Liverpool District War Memorial
Lest we forget
This pillar was erected by Liverpool Sub-branch Aust. Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women and dedicated by Lt. Gen. F.H. Berryman C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O. Jubilee Year 1951. H.J. Gill Town Clerk. Ald. R.A. Dunbier Mayor.
This pillar was erected by Liverpool Sub-branch returned Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen's Imperial League of Australia and dedicated by Lt. Gen. F.H. Berryman C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O. Jubilee Year 1951. H.J. Gill Town Clerk. Ald. R.A. Dunbier Mayor.
“This pillar replaces the original memorial pillars erected by public subscription in Memorial Avenue near Macquarie Street. The two marble plaques erected here are from the original pillars'.
14th August 2005
60 years since the victory in the Pacific 1945
This plaque is dedicated to the memory of all the men and women who gave up their youth to serve their country in the battles against the invaders of the Pacific area during World War 2.
The war that ended 60 years ago on 14th August 1945.
May their sacrifices be remembered forever by those who today enjoy the freedom provided by their efforts.
City of Liverpool Regional War Memorial
Officially unveiled by Her Excellency Ms Quentin Bryce AC Govenor-General of the Commonweath of Australia. 14 October 2009. Dedicated to the memory of the servicemen and women from the Liverpool region for their sarifice and service to Australia in our times of conflict and need.
Lest we forget. Ray Cole MLO President City of Liverpool Sub-Branch of the RSL.
Pool of Remembrance
Liverpool City Council
This Plaque was unveiled by Sir William Yeo. C.B.E. State President R.S.S.& A.I.L.A. 6th November 1965 to commemorate the dedication of the Liverpool District War Memorial. The Memorial Fountain portrays a battlefield grave with its cairn of stones, rough cross and serviceman's hat. The slouch hat being used as it is symbolic of the Australian fighting man. The sunken pool is the pool of remembrance.
Korean War Memorial, plaque 1
In Memory of Korea 1950 - 1956
Korean War Memorial, plaque 2
Lest we forget
Our Comrades who remain on the battlefield of North Korea.
Army. Army 1-2-3 RAR [Names]
R.A.A.F. R.A.A.F. - 77 Squadron [Names]
RAN. RAN - Fleet Air Arm - 805 Squadron [Names]
Missing in action their sould finding their way home. This plaque was generously donated by Guardian Funerals as a community service project.