Using wartime documentation, the place identified where Private Allan Quailey had been murdered in February 1945 and suggested that it be named ‘Quailey’s Hill’ in his honour. The management of Sabah Tea Resort, on realizing the significance of the site, not only agreed but also created a memorial at rhe spot, with a granite plague outlining the circumstances of Private Quailey’s passing. The plague was jointly unveiled by the Minister of Tourism, Culture, and Environment of Sabah, Senator for South Australia, Lynette Silver and Executive Director of Sabah Tea Resort.
+ Participating in a Mini Death March Walk.
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