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Teralba Soldiers' Memorial

Teralba Soldiers' Memorial
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Description / Background

The memorial is a grey-granite pillar, positioned on a concrete base. It features a carved cap and dome piece, which is topped by a metal lamp. At the bottom of the front face is a decorative marble tablet, which bears a relief sculpture of two crossed rifles, positioned above a slouch hat. A second marble insert is on the bottom of the north (right) face and is inscribed with details of the unveiling. The names are inscribed on the north, south, and east faces, which have been polished. Each list of names is bordered with an outline of a scroll. 

The memorial was made by Messers Meldrum and Markey of Newcastle. It was unveiled on 27 April 1918 by Lance Corporal W.N. Miller, who was the "first Teralba soldier to enlist" and is inscribed on the roll (Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, 29 April 1918).

The memorial faces east and is located in Teralba's Anzac Park. The park is entry number 1036 from the Geographical Names Board of NSW.


All faces - top

Roll of Honour

North (right), south, and east faces - middle



Front face - bottom, marble tablet

Erected by the Citizens of Teralba in honour of the men who answered their country's call and fought in the Great War.

North face - bottom, marble tablet

Unveiled 27th April 1918 by L/Cpl W. N. Miller.

Veterans listed on this memorial

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
Pte W Barnett World War 1 view
Pte R Barnett World War 1 view
Cpl A G Beck World War 1 view
QMS V D Beck World War 1 view
Sergt C W Beck World War 1 view
Pte C L Beck World War 1 view
Cpl S Black World War 1 view
Pte J Brady World War 1 view
Pte J Brogan World War 1 view
Sergt E P Cain World War 1 view

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Anzac Park
Cnr Anzac Parade and York Street
Teralba NSW 2284
Local Government Area
Lake Macquarie, City of
Location status
Original location
Memorial type
Recorded by
Mr Robert McLardy
Year of construction
Dedication date
27 April 1918
First World War, 1914–18