Most visitors to the AWM walk through the cloisters, past the names on the Roll of Honour. Many though, do not realise that there is another roll to honour the
She stands there, her gaze fixed forever on the horizon. Determination and hope mark her face as she holds her hat against the breeze that blows from the
Operation ANZAC Revamp was a project that involved the revamping of several bus stops to reflect two of the conflicts that are associated with ANZAC Cottage
In May 1937, the Greenmount Road Board accepted a tender from Whittaker Bros for a 36ft Oregon timber flagpole at a cost of £13/10/- to be placed at the war
The monument commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts. This memorial was replaced by a new memorial in Beauty Park
Captured German howitzer from 1916.
‘Country News’, The Argus (Melbourne, VIC), 13 Jun 1917, p11 reports the opening and naming of the Amphitheatre Anzac Avenue.
The residents of Amphitheatre
Daylesford Cenotaph Les Pitt
On 19th July 1929 Daylesford Borough Council agreed to take over the fundraising for a war memorial from the RSL. For a
¹H.M.A.S. Pirie was one of fifty six Australian Minesweepers (commonly known as corvettes) built during World War 2 in Australian shipyards as part of the
This memorial is in honour of Patrick "Paddy" Bugden VC, who came from this district. He was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for his bravery in the
Named in honour of Patrick "Paddy" Bugden VC. He was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for his bravery in the saving the lives of many wounded comrades
Name in honour of Albert John Cockerill DSO, who was a native of Casino, NSW. Enlisting in the RAAF during WWII, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order