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Rue de la Basse Ville, Fromelles, France
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Fromelles marks the entrance of Australians into the action on the western front. It was a baptism of fire, with horrendous casualties. Many bodies were interred in mass graves. This new cemetery was built in the last decade and reinterred bodies of soldiers from a...More

Thank TWal1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Next to the Battle Museum and well worth visiting along with a walk out to the German bunker and Australian Memorial. Make sure you have the booklet that explains it all.

Thank Pamf1962
Reviewed 17 January 2018

For the most under prepared Australian Division (5th) they were given the honour (or short stick) and thrown into the Battle of Fromelles July19th 2016 . My Grandfather, John Ernest , having enlisted in August 1915 went into his first battle and came out with...More

Thank Skeney57
Reviewed 7 January 2018 via mobile

A small museum, well set out with lots of information about the two day battle during the first world war. Very evocative.

Thank GabbyC893
Reviewed 5 October 2017

This is a great story, with Lambis Englezos' detective work to thank for finding the lost burial pits, governmental effort to exhume, identify and re-inter soldiers' remains, and local goodwill from the Village. Sad, as all these places are, but somehow peaceful. Also elating, in...More

Thank Georges3350
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Great historical value, especially for the Australian ( Australian Imperial Force ) WW1 history. The remains of 250 soldiers were exhumed near Pheasant Wood in Fromelles, 150 were identified, many by DNA research. In the cemetery also Aboriginal burial. Place of interest for the July...More

Thank conrad57
Reviewed 12 November 2016

The pheasant wood cemetery is a credit to the War Graves Commission for its building and continuing to bury those found who died so very long ago. It is another touching tribute to the men of Fromelles.

Thank Carol S
Reviewed 31 October 2016

We attended the Centenary event at Fromelles in July 2016, followed by Pozieres centenary a few days later. A very moving experience and both events very well organised. So glad we were able to attend. Can highly recommend a Western Front tour but NOT with...More

Thank jfrmTownsville
Reviewed 28 August 2016

The story of Pheasant Wood is one of a man's doggedness to finish a story of brave warriors and another groups desire to give remains a name. Visit and read need time to reflect in the museum afterwards.

1  Thank Patrick O
Reviewed 27 August 2016

Our guide Greg Celerse provided us with an excellent understanding of the development of the cemetery, its background and its positioning with respect to the battlefields of Fromelles. The cemetery is well presented, well maintained and strategically placed within the town, near the Pheasant Wood...More

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