong Memorial Wall commemorates those who served in World War One


Buninyong State School Honour Roll
Buninyong State School Honour Roll
Address: 401 Learmonth Street, Buninyong RSL
City/Town: Buninyong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Buninyong State School Honour Roll containing the names of past scholars who served in World War One was unveiled on the 10th May 1916 by the President of the Shire, Councillor A.J.Fisken.



Bunyip State School Honour Roll
Bunyip State School Honour Roll
Address: 1290 Longwarry Road , Bunyip Primary School
City/Town: Bunyip
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Bunyip State School Honour Roll honours past scholars of the school who served in World War One.


Buraja`s Photographic Roll of Honour
Buraja`s Photographic Roll of Honour
Address: Riverina Highway, Recreation Ground
City/Town: Lowesdale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Buraja`s Photographic Roll of Honour


Burke Shire Council Honour Roll
Burke Shire Council Honour Roll
Address: Musgrave Street, Shire Council Office
City/Town: Burketown
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burke Shire Council Honour Roll lists 46 names of those from Burketown and District who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Burnett Heads Roll of Honour
Burnett Heads Roll of Honour
Address: Zunker Street, Burnett Heads Progress Hall
City/Town: Burnett Heads
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burnett Heads Roll of Honour



Burnie War Memorial
Burnie War Memorial
Address: Bass Highway & West Park Grove, Burnie Park
City/Town: Burnie
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A memorial commemorates those who died or were killed in World War One.  Money was raised by the Fallen Soldiers` Memorial Committee to construct the monument.



Monument characteristices :

A blue granite obelisk 

 



An important event in the history of Burnie eventuated yesterday afternoon, when a memorial to commemorate the memory of district soldiers who laid down their lives in the Great War was unveiled. The ceremony was a most impressive one, and the earnest words that were spoken should long be remembered by all who were present. The monument itself is a granite obelisk. The foundations are of columnar basalt, obtained from the quarry in the vicinity of the Burnie wharves. It is interesting to note that there are very few places in the world where rock of this formation has been found.

Advocate (Burnie), 18th February 1924


 



Burnside & Beaumont Wards Memorial to Fallen Soldiers
Burnside & Beaumont Wards Memorial to Fallen Soldiers
Address: Greenhill Road & Hawthorn Crescent, Hazelwood Park
City/Town: Hazelwood Park
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burnside and Beaumont Wards Memorial was erected in memory of the fallen soldiers of World War One. During the redevelopment of Hazelwood Park the obelisk was removed from its former site and re-erected in its present position and rededicated on the 16th April 1967.



In the presence of several thousands of people on the 17th April 1921, His Excellency, the Governor (Sir Archibald Weigall) opened the Burnside Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Pavilion in Hazlewood Park and unveiled a granite obelisk, placed therein, which contains the following inscription on bronze plates:— "Burnside and Beaumont Wards memorial to fallen soldiers: great war, 1914-1918. They responded to the call of and fell in defence of liberty and justice. Other tablets contained the names of the fallen.

Chronicle (Adelaide), 23rd April 1921.



Burnside District Council Honour Board
Burnside District Council Honour Board
Address: 401 Greenhill Road, Burnside Council Chambers
City/Town: Tusmore
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burnside District Council Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War One.



At Hazelwood Park, Burnside on the 15th March 1919, Col. S. Price Weir, D.S.O., at the invitation of the Burnside and Beaumont Wards Anzac and Returned Soldiers Welcome Home Committee, presented 83 silver medals to soldiers and nurses who enlisted from the wards mentioned; also four gold Maltese crosses to the following Anzacs:— Capt. E. M. Inglis, M.C. (10th Battalion), Pte. N. H Bradshaw (10th Battalion), and Pte. T. Atkinson and Dvr. K. Pitman, A.S.C. (late 3rd Light Horse). The District Council of Burnside took the opportunity to unveil a roll of honour containing the names of 280 men who enlisted in the district.

The Register (Adelaide), 15th March 1919.



Burnside District Memorial Avenues
Burnside District Memorial Avenues
Address: Prescott Terrace & Alexandra Avenue, Behind War Memorial
City/Town: Rose Park
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burnside District Memorial Avenues were planted to commemorate those from the district who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.



An impressive ceremony took place on July 19, at Rose Park, when Soldiers' Memorial avenues were planted at Alexandra Avenue and Prescott Terrace in the presence of a large company of spectators, in honor of the soldiers who enisted from the Burnside district, with a special tree to each of the men who fell. The chairman of the Burnside District Council (Councillor J. A. Harper) presided. His Excellency the Governor was received by the chairman and other members of the council, a guard of honor being formed by the 1st Troop Rose Park Boy Scouts. Selections were played by the Rose Park School Band.



Mr. F Johns (secretary of the Memorial Committee) announced that he had had handed to him 70 patriotic emblems, bearing devices of the Allied nations, which were to be given to the relatives who planted trees that day in memory of the fallen. They had been presented by Mesdames Leon and Mouchette and were intended as souvenirs of the occasion. Chaplain Rev. G. W. Kendrew offered the dedicatory prayer.



His Excellency planted the first tree,and the Premier, the chairman of the District Council, the ohairman of the Improvement Association, and Colonel Price Weir, D.S.O. also planted trees. Relatives of the fallen men followed, and Troop-leader Albert Ind sounded 'The Last Post.' About 80 men from the district have fallen.

Chronicle (Adelaide), 26th July 1919.


