A brick clock tower, built upon a brick plinth in the centre of a round-about. The plinth has several plaques attached, inscribed with honour rolls. There are three plaques for the First World War and one for the Second World War.
First World War plaques
To perpetuate the memory of the men of the Barraba District who made the supreme sacrifice.
1914 The Great War 1919.
'Their name liveth for evermore'
Second World War plaque
World War II Servicemen Killed
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|P N||Tooth||World War 2||KIA||view|
|R B||Spencer||World War 2||KIA||view|
|N T||Spence||World War 2||KIA||view|
|R D C||Smith||World War 2||KIA||view|
|Pte||WJ||Simshauser||First World War||KIA France, 13/3/18||1306||AIF||33rd Battalion||view|
|W C||Robinson||World War 2||KIA||view|
|Capt||L L||Richardson||World War 1||KIA||view|
|T A||Reading||World War 2||KIA||view|
|Drv||J||Read||World War 1||KIA||view|
|Pte||C R||Quelch||World War 1||KIA||view|
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