Shiralee Memorial Wall Print Page
Shiralee Memorial Wall commemorates lost seamen.
Following the loss of the trawler Shiralee with all hands in 1978, a wall was constructed as a memorial to all seamen who had sailed from Eden and were lost at sea and whose bodies were not recovered. The memorial also includes a poem by P. Dangerfield. A number of individual memorial plaques are also attached to the wall.
|Address:||Bramble Street, Rotary Park, Eden , 2551|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -37.074465|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||10-August-1978|
|Actual Event End Date:||10-August-1978|
THE SHIRALEE MEMORIAL WALL
Following The Loss Of the Trawler "Shiralee"
With All Hands On The 10th August 1978,
The People Of Eden Had This Wall Constructed
To Serve As A Memorial To All Seamen Who
Have Sailed From This Port, Were Lost At Sea,
And Have Never Returned.
" Those Who Go Down To The Sea In Ships,
And Follow Their Trade On Great Waters,
These Men Have Seen The Works Of God,
And His Wonders In The Deep."