 



Burnside Memorial Home
Burnside Memorial Home
Address: 13 Blackwood Place, Uniting Care Burnside
City/Town: Oatlands
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Burnside Memorial  Home was erected by Sir James Burns as a special gift in memory of Australians who fought in World War 1. The childrens home was designed to accomodate 70 children and a staff of officers and was erected at a cost of ₤15000.  The war memorial home was opened by the Governor General Lord Forster. 


Burnside Primary School Memorial Gates
Burnside Primary School Memorial Gates
Address: High Street, Burnside Primary School
City/Town: Burnside
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burnside Primary School Memorial Gates were erected in memory of old scholars who fell in the Great War.



The Memorial Gates, erected by the school committee and welfare club in honour of those old scholars who died in the Great War , were opened by the Attorney- General, Mr. W. J. Denny on the 19th June 1926. Mr. P. W. Culley designed the memorial and supervised its construction. In addition to the main gates two side entrances are provided. The structure is on the High Street frontage of the school property and includes two bronze tablets bearing the names of the fallen soldiers.

The Mail (Adelaide), 12th June 1926.



Burra District Honour Roll
Burra District Honour Roll
Address: 1 Market Street, Foyer, Regional Council of Goyder
City/Town: Burra
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burra District Honour Roll commemorates those from the district who served in World War One.



The Honour Roll was unveiled by the Governor of South Australia (Sir Tom Bridges) on the 19th March 1927. The honour roll is of handsome design in highly polished blackwood, with curved pillars and surmounted with a canopy under which is the Australian Coat of Arms. The roll bears 600 names including 100 who died.  Returning to the front of the institute His Excellency, pulled a cord which drew the covering away, said, "To the glory of God and the undying memory of men of Burra and district who fought and died in the Great War, I unveil this honour roll."

The Register (Adelaide, SA), 22 March 1927.



Burra Memorial Honour Board
Burra Memorial Honour Board
Address: Kingston & Market Street
City/Town: Burra
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
A Memorial Honour Board commemorates the men from Burra who lost their lives and were buried overseas during World War One.

Burran Rock District Honour Roll
Burran Rock District Honour Roll
Address: Railway Avenue, Nungarin Memorial Hall
City/Town: Nungarin
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burran Rock District Honour Roll honours 30 men who served in World War One.



No further information known as at May 2013



Burringbar War Memorial
Burringbar War Memorial
Address: Upper Burringbar Road, Burringbar Park
City/Town: Burringbar
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Burringbar War Memorial


Burrumbeet Soldiers Memorial Hall
Burrumbeet Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: 46 Burrumbeet Road
City/Town: Burrumbeet
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Memorial Hall was established in 1935 in honour of those who had served in World War One.



Burwood War Memorial
Burwood War Memorial
Address: 282 Warrigal Road, Burwood Reserve
City/Town: Glen Iris
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Commemorates 89 servicemen who served, died or were killed in World War One.  The front of the monument commemorates the returned servicemen and the reverse those who died or were killed.


 


Monument characteristics :


 


The monument is a 6 segmented granite tapered obelisk set upon a granite plinth and two rough granite steps.


Bushy Park War Memorial
Bushy Park War Memorial
Address: Uxbridge Road, Red Hills Cemetery
City/Town: Bushy Park
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A combined memorial was unveiled at the entrance to the cemetery, with individual plaques and photographs of Gunner Edgar Westerway, Private Sydney Butler, Private Mathew Clark and Gunner Thomas Heffernan.



Bute Soldiers Memorial Hall
Bute Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: High Street
City/Town: Bute
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Bute Soldiers Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served in World War One. The foundation stone for the hall was laid on the 8th March 1922.



The opening ceremony in connection with the Bute Soldiers' Memorial hall took place on February 16th, 1923.  After the 'Song of Australia' by the children, Mr. D. J. Morris, chairman of the committee, requested the Premier to perform the opening ceremony with a silver key. This was done formally, and a public meeting followed. The hall was crowded to the doors with enthusiastic people.

Chronicle (Adelaide), 24th February 1923.



Butler War Memorial
Butler War Memorial
Address: Brooker-Butler Road, Butler Hall
City/Town: Butler
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Butler War Memorial commemorates the fallen soldiers of World War One. The soldiers memorial was moved from the memorial park to the front approach of the Butler Hall in 1939.



The soldiers of the Butler district who gave their lives in the war are commemorated by this obelisk, which was unveiled at Butler by Dr. Wibberley in 1924.

Chronicle (Adelaide), Ist November 1924.



Byaduk Honour Roll
Byaduk Honour Roll
Address: Port Fairy-Hamilton Road, Byaduk Mechanics Hall
City/Town: Byaduk
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Byaduk Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


C.S.R. Co`s Childers Mill Roll of Honour
C.S.R. Co`s Childers Mill Roll of Honour
Address: 55 Churchill Street, Isis District RSL
City/Town: Childers
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates employees from the mill who served in World War One.



The Childers Mill Honour Roll was unveiled in the mill reading room on the 30th June 1917 by Mr H.J. Sinclair, chief engineer who was leaving to take up a similar position in Millaquin refinery. There were no fewer than 58 names on the roll, all of whom had been employees at one time or another. The Brisbane Courier (Qld), 3rd July 1917.



Caboolture District Roll of Honour
Caboolture District Roll of Honour
Address: 5 Hasking Street, Caboolture RSL
City/Town: Caboolture
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One



Monument characteristics :



A white marble roll with a rising sun on top, and it lists 195 names



The roll was unveiled in the Memorial Hall by Mr R.J.Warren on Anzac Day 1926 and the tablet was consecrated by the Reverend Mr Mills who also officiated at the memorial service which was attended by 500 people.

