Yuleba Honour Board

Location of Yuleba Honour Board

Memorial Hall, 79km west of Miles (Warrego Highway)
Yuleba QLD 4427

Timber honour board to individual from the Yeulba District for service in the First World War. The spelling of Yeulba, differs from the current spelling of the town name; Yuleba.

Inscription

YEULBA HONOUR BOARD/Roll of Honour names

Conflicts commemorated
First World War, 1914–1918
Memorial type
Honour board
Additional information

This incredibly detailed mural depicting many theatres of war was painted by a jackeroo, Robert Fred (known as Fred) Doyle in 1964, and is the backdrop to the stage of the Memorial Hall. It was unveiled by Hon F G R (Frank) Nicklin, MM, LLD, MLA, Premier of Queensland, on 9 October 1964.
At the centre are the words of the RSL Motto - The Price of Liberty - Eternal Vigilance. Scenes depicted are jungle warfare, Battle of Britain, desert warfare, air, sea and tank battles, advancing Australian troops in tin hats with bagpipes in background and German in foreground, tin helmet on upturned rifle, the globe, bridge on the River Kwai, a nurse, bugler, landing on Gallipoli and ghostly crosses.

Recorded by
Shirley and Trevor McIvor
Date recorded
18 March 2009

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