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The Stuarts Point War Memorial was dedicated on 17 March 1990. Its focal point is a square brick pillar, topped with a pointed cap covered in pebblecrete. A black stone tablet is attached to the pillar, bearing a dedication to those who died serving in the First and Second World Wars. The tablet is decorated with a green laurel wreath, featuring a red flower.
Two brick walls flank the pillar. They both have multiple plaques attached for individual veterans from the two world wars, Vietnam, and peacekeeping missions in which Australia has been involved.
The pillar and walls stand on a concrete platform, paved with pebblecrete and flagstones. Two sets of stairs lead up to the platform, from the northern and southern ends. Two flagpoles stand directly behind the platform.
Planted in the grass surrounding the memorial is a rosemary bush. It is accompanied by a plaque stating it was dedicated to the 'Unknown Australian Warrior', more commonly referred to as the Unknown Soldier, on Remembrance Day, 11 November 1993.
To our gallant dead
who paid the supreme sacrifice in the
and all other conflicts
Lest we forget
This memorial was unveiled by
W. B. Hollis
on March 17th, 1990
"Lest we forget"
Victory in Europe
8th May 1945
Victory in the Pacific
15th August 1945
This rosemary bush
was planted as a tribute
of all wars
on this day 11-11-1993
Lest we forget
|Last held rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit at embarkation||Campaign||Read more|
|Tpr||Noel||Buckman||WW2||NX49207||2/2 Commando Sqn||view|
|N G||Clarke||Cyprus||5223||UNPAA||Cyprus, 1964||view|