The Australia's Memorial Walk honours those who have served and supported the defence of Australia in peace or in war. The paved pathway links five monuments dedicated to the Colonial Wars, the First World War, the Second World War, Post-Second World War conflicts and peacekeeping. A special Gallipoli monument also stands along the pathway. Pavers in the walkway are inscribed with the names and messages of those who have served in the Navy, Army, Airforce and Merchant Navy in the Defence of Australia and her Allies.
The walkway was commenced in 1999 and was dedicated on1 December 2012 by the Governor of New South Wales, Her Excellency Professor Marie R Bashir AC CVO.
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There are multiple inscriptions throughout the walk. The inscription at the entrance reads: Memorial Walk
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