Inverell Cenotaph This has the names of 229 Inverell District men who died during It has just been repaired and refurbished by Inverell RSL Sub Branch and looks magnificent with the addition of gold lettering. Lest We Forget
Inverell Honor Roll Inverell was the first town in NSW to begin an Honor Roll for those who enlisted during WWI. It was designed by architect Herbert Ross. The names of the Kurrajong men are included on this board. Note: Honor is as spelt at the time of
The Inverell Medal, given to volunteers when they left the district to serve during the First World War. The volunteer's name is engraved on one side, with date of departure. The reverse is engraved with the words Inverell NSW
This book, A fine body of men, tells the story of the Inverell district men who volunteered for War service in 1916. They took part in one of the great 'snowball' recruiting drives held in NSW Australia that year. Illustrated with many photos, the story is told through a combination of soldiers letters, diaries, and newspaper articles. A great read.
Kurrajong Re-enactment March 10 January Some of the 220 Kurrajong relatives marching wearing replica white hats. They came from all around Australia and overseas for this Centenary of Anzac Commemorative event.
Like to knit or crochet? These are a few of the remembrance poppies being made at Inverell for an installation for Kurrajong Week in January 2016. Contributions would be very welcome. For further information http://www.inverellremembers.org.au/news-details.php?nid=29