A war memorial is a commemoration of the dead of war that has been officially dedicated to those people who have served in wars, campaigns, peace keeping missions, prisoners of war, etc.
A war memorial may be a statue, obelisk, arch, column, gate, memorial hall, cenotaph, honour roll (including names) and/ or memorial plaque.
The NSW Government has established the Community War Memorials Fund to help protect and restore war memorials across NSW.
Grants will be considered by a State War Memorials Committee, which will assess applications and announce grant recipients twice a year — around ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day.
For further information about submitting war memorials or corrections to the existing information, email: [email protected]