A sculptured bronze war memorial entitled "The Bomber" by artist Charles Web Gilbert. There is half-metre tall version of this statue in the Hall of Valour in the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
There is another statue of a soldier in a different pose, of similar proportions and also executed by Charles Web-Gilbert, in Rose Park, Adelaide and in Shepparton, Victoria.
He also executed the first of the famous dioramas in the Australian War Memorial, and the original 2nd Division Memorial at Mont St Quentin in France., which was destroyed by Nazi occupiers in WW2.
"The Bomber' stands on a cairn of rough cut Harcourt granite and this rests on a platform of three surrounding steps. It depicts a hatless soldier in the act of throwing a 'Mills Bomb' hand grenade, his rifle slung over his shoulder while doing so.
There are 4 bronze tablets with the names of 365 fallen from the district. The monument reaches a height of 6.4 metres.