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Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway Rose Garden Memorial

Occupations
Commemoration
Website
http://www.kokodawalkway.com.au/stations/memorial_rose_garden.html

Summary

On 3 March 2002, a Remembrance Service was conducted in the Rose Garden in the Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway opposite Concord Hospital in Sydney, New South Wales, to dedicate 24 memorial plaques for service with the Australian Imperial Force in New Guinea during World War II. The plaques commemorate the service of personnel of the Royal Australian Navy, Medical, Dental and Nursing Services, the Royal Australian Air Force Medical Service, Nursing Sisters of the Australian Army Nursing Service and the many deployed units of the Australian Army Medical Corps.

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.defence.gov.au/dpe/dhs/infocentre/publications/journals/NoIDs/ADFHealthApr02/ADFHealthApr02_3_1_48.pdf accessed 2003-10-03.

Anne Heywood

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