Augusta War Memorial

Star 4.2 (22 Google reviews)

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.
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.

Location

Augusta War Memorial

27 Osnaburg St, Augusta WA 6290, Australia

Reviews

Star 4.2 (22 Google reviews)
Paul Sofilas 29 April 2022

Went to both dawn and later morning services on Anzac day. Great turnout of people, respectful attendees and park is well set out and maintained. A credit to Augusta and local RSL.

Ben Bentley 03 May 2022

Sunrise overlooking Augusta amazing

Stephen Finch 27 January 2018

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.

Judi Rogers 08 November 2019

We walked this beautiful place at night, peaceful place to reflect.

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