The Brisbane Courier, 3rd May 1926.



Cabra-Vale Park Memorial Bandstand
Cabra-Vale Park Memorial Bandstand
Address: Railway Parade & Bartley Street, Cabravale Park
City/Town: Cabramatta
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Cabra-Vale Park Memorial Bandstand


Cairns Bay School Roll of Honour
Cairns Bay School Roll of Honour
Address: 11 Memorial Drive, Geeveston RSL
City/Town: Geeveston
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Roll of Honour from the defunct Cairns Bay School lists 22 names of those who served in World War One.



Cairns Returned Services League Roll of Honour
Cairns Returned Services League Roll of Honour
Address: 115 Esplanade , Cairns RSL
City/Town: Cairns
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Returned Services League Roll of Honour lists those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013.



Calder Road Roll of Honour
Calder Road Roll of Honour
Address: Calder Road, Calder Hall
City/Town: Calder
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Calder Road Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 20 names



Monument characteristics :



Photographic honour roll

 

There was a big crowd in the Calder Hall, on Wednesday night at the unveiling of the Calder Roll of Honor. This takes the form of a photo frame and on Wednesday it contained 15 portraits. Three have fallen in France— Pte. G.Blake, Capt J. T. Tyrrell and Sergt S. J. Game, while the wounded comprise Q.M.S., G. R. Tyrrel (returned), Ptes. F. E. G. Millington and I. E. Harris.

The North Western Advocate & Emu Bay Times (Tas) ,14th July 1917.



California Gully State School Honour Roll
California Gully State School Honour Roll
Address: Staley Street, California Gully State School
City/Town: California Gully
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those from the California Gully State School that served in World War One



California Gully State School Record of Honour
California Gully State School Record of Honour
Address: Staley Street, California Gully State School
City/Town: California Gully
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A Record of Honour book commemorates those who served in World War One.



Calivil Football Club Honour Roll
Calivil Football Club Honour Roll
Address: Prairie West Road, Calivil Hall
City/Town: Calivil
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Calivil Football Club Honour Roll was unveiled in the Public Hall by Miss Kentish on the 5th May 1920.  It contained the names of footballers who had served in the war.



Calivil North State School Honour Roll
Calivil North State School Honour Roll
Address: 22 Ottrey Street, Pyramid Hill RSL
City/Town: Pyramid Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.  



The school closed years ago and was located at Loddon Valley Highway and Campbells Road, Loddon Vale



Calliope and District Roll of Honour
Calliope and District Roll of Honour
Address: 32 Stirrat Street, Calliope RSL
City/Town: Calliope
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Calliope and District Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Calliungal North State School Roll of Honour
Calliungal North State School Roll of Honour
Address: Morgan Street, Community Services Hall
City/Town: Mount Morgan
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Calliungal North State School Roll of Honour lists all the ex-students of the school who served or died in the Great War.



The Honour Roll was unveiled at the school on the 14th September 1918. Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton), 20th September 1918.



Caltowie and District Roll of Honour
Caltowie and District Roll of Honour
Address: Charles Street, Caltowie Soldiers Memorial Institute
City/Town: Caltowie
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Caltowie and District Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at September 2013



Caltowie Fallen Soldiers Roll of Honour
Caltowie Fallen Soldiers Roll of Honour
Address: Charles Street, Caltowie Soldiers Memorial Institute
City/Town: Caltowie
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Caltowie Fallen Soldiers Roll of Honour commemorates those who fell in the Great War 1914 - 1918. The marble tablet listing the names of the fallen is on the front of the Caltowie Soldiers Memorial Institute.



No further information known as at September 2013



Caltowie Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Caltowie Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Address: Irvine Street, Uniting Church Hall
City/Town: Jamestown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Caltowie Methodist Church Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.



Caltowie Methodist Church Soldiers Memorial
Caltowie Methodist Church Soldiers Memorial
Address: Cemetery Road, Cemetery
City/Town: Caltowie
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Caltowie Methodist Church Soldiers Memorial commemorates those who fell in World War One. The memorial is a white marble tablet in a classic Greek design mounted on a concrete slab, comprising a gabled top surmounting a section that is supported by two pillars on a base, between the pillars is a plaque. Originally the memorial was affixed inside the chapel of the Methodist Church but was removed and relocated to its present site in 1981. All details are etched.



On the 1st February 1922, the trustees of the local Methodist Church in Caltowie considered steps for the erection of a memorial to the fallen soldiers who were connected with the church. The exact form of the structure was to be decided at a later date.

The Register (Adelaide), 3rd February 1922.



Caltowie Public School Roll of Honour
Caltowie Public School Roll of Honour
Address: Charles Street, Caltowie Soldiers Memorial Institute
City/Town: Caltowie
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Caltowie Public School Roll of Honour commemorates the old scholars of the school who served in World War One.



Caltowie Soldiers Memorial Institute
Caltowie Soldiers Memorial Institute
Address: Charles Street
City/Town: Caltowie
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Caltowie Soldiers Memorial Institute was dedicated to the memory of the fallen of World War One.



The Caltowie Institute was opened in 1880. In 1919 , a new facade was built as a memorial to the district's fallen soldiers. The foundation stone for the Soldiers Memorial was laid by the Governor, Sir Archibald Weigall K.C.M.G on the 6th July 1920.



Calvary Cross
Calvary Cross
Address: 373 Ann Street, St John`s Cathedral
City/Town: Brisbane
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Calvary Cross, designed by Mr Gaynor and carved in England in 1924 commemorates citizens who were killed during World War One.



It now stands in the St Martin’s courtyard, it was not erected until 1964.



