Mandurah, south of Perth on the Indian Ocean coast, built this new war memorial in 2004. The white pillars are stone from the Pilbara, in the north of the state.
Far more Australian soldiers have died in combat abroad than at home. As the pillars rise up out of the soil and then descend into the water, they echo the thousands of men - and now women too - who have gone abroad to fight.
The memorial is aligned so that it faces directly into the rising sun at dawn on ANZAC Day.
This clip is featured on my blog, along with more photos of the memorial.