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The monument commemorates those who have lost their lives while working in the timber industry in Victoria. 

The monument features the names of timber industry workers who have died while working across the State of Victoria, and a sculpture of an iron hut represents a bush chapel.



Address:George & Davis Streets, APEX Park, Heyfield, 3858
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.980332
Long: 146.785428
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Technology
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Designer:Holly Grace & Aaron Robinson (Melbourne, VIC)


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 5th December, 2015
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Victorian Timber Workers Memorial

A timber workers hut by Holly Grace & Aaron Robinson

This memorial is dedicated to those who lost their lives whilst working in the timber industry

Supported by the community of Heyfield, the Victorian State Government & Wellington Shire

5th December 2015


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Victorian Timber Workers Memorial

This facility was officially opened by Harriet Shing MP  Member for Eastern Region on 5 December 2015

This project was delivered by Wellington Shire Council in partnership with the Victorian Government

Source: MA
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