2020 marks 75 years since the end of the Second World War. To commemorate this important year, the NSW Government is interviewing WWII veterans about their experiences. Read our 75th Anniversary Stories.
Concrete pillar monument, surmounted by a white glass lamp which is on from dusk until dawn each day. The memorial is approximately 3 metres high. The middle of the pillar has white marble plaques attached, inscribed with a dedication and honor roll for the First World War. The memorial was unveiled on Anzac Day 1934. Names for the Second World War have been added at a later date and unveiled on Anzac Day 1948. Four decorative concrete columns sit on the corners of the pillar. The whole is positioned on two concrete steps.
Source: The Dunoon Story from 1870 to 1970.
Lest We Forget
of those who paid the
Dunoon District War Memorial.
The Great War.
1914 - 1919.
of those who
paid the supreme sacrifice
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Campaign||Link|
|H||Birke||World War One||KIA||view|
|N||Black||World War One||KIA||view|
|C E||Cameron||World War One||KIA||view|
|P J||Cawley||World War Two||KIA||view|
|A||Cockrane||World War One||KIA||view|
|Max||Cook||World War Two||KIA||view|
|J||Elliott||World War One||KIA||view|
|W||Elliott||World War One||KIA||view|
|S A||Florey||World War One||KIA||view|
|M||Gaffney||World War One||KIA||view|
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