Campbellfield Soldiers Memorial

Campbellfield Soldiers Memorial

Conflicts Commemorated:

  • World War One

Memorial Gallery:


Corner Sydney Road and Campbell Street Campbellfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 3061

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World War One Honour Roll:

Alexander G.
Alexander R.
Bingham G.B.
Bingham W.R.
Chenu E.W.
Chenu F.A.
Chenu F.W.
Cockerell A.E.
Cockerell J.H.
Cockerell J.R.
Cooney W.T.
Cox W.
Duell J.A.
Dunstan S.
Ferguson A.
Fisher D.
Fisher J.A.S.
Fisher J.N.O.
Fowler J.C.
Hawkins C.W.
Hawkins N.
Inglis J.
Lehmann P.
McKane T.
Morrison J.R.
Morrison J.G.
Oliver J.T.A.
Oliver T.
Patullo W.J.
Pearson G.E.
Pearson H.J.
Reynolds J.A.S.
Reynolds J.N.O.
Robertson A.V.
Watt W.
Watts W.J.
Williams P.

History and Significance:

The Campbellfield Soldiers Memorial was erected in memory of the men from Campbellfield who enlisted in World War One.

The State Commandant (Brigadier-General C.H. Brand) unveiled a soldiers memorial at Campbellfield on Saturday. The memorial, which is of Stawell granite, is erected in the recreation reserve, and bears the names of 37 soldiers who enlisted from Campbellfield, of whom six fell in the war. After the unveiling of the memorial a number of medals were presented to returned soldiers by Councillor Gibb. The Argus (Melbourne), 12th January 1920


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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.