The Albury War Memorial on Monument Hill

Posted by Jeremy Storer on November 29, 2010

In the early 1900′s a town planner named Charles Reade visited Albury and proposed to build a monument on the western hill of Albury to commemorate Australian soldiers lost at war.

The war memorial was designed by Louis Harrison and built by Tom Bartleson and the war memorial monument was officially opened on Anzac Day in 1925.

There are very few WWI memorials in Australia and the one in Albury is regarded as the greatest due to its spectacular visibility on top of the hill.

If you are planning to come and see this spectacular war memorial book your Albury accommodation with and grab an Albury car rental from Rent Me a Car.