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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