arrow-down arrow-left arrow-up calendar clock facebook globe instagram linkedin mail marker phone location tags twitter youtube

Nathalia Memorial Gardens

7B18A68E5F2Eb4Fd35375478C6F5C6E5 3057372D9C3F36Df9B524Aa06D104958 D7B69Dc2A6Bcb88C7A84461246929B3C A9317Af35656F76D586A07B2C87780F8 F6452Db6D4Ca25986Ee3Fc8C1B669Bb0 0Eed5Db058269Eee18755845661B6D0C 651147B70E10Efaaf6558713C91E84Ba

Contact Nathalia Memorial Gardens

The Nathalia Memorial Gardens are dedicated to the men and women who served in the First World War, Second World War and Vietnam. Unveiled by B.C. Ruxton on 13 November 1988, the gardens include a chained boulder monument and 64 rose bushes for the 64 locals who died fighting in both world wars. There are also several memorial tree plantings dedicated to specific conflicts: on 18 August 1966 the Asian Bell Tree was planted by Garry Edwards (6th Batt. R.A.R.) in memory of those who died in the Battle of Long Tan in Vietnam, a tree planted in 1992 was dedicated to those servicemen who were Prisoners of War, another tree was planted for those women who served as nurses in the navy, army and airforce. Also planted in 1992 was a tree dedicated to the memory of the District Rats of Tobruk.