Jimboomba World War II Memorial
The memorial is centrally located around a large stone displaying a bronze Roll of Honour commemorating 28 members of the services who enlisted from the Jimboomba District and served Australia in the 1939 - 1945 War.
The main stone is surrounded by low brick walls and backed by a memorial flagpole. There is also a 1995 'Australia Remembers' dedication plaque attached to the right side wall.
IN HONOUR OF
THOSE MEMBERS OF THE SERVICES
WHO ENLISTED FROM THE JIMBOOMBA DISTRICT
AND SERVED AUSTRALIA IN THE 1939 - 1945 WAR
LEST WE FORGET
MONUMENT DESIGN AND
JIMBOOMBA RSL SUB BRANCH
THE Hon. MARY CRAWFORD M.P.
MEMBER FOR FORDE
19 AUGUST 1995
- Conflicts commemorated
- Second World War, 1939–1945
- Memorial type
- Commemorative services held
ANZAC DAY Dawn Service: Conducted at the Jimboomba First World War Memorial, Honara Street, Jimboomba 4280 - Commencing at 4.25am.
Followed by a 'Gunfire' Breakfast at the adjoining Jimboomba Library and Community Centre from 5.00am.
ANZAC DAY Parade: Forms up at Jimboomba State School, Mt Lindsay Highway - Commencing at 7.00am, it then proceeds along Cusack Lane to Rotary Park.
ANZAC Day Commemoration Service: Conducted at Jimboomba Rotary Park - commencing at 7.30am. Followed by traditional ANZAC Day activities to be detailed at the completion of the Commenoration Service.
For more information, contact: Peter Davies, Deputy President, Jimboomba RSL Sub-Branch, M: 0413 761 089 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Brett McCreadie 0419 792 517.
- Recorded by
- Dennis Stock / Logan City Council - Parks Branch/Peter Davies, Deputy President, Jimboomba RSL Sub-Branch
- Date recorded
- 9 March 2009