Memorial Garden reviews
Such a peaceful garden and the shell of the cafe where Australia’s worst massacre took place in the year 2000. I couldn’t help but think about all the people that would have been eating at the... more »
It was shocking to see on the news the day it happened. More loss of life in a place that had already seen its fare share of horror. The memorial garden is lovingly done to commemorate those lost in..... more »
I think what I like most about this memorial is its subtlety, its reverence and the peaceful and reflective nature of it. You could easily spend a day at Port Arthur and miss it, I assume by design, but it is worth a look, to read the names of those lost and to see inside the shell of the cafe where it all happened. You leave with a deeper sadness than you arrive, that is for certain.
We must remember those who lost their lives and those who risked their own lives
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