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Photographs supplied by Dane Courtney, St Anne`s Church

The plaque commemorates the church parade of the Association of 4th Infantry Battalions which was held in March 1971 when the Queens and Regimental Colours of the battalion were received from the Christ Church of England in Cootamundra, New South Wales.

Note: According to information supplied from the church by Dane Courtney, these colours were removed to the Australian War Memorial for preservation in 2009. 


Address:Homebush & Beresford Roads, St Anne`s Anglican Church, Strathfield, 2135
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.870903
Long: 151.087497
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:Culture
Actual Event Start Date:14-March-1971
Actual Event End Date:14-March-1971


Front Inscription

St Annes Church of England
Strathfield - Homebush
Rector the Reverend A. C. Tipping Th.L. 

This Plaque Commemorates The Church Parade
The Association Of 4th Infantry Battalions
On Sunday March 14th 1971

The Queens And Regimental Colours Of The
4th Infantry Battalion (Australian Rifles)
Were Received For Safe Keeping
Christ Church Of England Cootamundra

Source: MA, Dane Courtney
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