John McDouall Stuart Memorials
There are many constructed monuments, statues, markers and graves affiliated with Stuart, his expeditions, and his Companions. Some of these are listed below.
- Statue of John McDouall Stuart, Victoria Square, Adelaide. Site of the annual Remembrance Ceremony.
- Memorial at Carclew, North Adelaide – Plaque in original garden wall of James Chambers residence, from where the final expedition departed.
- Memorial at Old Post Office, Burra – Plaque at site of telegraph station where Stuart confirmed the success of his successful south-north Expedition. This site was formerly known as Kooringal.
- Kekwick’s grave and inscribed headstone in the Blinman cemetery.
- Memorial at Moolooloo Station, Flinders Ranges – Stone memorial at Chambers’ head station.
- Stuart Highway, Coober Pedy, where the Stuart Highway crosses Stuart’s tracks – Monument.
- Cairn plaque at Curdimurka on the Oodnadatta Track, recognising nearby Stuart Creek.
- Memorial at Alice Springs – a stone memorial in the old hospital grounds.
- Central Mt Stuart, on the Stuart Highway, near Barrow Creek – Monument
- Daly Waters – the “S” Tree tree is fenced off and interpreted.
- Attack Creek – Monument.
- Point Stuart – Monument.
- The Eye of the Explorer in Bicentennial Park, Darwin – Monument.
- Raintree Park, Smith Street, Darwin – Statue.
- Grave of John McDouall Stuart, at Kensal Green Cemetery, London. The grave number is 19834, located at Section 9, Row 15 (path side), near the main gates.
- Grave of John Billiatt. Billiatt’s grave was a restoration project of the Society, completed in 2003. The grave is located at St Michael The Archangel Church, West Hill, Ottery St Mary, Devon, England.
- Plaque on the wall of Stuart’s birthplace in Dysart, Scotland. Museum – memorabilia and interpretation. Open from Thursday to Sunday, 1-5 p.m.