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A sculpture commemorates the contribution made by British and Maltese girls and boys who left their country to find a new life in Western Australia.
The life-size bronze statue of a young boy and girl carrying all their worldly possessions in a small suitcase apiece serves as a perpetual reminder of the experiences of nearly 3,000 unaccompanied children who were shipped to Western Australia from Britain and Malta over a period spanning more than 50 years. The memorial to honour the memory, and the contribution to Western Australian society and history, of former child migrants was launched on Human Rights Day (10 December) 2004 by the West Australian Minister for Community Development, the Honourable Sheila McHale.
Location : Slip Street, Victoria Quay, Western Australian Maritime Museum, Fremantle, 6160. WA, Australia.
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