Melrose War Memorial

The monument erected by public subscription commemorates those who died in service or were killed in action in World War One.  A metal plaque was installed in front of the monument in 2006 with photographs and details of those who died.   After the subject had lain dormant for some time, about six weeks ago the

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RSL Memorial Park

The RSL Memorial Park gates were originally erected to commemorate those who served in World War Two. The gates were opened and dedicated in August 1946 by Mr. L. Shapley. A plaque was added to the gates at a later date to commemorate those who enlisted and served in the Vietnam War. The Melrose Soldiers’

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Historic Buildings

Mount Remarkable Hotel This hotel replaced the original pug and pine inn built by one of the early police troopers at Melrose. The two storied building has lintels of red gum and timer shingles still visible in places. It has a quaint balcony and two single story wings that form a courtyard at the rear.

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