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Laidley Memorial Park Gates
Laidley Memorial Park Gates

Photographs supplied by Diane Watson

The Memorial Park Gates are flanked by two marble panels which contain the roll of honour for men and women of the Laidley District who served in World War One. The gates and war memorial were unveiled by the Governor of Queensland, Sir Matthew Nathan on the 15th February 1923.

The Fallen Soldiers Memorial and Soldiers Honour Roll are now being erected at Laidley. The memorial is a an obelisk of grey granite which is 22 feet high.  Three marble tablets contain the names of the men from the Laidley Shire who paid the supreme sacrifice and on the fourth tablet will be a suitable inscription. The soldiers honour roll is a gate archway constructed of grey granite with a bronze lintel with the inscription. On two marble tablets are engraved the names of all the men who enlisted from the Laidley Shire or were residents in the Shire when they enlisted for service. 
The Brisbane Courier, 1st February 1923


Address:Patrick Street & Whites Road, Laidley, 4341
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -27.633448
Long: 152.393576
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Gates
Monument Theme:Conflict


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Thursday 15th February, 1923
Front Inscription

This Memorial Has Been Erected By The Residents
Of Laidley And District To Do Honour To Those
Brave Men And Women Who Offered Their Lives
For Their Country During The Great War 1914 - 1918


Left Side Inscription

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Right Side Inscription

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Source: SKP,QWMR, MA
Monument details supplied by Monument Australia - www.monumentaustralia.org.au