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The Bundeena Community and Services Club War Memorial consists of a Wall of Remembrance and a crypt, positioned in front of a flagpole. Both structures are constructed from concrete blocks and are surrounded by a garden bed.
The wall is topped by sandstone pavers and is faced with the emblems of the Australian Defence Force service branches. An eternal flame is also set into a recess in the wall. Attached along the front of the wall are multiple bronze plaques for individual veterans.
The top face of the crypt is a mosaic artwork depicting soldiers and a nurse, standing in a field, with a rising sun in the background. The artwork's design and the mosaic construction were done by local artists.
The memorial is located in the front garden of the club and is visible from the street.
For those who served
Lest we forget
This Crypt and Wall of Remembrance was built and rededicated by the Bundeena RSL Sub-Branch for the Anzac Centenary 2015 with funds from the NSW and Australian Governments
This Memorial Crypt, Mosaic and Wall of Remembrance were made possible by generous contributions from:
NSW Government (Veterans' Affairs grant)
Australian Govt. (DVA "Saluting Their Service" grant)
Bundeena Maianbar Chamber of Commerce (donation)
Garry Shead (artwork for mosaic)
Tim Cole (mosaic) La Paloma Pottery (tiles)
Lee Bateman (concept design) Tony Wilson (brickwork)
Bundeena RSL sub-Branch members (labour, flame light)
Dedicated by Rev George Capsis on 25 April 2015
|Last held rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit at embarkation||Campaign||Read more|
|W/OF||G B||Blackwood||World War 2||A217482||RAAF||view|
|Capt||R H||Chamberlain||World War 2||NX7601||Army||2/4 Btn||view|
|L Corp||R S||Swain||World War 1||6334||Army||4 Btn||view|
|Priv||R S||Swain||World War 2||NX20058||Army||2/19 Btn||view|