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The Neerim North Soldiers' Memorial is a rough stone cairn erected to commemorate past scholars from Neerim North State School who served in World War One. The plaque on the memorial is a replica of the honour roll which is held in the Neerim Junction Hall. 

The cairn is on the site of the old memorial hall, which had been built in 1923 to commemorate returned soldiers and marked by magnificent trees. The hall had fallen into disrepair and was destroyed by a fire in 1981. The cairn was raised on money from the sale of the old Neerim North School building and was unveiled on April 10th 1983. 


Address:Neerim North Road & Old Fumina Road, Neerim North, 3831
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.918585
Long: 146.004159
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 10th April, 1983
Front Inscription

Neerim North State School No. 3286.

Past scholars of this school  who enlisted for active service abroad  1914 - 18.

[ Names ]

Lest We Forget.

Left Side Inscription

Names of scholars who attended the Neerim North State School and residents who enlisted for active service 1939 - 45.

[ Names ]

Lest We Forget.

Back Inscription

This is the site of the former Neerim North Soldier`s Memorial Hall

1921 - 81


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