• History & heritage

Nathalia War Memorial

Blake Street, Nathalia, Victoria, 3638

The Nathalia War Memorial commemorates those who have served and those who have died in the various conflicts that Australia has been involved in.

Built in 1927 and opening by Lord Somers, it was added to after WWII and opened by Hon G Moss MLA. A monument erected to Alfred Draper for the Boer War 1901.

The monument is a white marble statue on a grey granite columned pedestal. Located south end of Blake street just before the roundabout.

Content: Nathalia Barmah Visitor Information Centre
Facilities:
  • Car park
Opening hours:

Open at all times

Entry cost:

Free entry

Blake Street, Nathalia, Victoria, 3638

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