Cambrai Roll of Honour
Cambrai Roll of Honour
Address: Victoria Drive, RSL Headquarters
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Cambrai Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at September 2013



Cambrian Hill State School Honour Roll
Cambrian Hill State School Honour Roll
Address: 401 Learmonth Street, Buninyong RSL
City/Town: Buninyong
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Cambrian Hill State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at November 2013



Cambridge Primary School Roll of Honour
Cambridge Primary School Roll of Honour
Address: Cambridge Road, Primary School
City/Town: Cambridge
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who died or were killed in World War One.  It lists 23 names.



A most impressive ceremony took place at the State School, Cambridge, on Saturday afternoon in the unveiling of an honour roll in memory of the young men of Cambridge, chiefly ex-students of the Cambridge State School who enlisted for active service. The unveiling service was carried out by the Director of Education, Mr W.T. McCoy. The board is made of blackwood in three panels.

The Mercury (Hobart), 16th June 1919.


 



Cambridge Uniting Church Honour Roll
Cambridge Uniting Church Honour Roll
Address: Kennedy Drive, Uniting Church
City/Town: Cambridge
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who were killed in World War One.  It lists 4 names.

 



Camden Memorial Gate
Camden Memorial Gate
Address: Menangle Road, Macarthur Park
City/Town: Camden
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Stone arched gateway and stone pillars inscribed with names. Presented by Dr F.W. West in September 1922. The outer pillars honour men and women from the district who received citations for gallantry during World War One.



Cameron Rocks War Memorial
Cameron Rocks War Memorial
Address: Kingsford Smith Drive, Cameron Rocks Park
City/Town: Hamilton
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Cameron Rocks War Memorial  honours those from Hamilton who enlisted in World War One. 



The Hamilton Town Council proposed erecting a memorial at Cameron Rocks as a memorial to the soldiers who left the town to fight in the Great War. The project was started during the war but the Council was prevented by Commonwealth edict from raising money. It remained in abeyance until 1922, when the Mayor Alderman C.M Jenkinson recieved further donations. In 1924, there was enough money to start but not complete the memorial. It was planned to erect a pagoda in the form of a Victoria Cross surmounted by a tower with a four face clock with a water fountain installed in the centre of the pagoda. The memorial was unveiled in its present form by the Governor of Queensland Lieutenant-General Sir John Goodwin on the 16th August 1931.

The Brisbane Courier , 9th January & 10th March 1924, 17th August 1931



Campbell Town Roll of Honour
Campbell Town Roll of Honour
Address: Midland Highway, Old Town Hall
City/Town: Campbell Town
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Campbell Town Roll of Honour is a dark wooden honour roll which lists 139 names of those who served in World War One.



Few centres have a better record for war service than the municipality of Campbell Town. Out of a population of 1,500,142 of her sons served their King and Country. Evidence that the patriotic spirit which inspired such efforts for the soldiers when they were fighting still exists, was given at the unveiling ceremony of the honour roll board. The board, which is to be placed in the public library until the long dreamed of town hall is erected, is made of Tasmanian blackwood and measures 6 feet each way It is divided into five panels, and the soldiers' names have been printed in gold. Surmounting the board is a beautifully carved laurel wreath resting upon carved sprays of gum branches. The board was designed by Mr J D Powers, a resident of the district, and the carving has been artistically carried out by Mrs Powers. The unveiling ceremony was performed by Colonel Henry Foster, who saw service at Gallipoli with the 26th Battalion, and was invalided home .

The Mercury (Hobart) 10th November 1921.



Campbellfield Soldiers Memorial
Campbellfield Soldiers Memorial
Address: Sydney Road & Campbell Street, Seth Raistrick Reserve
City/Town: Campbellfield
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Campbellfield Soldiers Memorial was erected in memory of the men from Campbellfield who enlisted in World War One.



The State Commandant (Brigadier-General C.H. Brand) unveiled a soldiers' memorial at Campbellfield on Saturday. The memorial, which is of Stawell granite, is erected in the recreation reserve, and bears the names of 37 soldiers who enlisted from Campbellfield, of whom six fell in the war. After the unveiling of the memorial a number of medals were presented to returned soldiers by Councillor Gibb.

The Argus (Melbourne), 12th January 1920



 



Campbells Creek State School Honour List
Campbells Creek State School Honour List
Address: Midland Highway, Campbells Creek Primary School
City/Town: Campbells Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A hand drawn and written honour roll commemorates former pupils who were on active service in World War One.



There is a small slip of paper on the rear of the frame with two names that were to be added but never were. The names are all handwritten in flowing script by one hand and reads 



"Honor List



1914-1919 War



Additional names



Fred Cornish



Ern Cornish"



Campbelltown Methodist Church Honour Roll
Campbelltown Methodist Church Honour Roll
Address: 607 Lower North East Road, Uniting Church Hall
City/Town: Campbelltown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Campbelltown Methodist Church Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.



No further information known as at September 2013



Campbelltown Remembrance Day War Memorial Plaque
Campbelltown Remembrance Day War Memorial Plaque
Address: Queen & Browne Streets
City/Town: Campbelltown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Campbelltown Remembrance Day War Memorial Plaque commemorates the 75th Anniversary of Remembrance Day.


Campbelltown War Memorial
Campbelltown War Memorial
Address: Gorge & Lower North East Roads
City/Town: Campbelltown
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Campbelltown War Memorial was erected in honour of the soldiers who served in the Great War 1914 -1919.  The statue was imported from Italy and erected by Mr. G. E. Morgan, Monumental Mason of Adelaide.



