Memorial garden dedicated to animals who have served Australian defence forces opened at Cronulla RSL memorial Club

Murray Trembath
Updated September 19 2022 - 7:22pm, first published August 30 2022 - 12:00pm
Cronulla RSL's chief executive Sue McNeil, Sutherland Shire mayor Carmelo Pesce and retired war dog Manic at the official opening of the memorial garden. Picture supplied
Cronulla RSL's chief executive Sue McNeil, Sutherland Shire mayor Carmelo Pesce and retired war dog Manic at the official opening of the memorial garden. Picture supplied

Retired war dog Manic was an honoured guest at the official opening of Cronulla RSL's new memorial garden dedicated to animals who have served Australia's military forces during war and peace.

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Murray Trembath

Murray Trembath

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St George and Sutherland Shire Leader reporter covering politics, urban affairs, council, development and general community news. Email: mtrembath@theleader.com.au

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