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An aged care facility commemorates the pioneers of Numurkah.

The area was occupied by the Yorta Yorta people prior to European settlement. Squatters moved into the area from NSW in the late 1830s. After the pastoral runs were made available for farm selection, the township of Numurkah was surveyed in 1875, the Post Office opening 2 November 1878. Numurkah became the headquarters of the Murray Valley Soldier Settlement Area - one of the largest soldier settlements in Australia - after World War I. Under this scheme 700 ex-servicemen were given land to develop for agriculture.


Address:13 Katamatite - Nathalia Road, Numurkah, 3636
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -36.099024
Long: 145.444846
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Landscape
Designer:Underwood & Partners
Monument Manufacturer:Bruni & Bisogni Pty. Ltd


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Friday 27th August, 1976
Front Inscription

Numurkah Pioneers Memorial Lodge

Left Side Inscription


Numurkah Pioneers Memorial Lodge was opened on Friday 27th August, 1976 by His Excellency the Honourable Sir Henry Winneke K.C.M.G., O.B.E., K. St. J., Q.C Governor of Victoria.

Underwood and Partners, Architects.
Bruni and Bisogni Pty. Ltd., Builders.

Right Side Inscription

This building was financed by 

The Australian Government

The Shire of Numurkah and local contributions.

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