16th Australian Infantry Brigade Memorial - Ingleburn


Stone and concrete memorial with flag staffs and colour patches. The main tablet displays the AMF badge and Unit dagger emblem.


16th Australian Infantry Brigade 6th Division - 2nd A.I.F. 1939 - 1945 The Brigade and its supporting units first assembled here at Ingleburn Camp in November 1939 soon after the outbreak of World War II. The Brigade served with great distinction throughout the war in Libya., Greece. Crete. Syria. Papua and New Guinea. Battle Honours Libya 1940-41 Bardia. Capture of Tobruk. Derna Greece 1941 Mount Olympus. Tempe Gorge. Brallos Pass. Crete 1941 Retimo. Heraklion. Syria 1941 Damascus - Dimas. Damour. Papua 1942 Templeton's Crossing. Eora Creek. Oivi - Gorari. Sanananda Road. New Guinea 1944-45 Nambut Ridge. But - Dagua. Hawain River. Wewak.

Ingleburn Military Precinct
Campbelltown Road
Ingleburn NSW 2565
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Recorded by
Mr Rusty Priest AM, former RSL State President (NSW Branch)

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