Historical information

The original idea to create a monument was conceived by William Cameron. The monument was first constructed of cement block tiles and was a memorial to all those who served in WW1. Later gates were added to the precinct in memory of those who served in WW2. Restoration of the Memorial took place in 1995, with the original tiles being replaced by replaced by re-inforced concrete.


Mt Macedon Memorial Cross is a significant War Memorial in the district.
ANZAC Day dawn service is held at the Mt Macedon Cross, it is an impressive setting.

Physical description

Glazed precast cement block coloured to resemble sandstone, mounted on wooden stand.
Centre front is a metal plate inscribed : Mt Macedon War Memorial Cross.

Inscriptions & markings

On the back of the stand is a printed description of the construction history of the Mt Macedon Memorial Cross.
No 77, on white sticker ( previous cataloguing number)