Altona War Memorial

Altona War Memorial

Conflicts Commemorated:

  • World War One
  • World War Two
  • Korea

Memorial Gallery:


127 Civic Parade Altona, , Victoria, , 3018

Extra Comments:

The Altona War Memorial located outside the Civic Offices, is one of only four 'eternal flames' in Australia. The stone memorial stands in front of three flagpoles and commemorates the First World War, Second World War, Korea and Vietnam

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World War Two Honour Roll:

Binns L.
Carthy G.T.
Duggan M.H.
Gadsden C.
Harris W.L.
Irwin G.A.
Irwin J.R.
Knapp D.J.
Mangan W.
Meddings R.
Murdoch D.
Paproth L.C.
Waites H.A.

History and Significance:

The monument is an "eternal flame " memorial and lists 13 soldiers who died in service or were killed in action in World War Two. It also honours World War One, the Korean and Vietnam Wars. The monument is one of only four eternal flame monuments in Australia.


Comments/History and Significance Information (If shown)

All information shown in these areas were obtained from war memorial reports downloaded from the Heritage Victoria Council

The Victorian War Heritage Inventory is a non-regulatory inventory which lists war-related sites in Victoria. There are no criteria for inclusion beyond a site being war related and requested for inclusion by a member of the public or an ex-service or heritage organisation.