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:
A brief overview of the Jarrahmond Avenue of Honour is provided on one of the information panels adjacent to the Memorial tablets, at the start of the Avenue.
Granite and sandstone oblisque with carvings and globe mounted on top. Names are engraved and highlighted in gold.
Square structure with four columns, mounted on steps, complete with four main plaques.
The main stone work is of Bowral trachyte, and the architects were Messrs
The Bega War Memorial Gates form the entrance to a local Sports Ground. Large and imposing, the arch design is a replication of the Ypres (Menin Gates) Memorial
Built (Unveiled): 1st November, 1906.
Opened by: 1st Baron Northcote - Henry Stafford Northcote (GCMG, GCIE, CB, PC), 3rd Governor General of Australia.
The original Tambo Upper Avenue of Honour comprised of six flowering gums that were planted in the 1920s, in memory of six soldiers from Tambo Upper who lost
Like those from almost every other community in Australia in 1914, men and women from Lakes Entrance, Victoria answered the call to arms in the name of ‘King
In early February 1942 the Imperial Japanese forces were set to complete their conquest of Malaya with the capture of the British bastion of Singapore. The
A reproduction of the original Honour Roll, housed in the Shrine of Remembrance Crypt, beneath Anzac Square, Brisbane. This was in honour of the centennial of