In a few sunny breaks, during the past week, I wandered a few places on the peninsula that I have not explored.
Mornington and District Memorial Park was one of them.
It is set back a little from Port Phillip Bay and Main Street Mornington, but still easily accessible.
MORNINGTON'S Memorial Park in Barkly Street is unique in Australia as the only place with memorials for every major conflict [since the Maori Wars of 1863-72] involving Australians. Ref: Peninsula Weekly
I liked how the tree branches seemed to reach across the sign.
There were seats with signs for individuals like this one.
Sir Edmund was an army doctor (in World War II) and humanitarian who died in 1993.
He was given a state funeral in Melbourne.
There were many seats with signs for groups like this one.
The shadows of wars
The battle may be ugly
But souls become light
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