Teague Street

Teague Street, Victoria Park is named in honour of Captain Harold Oscar Teague M.B.B.S* (1877-1917). Harold was a well-known and beloved local doctor, and was also the Health Officer of Victoria Park. Harold served in the Australian Army Medical Corps, Australian Imperial Force from 1 May 1915. In December 1916 he was assigned as Medical Officer to the 11th AIF Battalion. On 14 February 1917 he was Killed in Action in the trenches in France.

Read more about the life and legacy of Harold in his entry in the:

Victoria Park Dictionary of Biography


  • Teague Street (sign), Victoria Park.
  • Harold Oscar Teague, MBBS, Medical Officer, Municipality of Victoria Park, Councillors photographic board, circa 1915-1916.
Teague Street, Victoria Park

Former name: Walton Road
Official date of naming as Teague Street: 6 September 1918
Naming method: Approved by the Governor of Western Australia in Executive Council, corr. 816/18, under Section 7 of the Land Act, 1898. Published in the Government Gazette of Western Australia, no. 38, 6 September 1918, p. 1272.
Read the Government Gazette, 6 September 1918, p. 1272