Sunday, September 15, 2013

Simpsons Hill ANZAC memorial

A local feature on one of my walks. Not all ANZAC memorials are located at cenotaphs. On a hill near the Canberra suburbs of Chisholm and Gilmore stands a flagpole with a brass plaque below where every ANZAC eve the children, teachers & parents of both local primary schools gather to remember...




The view from Simpson's Hill




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