Shrine of Remembrance Medal

2017 NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN

The Shrine of Remembrance is pleased to annouced that nominations are now open for the 2017 Remembrance Medal. Each year, the Medal is presented to recognise individuals or organisations for their contribution to the promotion of Victorian service and sacrifice in times of war and peacekeeping. This year, the Medal will be presented at the Shrine following the Remembrance Day service on Saturday 11 November 2017. 

2017 nomination forms and criteria.

Nominations for the 2017 Medal must be received by Friday 6 October 2017 at 5pm.
By post:
Chief Executive Officer
Shrine of Remembrance Medal 2017
GPO Box 1603
Melbourne VIC 3001

Or by email to programs@shrine.org.au

The 2016 Recipient was Mr ROBERT WINTHER 


(L-R) Shrine of Remembrance CEO Dean Lee, Medal Recipient Mr Robert Winther and
Chairman of the Shrine Trustees Air-Vice Marshal Chris Spence AO (Retd).


Robert is Veteran Liaison at Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital and has dedicated more than 50 years’ service to this role. He has been the driving force of numerous projects at the Hospital including The Anzac Memorial Chapel, The Remembrance Garden and the Jessie Mary Vasey Labyrinth. Robert’s commitment to the veteran community is apparent in his long incumbency and the support he provides in ensuring veterans’ stories are accessible to current and future generations through tours for school and community groups.

The high calibre of nominations for the Shrine Medal each year makes the selection of a recipient a difficult task and is testimony to the continued hard work which goes into increasing community knowledge and understanding of the service and sacrifice of Victorian men and women in war and peacekeeping.

Past Recipients

The Shrine Medal has a long and rich history.  Read more about the outstanding achievements of previous recipients here: