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ANZAC Square Vietnam Memorial

Description

The Vietnam Memorial depicts a soldier directing in a helicopter for his wounded mate. The life-size representation of the figures commemorates Australians and other Allies who died or suffered as a result of service in South Vietnam from 1963 - 1972. The figures are set on a black marble base, that displayed two dedication plaques.

This memorial is part of a group of memorials situated at Anzac Square, Brisbane. A map is available.

Location
ANZAC Square, Brisbane, Brisbane Qld 4000

Location of ANZAC Square Vietnam Memorial

Inscription
Refer to additonal images.
Conflicts commemorated
Vietnam War, 1962-1972
Memorial type
Statue
Commemorative services held

The memorial is utilised for commemorations including ANZAC Day, Vietnam Veterans Day and the Battle of Long Tan Anniversary.

Additional information
The memorialwas unveiled by The Hon Sir Walter Campbell, Governor of Qld, on the 23rd April 1988.
Recorded by
Shirley and Trevor McIvor
Date recorded
2 April 2009

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