The war memorial was unveiled on the 5th July 1925 by Brigadier-General S. Price Weir in the presence of a large assemblage. The Brigadier unveiled the memorial with the words "To the Glory of God and in sacred remembrance of the 14 soldiers of this town and district, who, in the Great War, made the supreme sacrifice, I unveil this monument. " This act was followed by two minutes silence.

The Register (Adelaide), 6th July 1925.



 



Camperdown Honour Roll
Camperdown Honour Roll
Address: 181 Manifold Street, Corangamite Shire Offices
City/Town: Camperdown
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 The Camperdown Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Camperdown War Memorial
Camperdown War Memorial
Address: Australia & Fowler Streets, Camperdown Park
City/Town: Camperdown
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Marble statue of an Australian soldier, with rifle, stands atop a sandstone plinth. The memorial, and a garden of rosemary for remembrance, are surrounded by a white picket fence.


Cananore Football Club Honour Roll
Cananore Football Club Honour Roll
Address: Ryde Street, North Hobart Football Club
City/Town: North Hobart
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Cananore Football Club Honour Roll lists 36 names of those who served in World War One. The roll was unveiled by the president of the Tasmanian National Football League, the Hon. C.J.Eady M.L.C., on the 31st July 1928. The roll was presented to the Tasmanian Australian National Football League by the Cananore Old Players Association in 1953.



Canbelego Roll of Honour
Canbelego Roll of Honour
Address: Barrier Highway, Great Cobar Outback Heritage Centre
City/Town: Cobar
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

This Roll of Honour is thought to have come from a church at Canbelego, a former mining centre about fifty kilometres east of Cobar. It records names from World War One.


Canbelego Roll of Honour Service Enlistments
Canbelego Roll of Honour Service Enlistments
Address: Marshall & Lewis Streets, Cobar Memorial Services Club
City/Town: Cobar
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

This Roll of Honour lists World War One service people from Canbelego, a former mining centre about fifty kilometres east of Cobar.


Cancanning War Memorial Hall
Cancanning War Memorial Hall
Address: Dongolocking & Collanilling Roads
City/Town: Cancanning
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Cancanning War Memorial Hall was erected in memory of those who served in World War One.



Residents of Cancanning subscribed to a project to build a hall in honour of the men who enlisted in World War One. The Soldiers Memorial Hall was opened on the afternoon of Anzac Day 1923. The building was named the Cancanning Hall.



Canley Vale Public School Old Boys Roll of Honour
Canley Vale Public School Old Boys Roll of Honour
Address: Canley Vale Road, Canley Vale Public School
City/Town: Canley Vale
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Wooden wall-mounted gilt honour roll with fluted columns and Australian Commonwealth Military Forces badges.


Cann River Honour Roll
Cann River Honour Roll
Address: 11 Genoa Street, Cann River Community Centre
City/Town: Cann River
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Cann River Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Canowindra Soldiers Memorial Hospital
Canowindra Soldiers Memorial Hospital
Address: Browns Avenue
City/Town: Canowindra
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The foundation stone for the Canowindra Soldiers Memorial Hospital was laid on the 26th May 1921. Within the main entrance foyer are located the Marble Honor Rolls, memorial Photos and small plaques within a wooden frame dedicated to gifts and services donated to the hospital. Just inside the main entrance gates is located a well maintained trophy gun.


 


 


Canterbury Roll of Honour
Canterbury Roll of Honour
Address: 152 -162 Canterbury Road, Canterbury Memorial Home Units
City/Town: Canterbury
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Canterbury Roll of Honour honours those who served in World War One.


Capertee District Honour Roll
Capertee District Honour Roll
Address: Castlereagh Highway, Memorial Hall
City/Town: Capertee
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Carag Carag State School Honour Roll
Carag Carag State School Honour Roll
Address: Godley Place , Stanhope Community Hall
City/Town: Stanhope
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Carag Carag State School Honour Roll commemorates those who served in World War One.

Caralulup State School Honour Roll
Caralulup State School Honour Roll
Address: Ballarat & Heales Streets, A.N.A. Hall
City/Town: Talbot
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates the students of Caralulup State School who served in World War One



Carapook Church Roll of Honour
Carapook Church Roll of Honour
Address: Carapook Road, Carapook Church
City/Town: Carapook
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Carapook Church Roll of Honour lists those from the Carapook District connected with the church who enlisted in the Great War.


Carapook School Roll of Honour
Carapook School Roll of Honour
Address: Carapook Road, Carapook Uniting Church
City/Town: Carapook
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Carapook School Roll of Honour was moved from the Carapook School to the Carapook Church when the Carapook school was closed and removed. It contains the names of ex-pupils of the school and other residents who enlisted in World War One.

 


Cardwell Roll of Honour
Cardwell Roll of Honour
Address: 51 Victoria Street , J.C.Hubinger Memorial Hall
City/Town: Cardwell
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Cardwell Roll of Honour honours nurses and soldiers from the district who served in World War One.



No further information known as at June 2013



Carey Gully War Memorial
Carey Gully War Memorial
Address: Greenhill Road
City/Town: Carey Gully
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Carey Gully War Memorial was originally known as Carey's Gully War Memorial and these words are contained on the arch leading to the memorial. Carey's Gully name was changed after World War One.



