Quick Facts

Established

   

1923

Legatees

   

70

Widows

   

890

Contact Details

Hobart Legacy

Legacy House, 159 Macquarie Street, Hobart TAS 7000

Phone: (03) 6234 6581

Email: admin@
legacyhobart.com.au

 

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News - Hobart Legacy

4th July- Legacy Park Opened


Plaque unveiling

The long awaited Opening of legacy Park took place today. The Minister of Veterans Affairs, Hon Guy Barnett MP spoke about the links between the Cenotaph, the Eternal Flame the Bridge of Remembrance, Soldiers Memorial Avenue and now veterans families commemorated in the name ‘Legacy Park’. Other speakers included the Lord Mayor Alderman Anna Reynolds and the Hobart Legacy President, Legatee Alec Young.


Legatees with National Chairman try out the swing

This was a special occasion for the Legacy family with Legacy widows and children attending the opening and enjoying the wood fired oven lunch to follow which included a desert of Legacy pudding. We were honoured to have the Legacy National President Legatee Rick Canna with us.


28th June - Sounds of Stage and Screen


On Friday night Hobart City Hall rocked to everyone’s favourite themes from movies, TV and musicals.

Over 300 guests enjoyed a wonderful musical evening featuring a rich repertoire of instrumental and vocal performers.

Legacy would like to thank the outstanding Australian Army Band-Tasmania and its Director of music Captain Cameron Earl. This is an annual event to raise funds for the families of deceased veterans.



19th April - Hobart Legacy lays wreath in Beirut


Legatee Peter Hodge laid a Hobart Legacy wreath in Beirut this week.

His uncle, PTE David Hodge, 2/31st Battalion was killed at the age of 22 years on 14th June, 1941 at the Battle of Jazzine and is now buried in the Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery in Beirut.

How many Australians remember the close run and expensive Australian Campaign to free Lebanon from the Vichy French and Nazi control?




9th February - Legacy Charms HMAS Choules


HMAS Choules is named after Claude Choules, photographed here with his daughter Daphne.

Daphne has been friend and mentor of Mrs Suzanne Curry (Friend of Hobart Legacy) photographed at the HMAS Choules Open Day next to Legatee Rob Jones. Suzanne’s friendly approach charmed donors.

With the additional help of L/Rob Jones and L/Peter Brettingham-Moore the fund raising team collected $1747.





     

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