Welcome to our Royal Australian Regiment’s National Memorial Walk

The National Memorial Walk (NMW) is the spiritual home of Royal Australian Regiment.

It is a ‘living” memorial by association to a dedicated tree that commemorates each person who has died while serving overseas with the Regiment.

In Memoriam

On this day we commemorate those men of The Royal Australian Regiment who died in service to Australia.

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Vale: Norman John Devereux 1946 – 2022

Vale: Norman John Devereux 1946 – 2022

It is with sadness that Malcom Grey Secretary 2 RAR Association advises that Norman Devereux passed away peacefully in his sleep overnight, Friday 21 October 2022. Norm served in the 2 RAR’s first tour of Vietnam in 5 Pl B Coy in 1967 – 68 as a...

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War memorial caught in the crossfire

War memorial caught in the crossfire

With three explosive sentences, Australian War Memorial Council chairman Brendan Nelson has unleashed a fierce culture war over how best to exhibit the history of frontier violence. READ MORE After reading the article you may want to consider...

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NMW Manager’s Report – September 2022

NMW Manager’s Report – September 2022

Hello All, It is with pleasure that I can start this report by stating that The Walk is in tip top shape!  The weather has been reasonably kind and everything is growing well and the lawns are as green as I have seen them. We are also in a happy place financially...

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Padre Gary Stone’s Easter Message

Padre Gary Stone’s Easter Message

Happy Easter 2022, and I hope all who read this may find happiness, contentment and gratitude in their lives, as they ponder the experiences of life.  We certainly have had an extraordinary series of happenings in recent times.  I’m mindful...

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A call to honour the fallen on Remembrance Day

A call to honour the fallen on Remembrance Day

One sits and ponders sadly of those many pals who are “gone to that home from which no wanderer returns.” … The very flower of our manhood have paid the greatest price, not willingly for not one of them but longed to live, return home and forget, yes just forget the...

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Gardening with James Hilyard: Gardening in the middle of winter

Gardening with James Hilyard: Gardening in the middle of winter

James Hilyard is Ipswich City Council’s Infrastructure and Environment Department, City Maintenance manager. He is a horticulturalist, arborist and holds a master’s degree in sustainability. You can see his articles in Ipswich First. Many of us are gardeners by choice...

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REPORT – THE RAR NMW  JUNE 2021

REPORT – THE RAR NMW JUNE 2021

The Regiment’s National Memorial Walk (the Walk) is in excellent condition, thanks to the outstanding commitment of the Management Team, our loyal volunteers, Dad’s Army, and the support from both 6RAR and 8/9 RAR.   The Commanders of 7th Combat Brigade...

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