Anzac & Kondinin headstones

Forever shining has also supplied headstones in Kondinin in Kondinin Cemetery.WA 10th Light Horse Regiment Memorial was custom designed by our team. The horse is made from Corten steel standing 3.5 meters high. The Horse is mounted upon a granite outcrop for maximum effect, where it is silhouetted against the rising sun. The sculpture is layered and embossed to add realism and detail. The layering process involved the welding together of multiple laser-cut sections of 6mm Corten steel plate. The memorial horse silhouette is a scalable vector so can be manufactured to any size, meeting requirements such as budget. The horse still has the wow factor at any size, allowing light to shine through. Remembrance Parks in Melbourne purchased the memorial horse at 1 meter high with fewer embossing details – meeting their requirements and budget. On November 24, 1929, the State Governor of Western Australia, Sir William Campion, gave its ceremonial unveiling. Nearly 4,000 Australians sacrificed their lives in World War II, and their names are engraved on bronze plaques attached to the undercroft’s outside walls. Here are also listed the names of the victims of later wars. The Roll of Honour, which consists of marble tablets with the names of all Western Australian military members who died in the Boer War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, or Vietnam, is located underneath the Cenotaph. The flags of the 1st and 2nd, 11th, 16th, 28th, and 44th Infantry Battalions, as well as the 10th Light Horse Regiment, are displayed in glass cases. Anzac & Kondinin headstones Forever Shining provides a huge range of headstones that we supply all over Australia and in Kondinin Cemetary, Shire of Kondinin.