Tinana War Memorial
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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