3-D ANZAC Centenary Memorial, Cleveland - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson

3-D ANZAC

Centenary Memorial

Cleveland, Queensland, Australia

3-D Cenotaph Monument Great War (First World War) World War I column - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson 3-D 1919 Cenotaph Monument, with its broken column symbolising lives cut short.
3-D Cenotaph Monument Great War (First World War) World War I - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson 3-D 1919 Cenotaph Monument, World War I 1914-1919

3-D ANZAC Centenary Memorial Park and Cleveland War Memorial

The Anzac Memorial Park, (Cleveland War Memorial) was unveiled on Saturday 14 August 1920,
the memorial commemorates the residents of Cleveland who were killed in the Great War (First World War) World War I - 1914 to 1918, World War II (Second World War) - 1939 to 1945,
Malayan Emergency - 1948 to 1960, Korean War - 1950 to 1953, Indonesian Confrontation - 1962 to 66 and Vietnam War - 1962 to 1972.

The ANZAC Centenary Memorial, new expanded memorial was unveiled on Saturday 25th April 2015.


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3-D The Anzac Memorial Park, (Cleveland War Memorial) was unveiled on Saturday 14 August 1920.

3-D Anzac Day Service on Saturday 25 April 1936 - Photo courtesy of Leonie Swift, Redlands Local History & Heritage Library.
Photo courtesy of Leonie Swift, Redlands Local History & Heritage Library.

The Anzac Memorial Park, (Cleveland War Memorial)
Anzac Day Service on Saturday 25 April 1936


The Anzac Memorial Park, (Cleveland War Memorial) was unveiled on Saturday 14 August 1920, and was built by W.E. Parsons of Brisbane.
Includes the 1919 Cenotaph sandstone monument built by ex-service men from World War 1, with its broken column symbolising lives cut short which commemorates those who served in the Great War (First World War) World War I.
Next to the Redlands Sub Branch Inc's, R.S.L. (Returned and Services League of Australia), Headquaters, League, Welfare, Pension and Women’s Auxiliary, Queensland, Australia.

In 1992 the memorial was moved about 50 metres to the west as part of a project to landscape the area.

3-D The ANZAC Centenary Memorial, new expanded memorial was unveiled on Saturday 25th April 2015.

3-D The ANZAC Centenary Memorial, Official opening on Friday 17th April 2015. (Left to Right, Michael McDonald, Ken Cullum, Karen Williams, Eric Shaw, Alan Harcourt, Andrew Laming, Ian Gray, Graham Hinson, Greg Saunders, Peter Harrison, Wally Kerr.) - Photo courtesy of Leonie Swift, Redlands Local History & Heritage Library.
Photo courtesy of Leonie Swift, Redlands Local History & Heritage Library.
(Left to Right, Michael McDonald, Ken Cullum, Karen Williams, Eric Shaw, Alan Harcourt, Andrew Laming,
Ian Gray, Graham Hinson, Greg Saunders, Peter Harrison, Wally Kerr.)

The ANZAC Centenary Memorial, Official opening of the
Centenary Memorial, Friday 17th April 2015


Official opening of the Centenary Memorial, Friday 17th April 2015 to all Australians who suffered and died in all fields of conflict and peacekeeping. Opened by Mr Alan Harcourt President Redlands RSL, Mr Eric Shaw President NSAA (Qld) Redlands Branch, Dr Andrew Laming M. P. Bowman, and Karen Williams Mayor of Redland City Council.

The ANZAC Centenary Memorial, a new expanded memorial was unveiled on Saturday 25th April 2015.
A semi-circular concrete retaining wall, inscribed with names of all battles in which Australians have served, built into the side of a small hill in the park, across the road from the the original cenotaph and Redland's Sub Branch Inc's, R.S.L. (Returned and Services League of Australia), as part of the 100th Anniversary of ANZAC.


Photograph's in gallery by Graeme Watson
(All photos in this gallery are from a 3-D software manipulation, the original photos are from a camera phone,
the quality varies depending on weather conditions. (no flashes were used).)
(3-D vintage photos are from a 3-D software manipulation.)

3-D Corporal: Alexander Cumberland Reid

3-D Corporal: Alexander Cumberland Reid - Picture: courtesy of Leonie Swift, Redlands Local History & Heritage Library.
Corporal: Alexander Cumberland Reid,
Australian Field Artillery, 11th Bde, 1733.
K.I.A. 03 Aug 1917 aged 22, of Ormiston, Queensland, Cleveland Cenotaph.
Buried: Bus House Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

3-D Private: Alfred Noble

3-D Private: Alfred Noble, 1201 - Picture: courtesy Australian War Memorial, Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain.
Private: Alfred Noble,
Australian Infantry, A.I.F. 9th Bn, 1201.
K.I.A. 02 Aug 1915 aged 22, of Cleveland, Queensland, Cleveland Cenotaph.
Buried: Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt.

3-D Private: George William Burns

3-D Private: George William Burns, 5303 - Picture: courtesy of Leonie Swift, Redlands Local History & Heritage Library.
Private: George William Burns,
Australian Infantry, A.I.F. 25th Bn, 5303.
K.I.A. 11 Mar 1917 aged 24, of Cleveland, Queensland, Cleveland Cenotaph.
Buried: Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Dernancourt, Picardie, France.


[Picture: Alfred Noble, Courtesy of The Australian War Memorial] Public Domain Mark 1.0
[Picture's: of Corporal: Alexander Cumberland Reid & Private: George William Burns, Courtesy of Leonie Swift, Redlands Local History & Heritage Library.]

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