The 106 Tank Attack Regiment served during the Second World War. It saw action at Lae, Finschhafen, Buna and Madang in New Guinea.
A service takes place on the last Sunday in November each year. This date marks the Regiment's last month of active service during the Second World War. This day is also the anniversary of the dedication of the unit's plaque in the Shrine Reserve.
While our doors are temporarily closed we will continue to honour the service and sacrifice of hundreds of thousands of Victorians.
Our services are streamed via Facebook, but you do not need to be a member to view.
Reviewed 14 October 2020