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- Avenue of Honour
- A memorial avenue of trees, with each tree representing an individual that served. Trees are spaced lineraly and evenly, contrasting against the natural environment.
- A mound of stones built as a memorial, often cemented into place, commemorating war, military service or conflict.
For example: One Tree Hill Kokoda Memorial.
- A stone pillar that is not tapered. Columns can be square, rectangle or round.
For example: Arncliffe War Memorial.
- A monument erected in honour of a group or a person whose remains are buried elsewhere.
For example: Bairnsdale Cenotaph.
- A digger is a military slang term for soldiers from Australia or New Zealand. Memorials featuring a statue of a digger are common across Australia.
For example: Southport War Memorial.
- Honour Board
- A list of names of people who served and died during service printed or carved onto a board. These are commonly erected onto the walls of Memorial Halls, RSLs, schools, local government and company offices. The information displayed on honour boards differ from community to community.
- Honour Roll
- A list of names of people who served from a community in military conflict. An honour roll is similar to an honour board but can appear in other formats, such as inscribed onto a memorial or listed in a book.
- A tapered stone pillar with a square or rectangular cross-section.
- Roll of Honour
- A list of names of people from a community that died during military service.
- The Returned and Services League, Australia, is a support organisation for men and women who have served or are serving in the Defence Force. The State and Territory branches of the RSL support the many RSL Sub-branches across Australia.
- Trophies of war are military artefacts that were used or captured in conflict. Tanks, artillery and vehicles are common trophies of war. However, not all trophies are memorials.