What's On - 18 October 2019

  • Exhibition: The Korean War 1950 - 53

    Friday 29 March 2019 - Sunday 22 March 2020

    Over 18,000 Australians fought in the Korean War (1950–53) a conflict which claimed three million lives, including those of 339 Australians. The clash between North and South Korea remains unresolved to this day. This exhibition explains the war’s origins, why Australia became involved, why neither side could win, and why the war still matters today. Read More

    Over 18,000 Australians fought in the Korean War (1950–53) a conflict which claimed three million lives, including those of 339 Australians. The clash between North and South Korea remains unresolved to this day.

    This exhibition explains the war’s origins, why Australia became involved, why neither side could win, and why the war still matters today.

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  • Ceremony: HMAS Lismore with Berwick Primary School 2019

    Friday 18 October 2019, 11:00am

    Wreath Laying at Memorial Tree F01

    Shrine Representative:
    TBA

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    HMAS Lismore was a Bathurst Class minesweeper built in Sydney and commissioned in 1941. She served during the Second World War with Battle Honours including Indian Ocean, Sicily, Pacific and Okinawa. She returned to Sydney in 1946 for decommission and transfer to the Royal Netherlands Navy.

    In October 2007, a plaque dedicated to HMAS Lismore was unveiled at the Shrine of Remembrance for the inaugural annual service held to honour those who served on her.

    The HMAS Lismore Association will be supported by students and staff of Berwick Primary School, as participants in the Shrine's Adopt an Ex-Service Organisation program. This partnership fosters relationships and enables schools to carry on the legacy of their chosen Association.