A simple timber honour board for the Second World War can be found inside the Boomi Public School. It is approximately 1.2 metres square in size. The board lists 38 students who attended the school and saw service in the Australian Imperial Force during the war. Of those listed, eight have no clear connection to Boomi on their service records. Two rejected volunteers are also listed on the memorial.
Boomi Public School was established in 1901. The school is a small in size and isolated, being located in the far north-west of New South Wales, approximately 100 kilometres from Moree.
WORLD WAR 1939_1945.
EX-STUDENTS BOOMI PUBLIC SCHOOL.
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflicts||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Gunner||F A||Adams||World War 2||NX95788||Army||7 A.I.T. BGE||view|
|J G||Adams||World War 2||view|
|G||Binge||World War 2||view|
|Private||W S R||Bruen||World War 2||NX165391||Army||2/1 Pioneer Battalion||view|
|Corporal||Joan||Bruen||World War 2||97660||RAAF||11 Stores Depot||view|
|Gunner||R F||Bruen||World War 2||N318928||Army||Coastal Artillery Sydney||view|
|Corporal||E P||Bruen||World War 2||NX112433||Army||11th Division Provost Company||view|
|Private||B||Butler||World War 2||N294335||Army||115 General Transport Company||view|
|Private||D||Butler||World War 2||NX161119||Army||Darwin Details E Depot||view|
|Corporal||W P||Delahunty||World War 2||NX3896||Army||6th Division 2/1st Battalion||Egypt - New Guinea||view|