Vietnam Memorial Brisbane
Public Art : Vietnam Memorial Brisbane
Sculptor : © Dorothea Saaghy
Description : A bronze sculpture of an Australian
soldier directing a helicopter in to land to pick up a wounded soldier, who lies at his feet.
Date Unveiled : The Vietnam Memorial was unveiled on
the 23rd of April, 1988.
Location : ANZAC Square, Brisbane, Queensland,
This memorial commemorates those Australians and Allies who died or served during the war in Vietnam
Unveiled by the honourable Sir Walter Cambell QC Governor of Queensland on the 23rd of April 1988.
This site is dedicated to a memorial to be erected in honour of those Australian and Allies who died or
suffered as a result of service in South Vietnam 1962-1973.
This polaque was unveiled by His Excellency Honourable Sir Walter Cambell QC Governor of Queensland on
the twentieth anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan 18th August, 1986.
LEST WE FORGET