The monument is a grey obelisk with standing on upper and lower granite plinths containing incised lettering with the names of men from the district who served in both World Wars.
The memorial continues today to act as a focal point for commemoration of those from Lockhart District. The memorial is a place for reﬂection and the effects of loss on the Lockhart community and society. Anzac Day is commemorated at this memorial yearly at 9 am, followed by a march at 10.30 am from the township to the Hebden Street cenotaph after the service.
For all ex-servicemen
and women for whom
this cemetery is their
last resting place.
Their bodies are
buried in peace.
The names liveth
Also to perpetuate
the memory of district
women of all wars.
[list of veterans on each face]
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Campaign||Link|
|J O||Alexander||Australian Army||view|
|W N||Angove||Australian Army||view|
|E M||Bond||Australian Army||view|
|F C||Bourke||Australian Army||view|
|R J||Brideoake||Australian Army||view|
|P A||Buchanan||Australian Army||view|
|F D||Call||Australian Army||view|
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