Adelaide Pathway of Honour - Pioneer Battalions WW2 Memorial Back to Search

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Location Kintore Avenue, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Type memorial
Description

The pathway contains 23 monuments, 22 with bronze plaques affixed to cement or granite blocks; several have two plaques. The main plaques are set on an angled face. One monument, the SAS, is a cut and polished black granite boulder with brass plaques affixed to the face.

Built Not yet discovered
Opened 31 May 1998 by BRIGADIER J.G. McKINNA C.M.G. C.B.E. D.S.O. L.V.O. ED
Inscription

Four coloured shoulder patches

IN MEMORY OF ALL MEMBERS WHO SERVED

IN THE

2/1st   AUSTRALIAN PIONEER BATTALION

2/2nd  AUSTRALIAN PIONEER BATTALION

2/3rd   AUSTRALIAN PIONEER BATTALION

2/4th   AUSTRALIAN PIONEER BATTALION

BATTLE HONOURS

MIDDLE EAST               PALESTINE      TOBRUK  SYRIA                     EL ALAMEIN

JAVA               NEW GUINEA KOKODA MILNE BAY             LAE         FINCHAVEN

NADZAB SHAGGY RIDGE

MOROTAI               TARAKAN               BALIKPAPAN            LABUAN              DARWIN

LEST WE FORGET

Lower Plaque:

UNVEILED BY

BRIGADIER J.G. McKINNA

C.M.G. C.B.E. D.S.O. L.V.O. ED. PATRON OF

THE AUSTRALIAN PIONEER BATTALIONS ASSOCIATION

WW1 & WW2

31ST MAY, 1998

DEDICATION CONDUCTED BY

REV DES SMITH RFD, ED, L.Th.

Condition

MAINTAINED BY: Adelaide City Council

PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Nil

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