Adelaide Pathway of Honour - 7th Australian Infantry Battalion WW1 Memorial Back to Search


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

A simple stone plinth with two brass plagues attached - one atop facing upwards and one on the front facing outward.

Built Not yet discovered
Opened 16 October 2015

Upper Plaque

Battalion Colour Patch (left) and a VC in outline (right)

7th Australian Infantry Battalion
1st Division AIF
Four Victoria Crosses
Lone Pine 1915

Somme 1916 Lys Krtithia
Somme 1918 Hazebrouck Landing at ANZAC
Pozieres Amiens Defence at ANZAC
Bullecourt Albert 1918 Sari-Bair
Ypres 1917 (Chuignes) Lone Pine
Menin Road Hindenburg Line Gallipoli 1915
Polygon Wood Epehy Suez Canal
Broodseinde France and Flanders 1916-1919
Poelcappelle Egypt 1915-16
Passchendaele Helles

In memory of those who died on active service and all those who served in the Battalion.

Dedicated on the 100th anniversary reunion of the Battalion, October 16 2015.

Lower Plaque (forward facing)

Colour Patch (left) Rising sun insignia (right)

2/7th Australian Infantry battalion
6th Division AIF
1939 - 1945

North Africa 1940-41, Greece - Crete 1941, Middle East 1940-41, Ceylon 1942,
Wau-Salamaua 1943, Aitape-Wewak 1944-45, New Guinea 1942-45

Dedicated to the memory of the 216 who died on active service and all who served in our Battalion.

Lest we Forget

Dedicated on the 75th anniversary reunion of the Battalion o October 16 2015


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