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Addresses

At 245 Tingal Road, Wynnum, Queensland 4178

Type of place

Monument / memorial

Period

Interwar 1919-1939

This is an image of the local heritage place known as Pamphlett Memorial

Pamphlett Memorial

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Addresses

At 245 Tingal Road, Wynnum, Queensland 4178

Type of place

Monument / memorial

Period

Interwar 1919-1939

The Pamphlett Memorial is a metal plaque on a large rock located on 245 Tingal Road, Wynnum, in the garden of the Shire Clerk’s Cottage, near Wynnum’s commercial area.

The memorial references three ticket-of-leave convicts credited with showing Oxley what is now the Brisbane River. The memorial was installed by the Wynnum Manly and Districts Historical Society in conjunction with Brisbane City Council and was officially opened by Lord Mayor Jim Soorley on 6 June 1993. The choice of location was made as Tingal Road is believed to follow the approximate line that the three ex-convicts traversed through the area.

Lot plan

L69_W4212

Geolocation

-27.441264 153.168728

Key dates

Local Heritage Place Since —

Interactive mapping

City Plan Interactive Mapping

Lot plan

L69_W4212

Geolocation

-27.441264 153.168728

Key dates

Local Heritage Place Since —

Interactive mapping

City Plan Interactive Mapping


Information prepared by — Brisbane City Council (page revised September 2022)

Interwar 1919-1939
Monument / memorial
At 245 Tingal Road, Wynnum, Queensland 4178
At 245 Tingal Road, Wynnum, Queensland 4178 L69_W4212