Carlingford Honour Roll
Carlingford Honour Roll
Address: 362-364 Marsden Road, Carlingford War Memorial Park
City/Town: Carlingford
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



Carlisle Memorial Hall
Carlisle Memorial Hall
Address: 2 Memorial Avenue
City/Town: Carlisle
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Carlisle Memorial Hall was originally erected in memory of those who served in World War One. In 1968 the Perth City Council took over the hall but it had fallen into such disrepair it was decided to demolish the hall and replace it was a more substantial building. The Carlisle Memorial Hall was built by Perth City Council with the co-operation of the previous hall committee. Their names are engraved on a wooden plaque in the present hall foyer. The Carlisle Memorial Hall is still owned by the Town of Victoria Park but the Harold Hawthorne Centre leases the hall from them. The original plaque and honour roll are in the present hall.



At the close of the war the residents of Victoria Park East, formerly known as Bickford, and since renamed Carlisle, decided to erect a hall in commemoration of the men who enlisted from the district, and on Saturday last the opening ceremony was performed by his Excellency the Governor, in the presence of a large assemblage, which included the Acting Premier (Mr. W. J. George), the Mayor of Perth, Major General Hobbs, Colonel Tilney, Colonel Pope (Commissioner of Railways), Mr. R. T. Robinson, M.L.A. and many returned soldiers.  After a selection by the Clontarf Orphanage Band, Chaplain-Major Vine, rector of Queen's Park, unveiled a memorial tablet and Mr. E. E. Bardwell, on behalf of the committee and all who had assisted to bring the work to a successful consummation, asked the Governor to formally declare the hall open.

The West Australian (Perth ), 9th June 1920



Carlton North State School Honour Roll
Carlton North State School Honour Roll
Address: Lee Street, Carlton North Primary School
City/Town: Carlton North
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Carlton North State School Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Carmichael Shield
Carmichael Shield
Address: 66-76 Evans Street, Inverell Returned Servicemens Memorial Club
City/Town: Inverell
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
A shield given to Inverell commemorates the largest number of volunteers proportionate to population in World War One.

Carnarvon and Oakwood Roll of Honour
Carnarvon and Oakwood Roll of Honour
Address: 1713 Main Road, Tasman Council Chambers
City/Town: Nubeena
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those from Carnarvon and Oakwood who served in World War One.  It lists 29 names.



Monument characteristics :



Circular honour roll with the names in gilt lettering. Those who died are shadowed in black.



Carnegie Library Honour Roll
Carnegie Library Honour Roll
Address: 74 Deakin Avenue, Carnegie Library
City/Town: Mildura
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

An honour roll commemorates those who served in World War One



Carngham Soldiers` Memorial
Carngham Soldiers` Memorial
Address: Carngham Road
City/Town: Snake Valley
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Snake Valley & District Honor Reserve


Carrajung Honour Roll
Carrajung Honour Roll
Address: Gormandale-Stradbroke Road, Gormandale District Primary School
City/Town: Gormandale
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Carrajung Honour Roll


Carrathool Public School Honour Roll
Carrathool Public School Honour Roll
Address: Glover Street, Carrathool Public School
City/Town: Carrathool
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One



Carrs Creek School and District Honour Roll
Carrs Creek School and District Honour Roll
Address: 190 Fitzroy Street, Schaeffer House Museum
City/Town: Grafton
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Carrs Creek School and District Honour Roll


Carrum Downs Memorial Hall
Carrum Downs Memorial Hall
Address: Frankston-Dandenong Road
City/Town: Carrum Downs
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Carrum Downs Memorial Hall opening was celebrated with a Opening Ball which was held on the 21st May 1930.


 


Carrum War Memorial
Carrum War Memorial
Address: Nepean Highway, Patterson River Park
City/Town: Carrum
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Carrum War Memorial was unveiled on the 12th November 1918 by Brigadier-General H.E. Elliott C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., D.C.M. The monument which contains a statue of a soldier was made in Italy of Carrara marble and is dedicated to the heroes of Carrum who paid the supreme sacrifice in World War One.



The memorial was further inscribed after the Second World War to include the names of locals killed during that conflict.

 



Carumut Honour Roll
Carumut Honour Roll
Address: Brown & Gibson Streets, Caramut Memorial Hall
City/Town: Caramut
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One. 



Carved Eagle Lectern
Carved Eagle Lectern
Address: East Parade , Sutherland Shire Historical Society
City/Town: Sutherland
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
The Carved Eagle Lectern commemorates those who served and those who gave their lives in World War One.



Note : An eagle lectern is a lectern in the shape of an eagle on whose outstretched wings the Bible rests. They are very common in Christian churches and cathedrals.

Carwarp District Honour Roll
Carwarp District Honour Roll
Address: Ward Road, Carwarp Hall
City/Town: Carwarp
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.   It was unveiled by Mrs P. G Stewart in December 1918.



Casterton Anglican Church Honour Roll
Casterton Anglican Church Honour Roll
Address: 188 Henty Street, Casterton Anglican Church
City/Town: Casterton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

 Casterton Anglican Church Honour Roll honours those who served in World War One.


Casterton Lodge Honour Roll
Casterton Lodge Honour Roll
Address: 160 Henty Street, Glenelg Lodge
City/Town: Casterton
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Casterton Lodge Honour Roll in commemoration of the members of Glenelg, Casterton and Sandford Division of the Sons of Temperance was unveiled on the 5th March 1918 in the Lodge Room by Mrs J Black of Casterton. Mrs Black had two sons who enlisted with one of them paying the supreme sacrifice.


Castle Creek Honour Roll
Castle Creek Honour Roll
Address: 25 Kirkland Avenue West, Farmers Arms Museum
City/Town: Euroa
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who service in the South African (Boer) War and World War ONe.



