Wagga Wagga War Memorial

Wagga Wagga, NSW

Location
Wagga Wagga War Memorial
The Victory Memorial Garden Arch, a memorial in itself, marks the entrance to the Garden
Henry Moulds

Key Information

Memorial Name
Wagga Wagga War Memorial
Address

Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

Memorial Type
Wall
Conflicts
All
Dedication Date
25 Apr 1927
Memorial Designer

Messrs Anselm Odling and Son (Sydney)

Accessibility
Public

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Contributors

Australian War Memorial

Henry Moulds

Faithe

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Charles Bingley was born on 28 February 1892 on the family farm “Woodfield” near Queanbeyan, New South Wales, the son of Thomas and Victoria Bingley.

Charles

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Hugh Hillam was born in 1895 to Samuel and Jean Hillam, in Dawson, South Australia. Hillam’s mother died soon after. His father remarried and the family moved

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