Western Australian
War Memorials

Lorraine and Blue Larment
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We and our intrepid photographers have photographed a number of War Memorials throughout Western Australia.

Many of the memorials have names inscribed on them . . . those names are listed on the pages in this website.

Photographs of these memorials are freely available -

Photos are freely available for use in personal research and on the condition that no charge is made to others.

Also, it would be appreciated if these photos were not posted to other websites or social networks.

Click on a town name to view the inscribed names.

Albany Memorial Walk
Albany Town
Augusta

Bakers Hill
Balingup
Bassendean
Bayswater
Beverley
Boddington
Boyanup
Boyup Brook
Bridgetown
Brookton
Bruce Rock
Bunbury
Busselton

Calingiri
Carnamah
Carnarvon
C O Riley Park
Collie
Corrigin
Cuballing
Cue

Dalwallinu
Dawesville
Denham
Denmark
Donnybrook
Dudinin
Dwellingup

Esperance

Fairbridge
Frankland River
Gingin
Gnowangerup
Greenbushes
Guildford

Hopetoun

Jerramungup

Kalannie
Kalbarri
Kalgoorlie
Katanning
Kirup
Kojonup
Kondinin
Koorda
Kulin

Lancelin
Leederville
Leonora

Manjimup
Meckering
Meekatharra
Merredin
Midland
Mingenew
Moora
Morawa
Mt Barker
Mt Magnet
Mullalyup
Mullewa
Mundaring
Mundijong
Nabawa
Nannup
Narrogin
Newman
Northam
Northampton
Northcliffe

Peaceful Bay
Pemberton
Perenjori
Pingelly
Pinjarra

Quairading

Ravensthorpe

Salmon Gums
Sandstone
Shark Bay
Southern Cross
Subiaco

Three Springs
Tom Price
Toodyay

Wagin
Wandering
Wannamal
Waroona
Wickepin
Williams

York

Desert Mounted Corps Memorial

Near the summit of Mount Clarence, stands the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial , a 9-metre bronze statue of an Australian mounted soldier assisting a New Zealand soldier whose horse was wounded.

The first Anzac Dawn Service was held in Albany.
In 1918 Padre Arthur Ernest White, who served as chaplain with the 44th Battalion AIF, celebrated a Requiem Mass for the Battle Dead at the altar of St. John’s, Albany.
After the service he and some members of the congregation climbed to the summit of Mount Clarence.

They watched as a wreath was set afloat at the entrance to the harbour, and as it was laid, Padre White said 'As the sun riseth and goeth down, we will remember them'.