Byron Bay Memorial Gates

Details

Location Byron Bay Recreation Grounds, Tennyson Street, Byron Bay, Byron Shire - New South Wales, Australia
Type memorial_gates
Description

4 Brick Pillars with iron gates marking entrance to park

Built Monument Designer: Mr G.R.Bryce (architect) Monument Manufacturer: Mr J. Stewart (gates) Mr. W. McAndrew (woodwork), Mr.L. Cheers (ironwork)
Opened 11 November 1922 by Mrs. J. W. Banner, wife of the president of the Byron Shire, and that of formally declaring the gates open, by the Hon. Massy Greene, Minister for Defence.
Inscription

KOREA MALAYA BORNEO VIETNAM
OTHER CONFLICTS IN REMEMBRANCE

This Stone Was Laid By
His Excellency The
Governor General
Lord Forster KG KCMG
23rd November 1921

Left Side Inscription
World War I
Remembrance

Inner Pillar :

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Outer Pillar :

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Right Side Inscription
World War II
Remembrance

Inner Pillar :

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Outer Pillar :

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Condition

Good

Names

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BRYCE, William Ridd

Service number 2302
Trooper
4 Battalion Imperial Camel Corps
AIF WW1
Born 1895

HALPIN, Clement Thistleton

Service number 420746
Warrant Officer
No. 3 Squadron (RAAF)
Royal Australian Air Force
Born 16 May 1918

FLICK, Frederick Walter

Service number 2312
Private
42nd Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 1898

BRANDON, Reginald Stanley

Service number 403416
Flight Sergeant
No. 459 Squadron (RAAF)
Royal Australian Air Force
Born 22 Feb 1914

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