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Augusta War Memorial

Historical Sites & Museums

Overview

Augusta War Memorial was originally erected to commemorate those that died in service or were killed in action during World War One. The names of those who lost their lives in World War Two were added to the memorial at a later date.

More information

The approach path has 78 bronze plaques for those who served in World War Two. Surrounding the memorial are plinths which list the various conflicts in which Australia has been involved.

Google Reviews

14
May
2019
BIG DALE
3.0
Nice place
27
Apr
2019
john keen
5.0
Dawn service.loved it
27
Jan
2018
Stephen Finch
4.0
Small but well-supported memorial. The Anzac Day ceremony is well supported and popular. The memorial is just over the road from the pioneer graveyard, with graves from Augusta first and second wave settlement - 1830: the year after Western Australia's first settlement by British settlers, in 1829.
09
May
2018
Jacob Tapper
3.0
Great for the little town
03
Jan
2017
Louise Fletcher
5.0
Beautiful location, well kept.