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.

RankInisialsLast NameDate Of DeathUnitTheatre
PTEL.HMcPHERSON12th Apr 19699 RARVIETNAM
History – Building the RAR National Memorial Walk

History – Building the RAR National Memorial Walk

This history of building the RAR National Memorial Walk was written by Margaret Gibbons who with her husband Kiwi Gibbons (The Curator) were part of the group of pioneers who brought the NMW concept into reality. The Regiment is indebted to Margaret and Kiwi for...

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Kapyong Day

Kapyong Day

"Yesterday the fierce fighting began and today the gallant soldiers and Nurses of the ROK, Australia and Canada were forced to withdraw after a gallant victory against insurmountable odds to defend the road to Seoul. We bless them and thank them who served, their...

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Easter Message from RARA Padre Gary Stone

Easter Message from RARA Padre Gary Stone

Easter is normally for all Australians a joyful time of rest, relaxation and family gatherings. It is a Govt gazetted holiday specifically to provide opportunity  for people to reflect and participate in traditional Easter religious...

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