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The hall was erected to commemorate those from the district who served in World War One. Two marble tablets on either side of the entrance door list the names of those who fought in World War One and were unveiled by the mothers of fallen soldiers at the opening of the hall in October 1928. 

The Soldiers Memorial Hall was erected beside the old old stone hall of earlier days (originally a mechanics institute) which became an annexe and supper room. The foundation stone for the hall was laid on ANZAC Day 1928 by Mrs Margaret Johnson. The hall cost £1745 and was officially opened by Major Reid, MC, MLA on October 17th 1928.


Address:11 Murringo Gap Road (Cnr Murringo Road), Murringo, 2586
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.304754
Long: 148.518977
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Wednesday 25th April, 1928
Front Inscription

Murringo Memorial Hall

Plaque :

To those who volunteered

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Plaque :

To those who volunteered

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The heroic dead.

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Left Side Inscription

This foundation stone was laid by Mrs. Margaret Johnson on Wednesday 25th April 1928.

In grateful recognition to all who answered their country`s call.

1914 - 1918.

Source: MA,SKP, NRWM
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