Kokoda Memorial Park, Kensington



"Located between Ascot Street and Goodwood Street in Kensington, Kokoda Park is named in honour of those heroic soldiers who served and lost their lives on the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea during World War II. The park has a large grassed area and features a memorial pathway leading to a monument. The path is a symbolic representation of the Kokoda Track. The park also includes a fenced junior playground."

From Randwick Council wesbite - https://www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/facilities-and-recreation/parks/parks-by...

The memorial park contains a concrete monument, set in the middle of the park with four pathways leaving it. The monument bears three mounted bronze plaques, surrounded by short wooden posts. The dimensions of the memorial are 80cm (h), 500cm (w), 60cm (d).
This updated memorial replaces the original sandstone version in 2002



National Servicemen's Association
of Australia
Eastern Suburbs Sub-Branch
[National Servicemen's Association emblem]
Remembering those who served
with pride and dedication
1951 - 1972
All gave some.
Some gave all.


This memorial was erected in consultation with 
the Kensington Sub-Branch of
the Returned and Services League
of Australia

It is dedicated to the memory of
those residents of the Kensington District
who lost their lives in all wars and conflicts
in which Australian forces have been deployed

The memorial was unveiled and dedicated
on 21 April, 2002 by
Cr Dominic Sullivan
Mayor of Randwick

2A Goodwood Street
Kokoda Park
Kensington NSW 2033
Location/surrounding area
151.22474 -33.9073275
Recorded by
Morgan Clifton Parks and Recreation Officer Randwick City Council. Margery
Established date
Dedication date: 
24 April 1960
Dedication date
All Wars

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