Keilor East RSL War Memorial

Keilor East RSL War Memorial

Conflicts Commemorated:

  • World War One
  • World War Two
  • Korea
  • Malaya
  • Borneo
  • Vietnam

Memorial Gallery:


12-22 Hoffmans Road Essendon, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 3040

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History and Significance:

The Keilor East RSL War Memorial comprises of a grey cenotaph topped by a gold cross. The memorial site was unveiled by Les Crofts (OAM, JP) on 17th March 1996. The plaques attached to the memorial are dedicated by the Keilor East R.S.L. in memory of those Australians who served in the First World War, Second World War, Korea, Malaya, Borneo and South Vietnam.


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.