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Location Wyong Town Park, Alison Road & Rankens Court, Wyong, Wyong Shire - New South Wales, Australia
Type memorial

Originally the polished trachyte column and was located in Railway Square and unveiled by Sir Granville Ryrie in 1923 (ANZAC Day), for a cost of some £700. On top of the column is a red granite orb, and the square base is mounted on a broader concrete base with three steps up on each side.

Built William Martyn (architect)
Opened 25 April 1923 by Sir Granville Ryrie

1914 1919

In memory of Wyong heroes

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"Thine, O Lord is the victory"

This monument was erected in honor of those who enlisted from this District for service in the Great War 1914 - 1919

Plaque :

Dedicated to those who served and those who died in World War I

Right Side Inscription
Roll of Honour

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Dedicated to those who served and those who died in World War II



To commemorate the Re-Dedication of this Memorial erected to the memory of Servicemen and Women involved in all conflicts from World War 1 to the present day and re-established at this site.

This tablet was unveiled by Paul Crittenden, MP on the 16th day of April 1994 and is a symbol of appreciation to Wyong Shire Council from Wyong Sub-Branch Returned & Services League of Australia




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GOLDSMITH, Raymond Leslie

Service number 1537
3rd Infantry Battalion
Born Nov 1893

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KELLE, Leonard Jean

Service number 1542
1st Infantry Battalion
Born 29 Aug 1880

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