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Olympic swimming pool with associated buildings, dedicated to those men and women who served in the First and Second World Wars. Also known as Port Macquarie Memorial Baths, construction cost $120,000 with the majority of funds provided by local sources and additional grant monies from the NSW State Government. The President of the local RSL Sub-Branch dedicated the pool and buildings.
PORT MACQUARIE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
To commemorate the official opening of
PORT MACQUARIE MEMORIAL BATHS
THE HONOURABLE W. DAVIS-HUGHES M.L.A.
N.S.W. Minister for Public Works
1 October 1966
W. G. Alcock (Town Clerk)
A. L. Crisp (Mayor)
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