Westdale Memorial Park

Westdale Memorial Park. Provided by Tamworth Regional CouncilGareth Gardner, Northern Daily Leader, Tamworth, Copyright 2015. Please note, this photograph should not be distributed or circulated in any other way for any other use. Please request permission from the contributor.

A memorial park featuring an entrance constructed of a white metal arch supported by brick piers. The words 'Westdale Memorial Park' are included in the top of the arch in an ornate styling. A turnstile is positioned to the right of the arch. 

The Westdale Memorial Hall once stood at this site. The Hall was opened in 1924, last used around 1967, and demolished by 1970.



Westdale Memorial Park

Cnr Flinders Street and Blaxland Way
Westdale NSW 2340
Local Government Area
  • Tamworth Regional Council
Memorial type
  • Garden/park
Recorded by
Mr Jim Finucane and OMNI Men’s Shed. Tamworth Regional Council.
Established date
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  • First World War, 1914–18

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