Courtney's and Steel's Post Cemetery

Courtney's and Steel's Post Cemetery

COURTNEY'S AND STEEL'S POST CEMETERY (225 burials) and QUINN'S POST CEMETERY (473 burials) are named after three Australian infantry officers, Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Courtney, Major Thomas Steel and Captain Hugh Quinn. The posts in question were scrub covered recesses in the gully wall occupied by the Anzacs on the first day of the invasion and held throughout the campaign.

For more information, go to the Commonwealth War Graves website:

Courtney's and Steel's Post Cemetery (external link)