Bauer and Wiles Memorial Fountain

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area

Australia's only outbreak of the pneumonic plague was in Maryborough in 1905. This fountain, situated to the Lennox Street side of City Hall, is a memorial to the two Nurses Cecilia Bauer and Rose Wiles who courageously volunteered to nurse victims of the plague. Whilst looking after their patients both nurses fell ill and died from the deadly disease.

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Lennox Street
Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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