The NSW War Memorials Register is a database of war memorials in New South Wales. It currently holds more than 3,000 war memorial records, and more than 200,000 veteran records. The Register enables communities to record accurate information about war memorials, provides best practice information about war memorial conservation, and connects memorials and veterans to sustain NSW military and commemorative history.
The NSW Government is committed to documenting each memorial and veteran with care and respect. This can only be accomplished with contributions from local communities, local councils, RSL sub-Branches, schools and our sponsors. Anyone can contribute to the Register and we encourage you to read more about how you can add or update records.
The NSW War Memorials Register shares its content with Places of Pride, the Australian War Memorial’s national register of war memorials. Unless otherwise stated, the Register’s content is licensed under the Creative Commons 4.0+ Attribution and is free for reuse.
The Register is hosted and maintained by the NSW Office for Veterans Affairs and the State Library of New South Wales.
The purpose of the NSW War Memorials Register is to:
The NSW War Memorials Register was launched by the Premier and the President of the Returned and Services League of New South Wales (RSL NSW) on 22 April 2002, as a joint initiative.
The NSW War Memorials Register relies on community contribution to gather its content. The majority of the content published on the Register has been contributed by members of the public and other community organisations. While processes are in place to moderate and publish well-researched and factually accurate information to the best of our ability, the Register Team cannot always guarantee the accuracy and currency of content on this website. The Register aims to document memorials in their current state and we cannot comprehensively capture all changes to a memorial over time, or provide information about all historic versions of a memorial prior to a refurbishment or redesign. Furthermore, the Register does not include a comprehensive record of previous inscriptions, plaques, or lists of veterans previously inscribed on a memorial.
If you have discovered content on this website which you believe is inaccurate, please notify us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have identified a memorial listing that is out-of-date, please consider submitting relevant new information and photographs to the Register. Learn more on how you can contribute.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are advised that this site contains names and images of deceased people.
Policy last reviewed: 30 September 2021.
Unless otherwise stated, all content on the NSW War Memorial Register is licensed under the Creative Commons 4.0+ Attribution and is free for reuse, under these terms.
Any content that is contributed to the Register website may be republished on other websites or in publications. This can be done without any notice given to you or to the Register.
If you reuse content from the Register website, please acknowledge the NSW War Memorials Register as the source of the content. When reusing photographs, please also acknowledge the original photographer. If known, the photographer’s name will appear in the caption on the photo.
The NSW War Memorials Register does not enforce Creative Commons and cannot verify if users of content are adhering to the licensing terms.
Once your content is published by the Register Team, it enters the public domain. This includes but is not limited to photographs, text, and documents. Content will not be removed from the Register, except in extraordinary circumstances.