The Bali Memorial in Melbourne commemorates the 202 victims of the 2002 Bali bombings in Kuta, among whom were 88 Australians, including 22 Victorians. The Memorial features a low concrete platform with 2 rectangular pools, housing fountains with 88 water jets representing the Australian victims. There are 202 lights for all the victims. A plaque on the eastern side of the memorial lists the names of the Australians who lost their lives.
Carlton VIC 3053, Australia
Nearest Transit: Flagstaff (Line: City Loop)
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