Vale Rosie Death, Obituary – It is essential that people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander are made aware that this item contains a photograph of a friend or loved one who has passed away in the past. The photograph may be of someone who was close to the person who passed away. We are all in a state of sadness as a result of the tragic news that Aunty Rosie, a well-known and much-loved member of the Kings Cross community, died away the other night.

Aunty Rosie was well-liked by the residents of the Kings Cross neighborhood and was a familiar face at Wayside for a considerable amount of time. She lived in the neighborhood for a lot of years. In addition to that, she devoted a significant portion of her time there to volunteer work. A memorial that was erected in honor of Aunty Rosie can be found at the Wayside Chapel, which is located at 29 Hughes Street in Potts Point. The address for the chapel is also 29 Hughes Street.

You may go into the chapel by going through the cafĂ© that’s located on the ground floor. Everyone who wishes to pay their respects to the departed by paying a visit to the monument, writing in the guest book, or laying a wreath or flower arrangement on the altar is more than welcome to do so. The memorial is located in the same location as the deceased person’s home. If we come across any fresh information on the memorial service, you can rest assured that we will communicate it to you as soon as it is made available to us. This photograph of Aunty Rosie was taken by Paul Westlake and can be seen in the book Stories from the Wayside. Paul Westlake is credited as the photographer.