Rosewood War Memorial
A white stone memorial cairn on a single stepped base.
IN HONOUR OF
WHO SERVED THEIR
MANY PAID THE
THEIR NAME LIVITH
- 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 Street, 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 Street, with a march at 9.00am from Community Park, John Street.
Remembrance Day Service at 11.00am followed by light refreshments.
- Additional information
The RSL Memorial Hall has been in Rosewood since 1954, originally situated in William Street where it was built by returned World War II diggers using mainly voluntary labour.
The Rosewood War Memorial was originally erected in Williams Street at the RSL Memorial Hall location.
When the hall was shifted to its present location, at the entrance to the Anzac Park sporting fields, in Mill Street in 1979, the War Memorial was relocated as well.
- Recorded by
- Shirley and Trevor McIvor
- Date recorded
- 23 March 2009