Vietnam War Comradeship Memorial


A sunken area in the park with a fountain and pound. In the centre of the pound is a bronze statue of two soldiers, one Australian and one Vietnamese. The area has four flag staffs. The sculptor was Do Trong Nhon.



This bronze memorial was donated by the Community of Cabramatta to commemorate the comradeship shared by the Australian and Vietnamese soldiers during the Vietnam War 1962-1972 and was officially unveiled by the Governor of New South Wales His Excellency Rear Admiral Peter Sinclair A.O. on the 31st August 1991.



1991-08-31 00:00:00.0

Recorded By: 

Ms. Jane Williamson and Peter Levarre-Waters



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Memorial Location

Address Data: 

Cabra-Vale Park,Cnr Railway Pde and Bartley St
Cabramatta NSW 2166

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