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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NMW REPORT – NOVEMBER 2020

NMW REPORT – NOVEMBER 2020

 Hello All, Everyone well? I hope so. Healthwise, I am aware of Kiwi and Margaret in RSL Care’s Fairview, Ron Woodrow still limping around at home, Margaret Devereaux still fighting on at home with Norm healing after his op. However, on the bright side Rod Wyatt...

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NMW REPORT – NOVEMBER 2020

NMW Last Day of Winter – Manager’s Report

Well spring has sprung ("...the grass is riz...") which means that maybe we won’t have as many cooler nights and things will start growing again but, the big "must have", rain, is still AWOL. We can but hope that it will turn up, not only for the Walk but the imminent...

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Appointment – Manager National Memorial Walk

Appointment – Manager National Memorial Walk

Dave McDonald has been formally appointed as the Manager. In advising Dave of his success Mike von Berg Chairman of the RAR Corporation Board and National President of the RAR Association wrote: Dear David, Further to our discussions yesterday I am very pleased to...

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Dads’ Army Report – Monday 25th May 2020

Dads’ Army Report – Monday 25th May 2020

Another fine Brisbane morning last Monday with most of the usual people turning up and still working in pairs and being very aware of social distancing and we still got it done. A bit of Admin first up, Trevor Pond went into Brisbane Private Hospital on Tuesday...

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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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