Castle Creek Honour Roll was unveiled on the 19th October 1918. The roll contains the names of those who served in the Boer War and World War One and with the exception of six names all were former pupils of the Castle Creek School. Euroa Advertiser, 11th October 1918.



Castlemaine Cemetery War Memorial
Castlemaine Cemetery War Memorial
Address: Cemetery Road, Castlemaine Cemetery
City/Town: Campbells Creek
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Harcourt Granite memorial erected in 1932 by the Dads Association (Castlemaine) commemorates those who served in World War One.


Castlemaine Primary School War Memorial
Castlemaine Primary School War Memorial
Address: Mostyn & Urquhart Streets, Castlemaine Primary School
City/Town: Castlemaine
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Castlemaine Primary School War Memorial commemorates ex-pupils who served in World Wars One and Two


Castlemaine Town Hall Honour Roll
Castlemaine Town Hall Honour Roll
Address: 36 Mostyn Street, Castlemaine Town Hall
City/Town: Castlemaine
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The Castlemaine Town Hall Honour Roll was donated and erected by Councillor F Corbel in September 1916. It contained the names of 350 men from the district who volunteered for World War One. The gold lettering on the roll was completed by Mr J.W.Iredale and the roll hung in the vestibule of the Town Hall. Bendigo Advertiser, 4th September 1916.



The Castlemaine Honour Roll was officially unveiled by the Governor-General ,His Excellency Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson , on the 11th April 1918. The honour roll in the foyer of the Town Hall contained 400 names with additional names to be added. The town was bedecked with flags, streamers and banners on the occasion of the first visit of the Governor-General to the town. Bendigonian (Bendigo), 18th April 1918.

 



 



Castlereagh War Memorial
Castlereagh War Memorial
Address: Castlereagh Road & Castle Street, Smith Park
City/Town: Castlereagh
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Castlereagh War Memorial


Catani Soldiers Memorial Hall
Catani Soldiers Memorial Hall
Address: Taplins Road
City/Town: Catani
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
The hall was erected to commemorate those who served in World War One.

Cathedral Choir Roll of Honour
Cathedral Choir Roll of Honour
Address: Cathedral Avenue, South Transept, St George`s Cathedral
City/Town: Perth
State: WA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Honour Roll commemorates twelve former choristers who died in the Great War. It records that the Lieblick Gedacht stop on the Great Organ was given in memory of these twelve, and that it was dedicated on Anzac Day 1931.



Catherine Hill Bay Cornstalk Lodge G.U.O.F.G. Roll of Honour
Catherine Hill Bay Cornstalk Lodge G.U.O.F.G. Roll of Honour
Address: Pacific Highway, East Lake Macquarie Historical Society, Shop 22 Swansea Arcade
City/Town: Swansea
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Catherine Hill Bay Cornstalk Lodge G.U.O.F.G. Roll of Honour


Catherine Hill Bay Honour Roll of Soldiers
Catherine Hill Bay Honour Roll of Soldiers
Address: Flowers Drive, Catherine Hill Bay Surf Club
City/Town: Catherine Hill Bay
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Catherine Hill Bay Honour Roll of Soldiers


Catholic Soldiers of South Australia
Catholic Soldiers of South Australia
Address: 33 Wakefield Street, St Francis Xavier Cathedral
City/Town: Adelaide
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A Pulpit commemorates the Catholic soldiers of South Australia who sacrificed their lives in World War One.



The pulpit in memory of South Australia Catholic Soldiers who fell in the Great War was dedicated by Archbishop, Dr. Spence on the 8th March 1931.  The designer of the pulpit was Mr. Jory, and the craftsman Mr. W. J. Price, of Adelaide. Including the canopy or tester, it is 20 ft high, and is constructed of Tasmanian blackwood. It is supported on a single stem, or shaft, from where it branches cut into an octagon, of which six panels are ornamented with treble richly carved canopies, decorated with many beautiful details and devices. Another panel forms a memorial tablet and contains an inscription in raised lettering —'Dedicated to the memory of the Catholic soldiers of South Australia, who sacrificed their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918.'



Very striking in design and workmanship is the cornice, which shows a carved frieze of vine leaf and grape ornament, and gives an air of great richness and beauty to the ensemble. The eight triangular sides, or panels, of the canopy, which exhibit a great wealth of carved detail, end in a graceful foliated finial.

Advertiser and Register (Adelaide), 7th March 1931.



 



Caulfield Memorial Stone
Caulfield Memorial Stone
Address: Hawthorn Road, Caulfield Park, Rose Garden
City/Town: Caulfield North
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Memorial is a metal plaque which originally marked the North Road Avenue of Honour which no longer exists. The plaque lists the names of the fallen from Caulfield. 



The Avenue of Honour on North and Nepean Roads was a joint collaboration between the Brighton and Caulfield Councils to commemorate those who had served in  World War One. The final planting in North Road took place on Anzac Day 1919.  In the 1960s, the avenue was removed due to road widening .



Cavendish Roll of Honour
Cavendish Roll of Honour
Address: Barker Street, Soldiers Memorial Hall
City/Town: Cavendish
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Commemorates those who served in World War One.



 



Caveside Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Caveside Methodist Church Roll of Honour
Address: Caveside Road, Uniting Church
City/Town: Caveside
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Caveside Methodist Church Roll of Honour commemorates those who served in World War One.  It lists 19 names. A roll containing the names of those who enlisted in World War One was unveiled in at the church in 1917 .  It is unknown if this entry is the original roll.

Monument characteristics :

Paper honour roll with the names hand written.  Each letter is outlined in black ink and the bottom half shaded in pastel blue.  The border has dark green leaves and red flowers.  At the top there is a crown.



