Redland Bay War Memorial, was unveiled on 1st July 1923.
A sandstone obelisk with crossed rifles on a Petrie base, with Redland Bay Roll of Honour carved into the sandstone built
by A. L. Petrie & Sons (Toowong, QLD).
A National Service plaque attached to the memorial, commemorating service from 1951 to 1972 and deaths of 187 National Service personnel.
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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 3-D camera phone (LG Optimus 3D),
the quality varies depending on weather conditions. (no flashes were used).) (3-D vintage photos are from a 3-D software manipulation.)
3-D Private: Albert Andrew Johnston
3-D Private: Albert Andrew Johnston,Australian Infantry, A.I.F. 9th Bn, (Late of 41st Bn), 1050a. K.I.A. 24 Dec 1916 aged 18, of Redland Bay, Queensland, Redland Bay Cenotaph.Buried: Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt, Picardie, France.
3-D Bombadier: Alexander Johnston
3-D Bombadier: Alexander Johnston,Australian Infantry, A.I.F. 111th Howitzer Battery (Late of 25th Bn), 659. K.I.A. 14 Jan 1917 aged 22, of Redland Bay, Queensland, Redland Bay Cenotaph.Buried: Bulls Road Cemetery, Flers, Picardie, France.
[Pictures: Private: Albert Andrew Johnston & Bombadier: Alexander Johnston, Courtesy of The Australian War Memorial]