San Remo War Memorial - Victorian Heritage Database

San Remo War Memorial - Victorian Heritage Database

Victorian Heritage Database Report Report generated 01/11/17 San Remo War Memorial SanR 1.jpg SanR 2.jpg SanR 3.jpg Location Marine Park, Marine ...

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Victorian Heritage Database Report Report generated 01/11/17

San Remo War Memorial

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Location Marine Park, Marine Parade,SAN REMO, Bass Coast Shire

Municipality BASS COAST SHIRE

Level of significance For public view

Heritage Overlay Numbers Heritage Listing Vic. War Heritage Inventory

Heritage Study/Consultant

Bass Coast - Bass Coast Shire Heritage Study Stage 1, Allom Lovell & Associates, 2002;

Construction dates

1987,

Hermes Number

126035

Property Number

Physical Description 1 Pink granite plinth with bronze plaques and timber flagpole on concrete apron.

Physical Conditions Good

Intactness Good

Veterans Description for Public The San Remo War Memorial, located in the Marine Park, commemorates the First World War, Second World War, Korea and Vietnam. The monument resembles a pink granite plinth with bronze plaques and timber flagpole on a concrete apron. The plaque was laid by San Remo RSL members and dedicated by Mr. R W Wheeler, Senior Vice President State Research Branch RSL, on June 28th 1987. This place/object may be included in the Victorian Heritage Register pursuant to the Heritage Act 1995. Check the Victorian Heritage Database, selecting 'Heritage Victoria' as the place data owner. For further details about Heritage Overlay places, contact the relevant local council or go to Planning Schemes Onlinehttp://planningschemes.dpcd.vic.gov.au/