In honour of upcoming Remembrance Day you can remember the service of Australian soldiers by stopping and paying respects at one of these memorials.

Adelaide River War Cemetery

The War Cemetery at Adelaide River is the final resting place for the servicemen and women who lost their lives during WWII in northern Australia. This adjoins the Civil Cemetery, housing the 63 graves of civilians who also lost their lives.

Adelaide River War Cemetery: Monument Australia
Adelaide River War Cemetery: Monument Australia

ANZAC Hill Memorial

The ANZAC Hill Memorial, in Alice Springs, is dedicated to all Australians who served during all conflicts.

ANZAC Hill Memorial: Monument Australia
ANZAC Hill Memorial: Monument Australia

Bombing Raid Civilian Deaths

 This plaque, on the Civic Centre entrance, Darwin, records all the names of civilians killed during the bombing of Darwin in 1942.

Bombing Raid Civilian Deaths: Monument Australia
Bombing Raid Civilian Deaths: Monument Australia

Darwin Cenotaph

 Built in 1921, the Darwin Cenotaph is dedicated to all Australian servicemen and women who served during any conflict that Australia has been involved in.

Darwin Cenotaph: Monument Australia
Darwin Cenotaph: Monument Australia

The Bombing of Darwin

Outside Government House, Darwin, is the monument commemorating the bombing of Darwin by the Japanese during WWI.

The Bombing of Darwin: Monument Australia
The Bombing of Darwin: Monument Australia

 

More information on Northern Territory War Memorials.

You may also be interested in Western Australia War Memorials.

Featured image: Adelaide River War Cemetery – Wikimedia

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