ANZAC Square Vietnam Memorial
The Vietnam Memorial depicts a soldier directing in a helicopter for his wounded mate. The life-size representation of the figures commemorates Australians and other Allies who died or suffered as a result of service in South Vietnam from 1963 - 1972. The figures are set on a black marble base, that displayed two dedication plaques.
This memorial is part of a group of memorials situated at Anzac Square, Brisbane. A map is available.
Refer to additonal images.
- Conflicts commemorated
- Vietnam War, 1962–1972
- Memorial type
- Commemorative services held
The memorial is utilised for commemorations including ANZAC Day, Vietnam Veterans Day and the Battle of Long Tan Anniversary.
- Additional information
- The memorialwas unveiled by The Hon Sir Walter Campbell, Governor of Qld, on the 23rd April 1988.
- Recorded by
- Shirley and Trevor McIvor
- Date recorded
- 2 April 2009
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