Their names form long lists on the rough hewn granite obelisk that is Canungra’s cenotaph – 135 young people who, in answering the clarion call for King and Country joined the ranks of the lost generation of the Great War.
The Canungra Answered the Call Centenary of ANZAC Project aims to provide a fresh insight into the lives of those young people, who for so long have been just names on a memorial, and to really see them, if for the first time.
Read more about the memorial here.
It can be easy to forget that each name on the roll of honour represents a life, sometimes a life not fully lived. On this website, we remember them all. Lest we forget.