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Firefighters Memorial Grove commemorates Western Australian firefighters who have been injured or lost their lives, as well as the service offered to the community by all firefighters.
Two life-sized bronze statues modelled on Western Australia's firefighters were unveiled at the firefighters memorial grove at Perth's famed Kings Park on the 4th May 2014. The statues reflect the sorrow felt by firefighters losing a comrade, and are a fitting tribute to the courage and selflessness of the State's fire service personnel.
Standing about 180cm tall, the statues are part of an enhancement of the memorial that now includes a commemorative curved stone wall and a linking pathway to other monuments.
|Address:||Forrest Drive, Kings Park, Kings Park , 6005|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -31.96397|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Monument Designer:||Jon Tarry|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 23rd July, 2000|
FIREFIGHTER' MEMORIAL GROVE
The Firefighters Memorial Grove honours the bravery, service and sacrifice of thousands of firefighters in Western Australia over many generations.
It is an enduring tribute to their courage in the face of overwhelmlng odds. These ordinary, yet extraordinary men and women, give of themselves for the sake of others.
Remember them with pride
Firefighters Memorial Grove
Erected by the Fire and Emergency Services Authority Of Western
Australia as a Centenary project of the Fire and Rescue Service
IN MEMORY OF ALL WESTERN AUSTRALIAN FIREFIGHTERS WHO HAVE LOST THEIR LIVES IN PROTECTING OUR COMMUNITIES