Rock cairn and flagpole surrounded by a semi-circle of brick walls upon which are mounted personalised brass plaques commemorating later deaths of service men & women placed there by their relatives. This is set in Memorial gardens with a spectacular view over the Pacific Ocean.
This Memorial Cairn was dedicated by Vice Admiral Sir James Willis KBE, AO, RAN.
On 25th April, 1990 to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli.
Lest We Forget
Lest We Forget
Erected with the assistance of ESC & Tuross Lakes Bowling and Recreation Club
These Memorial Gardens honour the men and women of Australia who paid the supreme sacrifice
During World War II
Dedicated on behalf of the Tuross Head Community on 12.8.1995 by Vice Admiral Sir James Willis KBE AO
Tuross Head Memorial Garden
These gardens are a community project contributing to the '1995 Australia Remembers' 50th Anniversary commemorative activities. It is a memorial to all who served in the Australian defence forces, home & away
The garden & memorial wall is dedicated to the community as a whole, enabling those who wish, to have commemorative plaque placed on the wall in memory of a loved one. Our grateful thanks to the Eurobodalla Shire Council for their financial support & advice
Please enjoy the beauty, peace & tranquillity of our memorial garden & assist in preserving this very special place.
Memorial Garden Committee Jan 1996
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