Vietnam War Comradeship Memorial

Description: 

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.

 
Inscription: 

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.

 
 
Dedication: 
1991-08-31 00:00:00.0
 
Recorded By: 
Ms. Jane Williamson and Peter Levarre-Waters
 
Established: 
1991
 
Location / Surrounding Area: 
Memorial Location
 
Address Data: 
Cabra-Vale Park,Cnr Railway Pde and Bartley St
Cabramatta  New South Wales  2166
Australia
 
 

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