Tinana War Memorial

Location of Tinana War Memorial

Memorial Park
Gympie Road
Tinana QLD 4650

The memorial features a carved, broken column, with ivy leaves draped around it. There is elaborate carving around the base of the column, and the whole is set on a stepped base, on a large slightly sloped slab. The surrounds of the memorial have recently been refurbished (refer to additional images.)


The main plaque reads: Killed in action in France and lists 13 names.
Below that 1914–1918 is engraved into the marble.
The next plaque reads: This stone is erected by the residents of Tinana to the honour and glory of those who fought in the Great War.
The lower plaque reads: 1939–1945. Killed on active service, and lists 3 names.

Conflicts commemorated
  • First World War, 1914–1918
  • Second World War, 1939–1945
Memorial type
Commemorative services held

ANZAC Day Services are held at the memorial. The first service in twenty years took place on 25 April 2009.

Additional information

This memorial has outstanding significance as an unusual example of the work of F W Webb, Mason, and for its unusual flagpole.

Recorded by
Shirley and Trevor McIvor/John Meyers, Maryborough Military and Colonial Museum
Date recorded
4 March 2009

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