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The memorial features a cairn or 'pile of stones' on a marble base with an eternal light on top. The words 'To the Fallen' are etched into the front of the base.
Behind the cairn is a semi-circular 2 metre high white stucco wall. The wall features the RSL logo, a marble etched badge for each service (Navy, Army, Airforce and Merchant Navy) and the words 'Lest we forget' in stainless steel. Two flagpoles are on either side of the cairn.
Set into the paving directly in front of the memorial is a marble plaque etched with the words 'In memory of all those who served'.
The new memorial was constructed by Sutherland Shire Council on behalf of the Engadine RSL Sub Branch in 2010 as a part of the new Engadine Community Centre and Town Square in the Engadine CBD on the Old Princes Highway. It was re-dedicated in an Anzac service on 18 April 2010.
In April 2014 the memorial was enhanced with a four storey (40 metres high by 5 metres wide) image of a Digger at “reverse arms” which is emblazoned on the wall of the adjacent Moran Engadine Aged Care Facility.
To the fallen
Lest we forget
In memory of all those who served