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The NSW War Memorials Register is undergoing essential maintenance and system upgrades. Submissions about war memorials and veterans are not being accepted at this time. Read more here. We apologise for the inconvenience.


Thank you for your interest in the NSW War Memorials Register.

The Register is maintained by the NSW Office for Veterans Affairs (OVA). You can contact us by email or phone with questions about contributing a war memorial to the Register. We are open Monday to Friday, during regular business hours. Before contacting us, please refer to the below section 'What we can and cannot help with'. 


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For technical issues or website enquiries, please contact us via email.

Please note, we are unable to accept memorial or veteran submissions via post. You can read about how to submit a new record to the Register, or how to update an existing record, on our How can I contribute? and Frequently Asked Questions pages. 

What we can and cannot help with



  • Booking functions at war memorial venues. The Register is a database and does not own, maintain, or hold any responsibility for the operations of any of the war memorial venues listed on the Register, such as halls or buildings. For enquiries such as function bookings, opening hours, exhibitions, or visitor access, please contact the owner or manager of the relevant venue directly. Owners or managers of war memorials are often local councils, RSL sub-Branches, committees, or property owners. We do not hold a list of contact details of owners and managers. 
  • Researching family members or individual veterans. A list of resources to assist you to conduct research is available on our Researching war memorials and veterans page. 

Commemoration in NSW

War memorials hold unique significance to their communities. There are more than 3,000 war memorials in NSW. Together they represent a significant heritage resource of national importance, linking millions of Australians together through tradition and remembrance.

To find out more about commemoration in NSW or commemorative services at your local memorial, visit the NSW Office for Veterans Affairs Commemoration page or contact OVA directly via the NSW Office for Veterans Affairs contact page.