Rosewood Dungarees Memorial

Location of Rosewood Dungarees Memorial

Anzac Park,
Mill Street
Rosewood QLD 4340

Sandstone block set vertically within a sandstone and concrete mosaic base. The cast bronze plaque is attached to the front of the sandstone block.

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The original patriotic march started with 28 marchers

from Warwick on 16th November 1915.

They made their way through Allora, Toowoomba,

Gatton, Rosewood and on to Ipswich.

On arrival in Brisbane their numbers had swelled to

125 and they were greeted by some 30,000 people.

This monument is a memorial to those original

Dungarees and to the Re-enactment that passed

this way on 21st April 1998.

"The war was fought and the war was won

And the Dungarees did their best

They returned to the country of their birth

All heroes with the rest"

Lest We Forget

Conflicts commemorated
First World War, 1914–1918
Memorial type
Commemorative services held

ANZAC Day Dawn Service Service at 4.27am at Rosewood Memorial Hall, Anzac Park, Mill St, with a march at 4.15am from The Rising Sun Hotel.
ANZAC Day Service at 9.30am at the Rosewood Memorial Hall, Anzac Park, Mill St, with a march at 9.00am from Community Park, John St.
Remembrance Day Service at 11.00am followed by light refreshments.

Recorded by
Queensland War Memorial Register
Date recorded
22 March 2012

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