Preserving Our Diggers History


Friday, July 7th, 2017

Wildara specialises in delivering and project managing offshore infrastructure to Government clients and is currently delivering a project in Kanchanaburi, Thailand for the Australian Department of Veterans’ Affairs.

The project involves the design, contractor procurement and project and building management for the construction of a workshop facility for the maintenance of the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum.

The Hellfire Pass Museum, funded by the Australian Government, serves as a memorial to honour all who suffered and died under severe circumstances as prisoners of war at the hands of the Imperial Japanese Army throughout the construction of the Burma-Thailand Railway during World War II, as well as a testament to those who survived and carry the burden of the suffering.

Tourism in the Kanchanaburi Provence area is one of the major sources of income for the local economy; the need to maintain infrastructure to preserve the historical significance of the area is paramount.

Wildara is proud to deliver a fit-for-purpose workshop and associated infrastructure for the Memorials’ staff and visitors, contributing to the Hellfire Pass legacy and preserving Australian history.

Recent Projects

  • Shortland Bakehouse Social Space

    An inclusive and accessible campus space for all to enjoy.

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  • Family and Community Services Offices Refurbishment

    Provision of a high quality refurbishment of Mayfield, Charlestown and Tamworth offices to create a supportive and productive environment for FACS Staff.

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  • Hellfire Pass Access Road

    The Hellfire Pass Access Road Project represented an investment by the Australian Government to deliver fit-for-purpose road infrastructure to enhance the functionality of the Existing Hellfire Pass Museum.

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  • Hellfire Pass Workshop

    The Hellfire Pass Workshop provides a facility for the maintenance and operation of the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum.

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  • Lombrum Wharf Upgrade

    Providing the Papua New Guinea and Australian Defence Forces with Australian Standard infrastructure improving operational collaboration and Naval capability between the two nations.

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  • Lae War Cemetery Pedestal Replacement

    The Lae War Cemetery was established in 1944 by the Australian Army Graves Service containing the graves of men who lost their lives during the New Guinea Campaign in World War II.

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