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Well worth a visit. It gives you an idea of the numbers of our troops who went to Vietnam. Walk the wall and see the names of those who served. There is also a Centurion tank, a Bofors gun and an APC on display.
great worl done by the people of seymour & thank you Also to see your name on the wall makes you feel you were wanted plus shoe the grand kids what it was all about its a must to see in every ones life time.
What an amazing Commemorative Wall for those who served in the armed forces in the Vietnam War...a must see for everyone traveling through Vic..beautifully done and quite spectacular in the day or night!
You must stop in Seymour to visit this beautiful and honoring memorial to every service person, army, navy, air, who went to Vietnam. Landscaping representing rubber plantations and paddy fields is very effective. Best early morning, late afternoon and night.
We were here for a army reunion and was told about this by others there and others that had been here previously. I have to be honest I wasnt expecting it to be this goos. Found the names of a few people I know and...More
A magnificent tribute. The memorial is slightly off the highway in Seymour, Victoria and is an excellent memorial honouring Australia’s Service men and women who served during the Vietnam War.
The curved glass wall with gravel pathways provides a gentle and peaceful walk. There is...More
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It was designed and managed by the Mitchell Branch of the Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia. Who physically constructed it, I do not know. Maybe with volunteers and contractors. Contact the Mitchell Branch of the... More
It was designed and managed by the Mitchell Branch of the Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia. Who physically constructed it, I do not know. Maybe with volunteers and contractors. Contact the Mitchell Branch of the VVAA.