The most prominent monument in Kew is the Kew War Memorial, opened in 1925 to commemorate the citizens of Kew who served in the Great War. Other memorials include private memorials such as the Springthorpe Memorial (right) in the Boroondara General Cemetery.
Articles by members of the Society about monuments & memorials include:
War Memorials in Kew
There are a number of memorials in Kew listing those who fought and or died during the First and Second World War. John Torpey has viewed, photographed and written about each of these.
Read more … Kew War Memorials & Honour Rolls (PDF, 7.4Mb)
Monuments & Memorials in Kew Historical Society Newsletters
In Memoriam – Newsletter 123, June 2018, pp 7&8