An event of considerable importance took place at the Caveside Methodist Church last evening. A Roll of Honour was unveiled by the Rev. G. Wong, who conducted the service in connection with it. There were over 20 names of lads who have left us to fight our battles.

Examiner (Launceston), 20th February 1917.



 



CBC Bank Limited Honour Roll
CBC Bank Limited Honour Roll
Address: 200 Bessie Creek Road, Light Horse Museum
City/Town: Nar Nar Goon
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

CBC Bank Limited Honour Roll. (This honour roll was relocated from Collins Street, Melbourne)


Cecil Park Honour Board
Cecil Park Honour Board
Address: Horsley Drive and Oxford Street, Fairfield City Museum and Gallery
City/Town: Smithfield
State: NSW
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Gilt honour roll with pediment displaying a laurel wreath with two Union Jack flags.


Ceduna Memorial Hall
Ceduna Memorial Hall
Address: 31 Poynton Street
City/Town: Ceduna
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ceduna Memorial Hall was originally erected in memory of those who served in World War One. The land for the hall had been contributed by Mr. Thomas Mudge of Streaky Bay who laid the foundation stone in December 1923.



The official opening of the Ceduna and District Memorial Hall took place on Thursday 30th October 1924, and proved to be a gala day, which will be long remembered as such in the history of the district. This fine structure, which is an ornament as well as a valuable asset, has been erected in memory of the soldiers by the people of the district for themselves, at a cost of nearly £5,000.



The opening of the building was celebrated first by a football match between a team from the Koonibba Mission Station (aboriginals) and the Murat Bay lads (premier team of the association) but the natives proved too strong for the local team. Afternoon tea was provided by the local ladies on the grounds. After tea had been served at the institute, the memorial hall was declared opened by Mr. J. O'Connor, M.P., in the presence of between 600 and 700 people, who tested the seating accommodation of the building to its utmost.

The Register (Adelaide), 4th November 1924.



Cemetery Interrments
Cemetery Interrments
Address: Old North Coast Road, Beerburrum Cemetery
City/Town: Beerburrum
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1
Trees commemorates those who served in World War One were are interred in the cemetery.

Cenotaph Flag
Cenotaph Flag
Address: 36 Button Street, Chapel of Launceston Church Grammar School
City/Town: Mowbray
State: TAS
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

A flag from Cenotaph in London commemorates those who served in World War One.



A treasure that will shortly be placed within the portals of the Launceston Church Grammar School is a flag that was flown on the Cenotaph in London from November 11, 1930, to November 11, 1931. The flag is the gift of the Imperial War Museum to the school, and there are only six of these flags distributed each year. The headmaster of the Launceston Church Grammar School, Mr. F. R. Adams, B.A., wrote to the Premier of Tasmania some time ago applying for one of the flags to be allocated to the school. In writing Mr. Adams mentioned the school's splendid war record. The school honour board bears the names of over 400 old boys who fought for their country in the war, At least 100 lost their lives.



A replica of the mountings that the flag bore when in London, together with a tablet, have been presented to the school by an old scholar. The mountings, which consist of a wreath and a crown are worked in wrought brass. The tablet bears the inscription:--"This flag was flown on the Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, 1930-31, and presented to the Church of England Grammar School, Launceston, Tasmania, by the Trustees of the Imperial War Museum, Armistice Day, 1931,"  It is expected that the tablet will be unveiled by the Premier at the school early in May.

Examiner (Launceston) 15th April 1932



Central Congegational Church Photographic Honour Roll
Central Congegational Church Photographic Honour Roll
Address: 63 Nicholas Street, Ipswich Soldier`s Memorial Hall
City/Town: Ipswich
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Central Congegational Church Honour Roll is a photographic roll which honours members of the church who fell in World War One.



 



Central Congregational Church Roll of Honour
Central Congregational Church Roll of Honour
Address: 86 East Street , Uniting Church Central Memorial Hall
City/Town: Ipswich
State: QLD
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Central Congregational Church Roll of Honour was erected in memory of those from the church who served in World War One.



The members of the Ipswich Central Congregational Church who have enlisted was unveiled last night by the President of the Congregational Union the Rev. F. North. B.A. The names on the roll are engraved on brass plates which are attached to a handsomely desigend background, worked in copper.

The Queensland Times (Ipswich), 24th August 1917.



Central Mologa School Honour Roll
Central Mologa School Honour Roll
Address: 22 Ottrey Street, Pyramid Hill RSL
City/Town: Pyramid Hill
State: VIC
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

The honour roll from the Central Mologa School commemorates those who served in World War One.



Ceres Lodge No 35 Honour Board
Ceres Lodge No 35 Honour Board
Address: Ellen Street, National Trust Museum
City/Town: Port Pirie
State: SA
Theme: Conflict
Sub-Theme: WW1

Ceres Lodge No 35 Honour Board commemorates those who served in World War One.



Ceres Lodge. No. 35, I.O.O.F., Port Pirie, extended a hearty welcome to the Grand Lodge Executive, Grand Master, Bro. A. J. Grubb, Bro. S. Harvey, jun., and the Grand Warden, Bro.F. W. Davis. The visitors travelled from Adelaide to assist in the ceremony of unveiling the lodge's roll of honor on the 2nd June 1919. The roll contains the names of 37 members who enlisted, of whom eight made the supreme sacrifice. The unveiling ceremony was performed by the Grand Master, who stated that in South Australia 700 members of the order had enlisted, of whom  96 had been killed on the battlefield.

Recorder (Port Pirie), 4th June 1919.