Thousands of Honour Avenue plaques sit poignantly against a backdrop of eucalypt trees in Kings Park, Western Australia. Each bears details of service personnel who died due to war service and were either buried overseas or have no known grave in Western Australia. Most of the names listed on the Honour Avenue plaques are also represented on the State War Memorial, also located in Kings Park.

An online database of the plaques has been made available to provide a representation of the information and aims to assist members of the public to locate specific dedication plaques. Photographs of each plaque are included on the database, in addition to a location map and opportunities for further research through service numbers. Visitors can see the individual plaques in situ using 'Street View' or find their way using Google maps when planning a visit to Kings Park.

To search for a person, enter text in the search field such as surname, first name, service number or plaque number. Additional search tools are available to narrow your search, including avenue, rank, unit and cause of death. Tips and Disclaimers will help with your search and results.


1923 records found

Plaque number Rank Name Service number Unit Cause of death Date of death
M689 PTE You, Charles Service number: 4632 Unit: 11 Bn KIAKilled in Action on 22 Jul 1916
L190B PTE Young, William Service number: WX5129 Unit: 2/28 Bn KIAKilled in Action on 18 Jul 1942
L412 LT Zeck, Charles Service number: WX12545 Unit: 2/43 Bn KIAKilled in Action on 3 Oct 1943