New Zealand's geographical location is far from the main continent, so the flames of war have not burned to this pure land. But they can't escape the influence of war, especially as a Commonwealth country, war is inevitable.
New Zealand participated in some wars under the British or Commonwealth name. Some soldiers came from the surrounding area of Macana. This was established by local residents to commemorate the expeditionary soldiers at that time. In fact, there are many similar military monuments in New Zealand.
The war memorial here can be regarded as a symbol of the memory of the dead in the hearts of the locals. The symbolic meaning is relatively large, and it is not very interesting in itself.