The Australian Nurses War Memorial Chapel, Little Bay

Prince Henry Hospital Nurses War Memorial Chapel, interior

This memorial church is an 'A'-frame-style building, featuring a stained glass window. Also known as The Coast Chapel, Little Bay, it has a seating capacity of 80.

There is an honour roll for nurses who served in the First World War who were trained at the Prince Henry Hospital in the Prince Henry Hospital Museum memorial room.


To the glory of God

The Coast Chapel was erected through the efforts of the Prince Henry Hospital Trained Nurses Association and its friends, and presented to the hospital on 11th November 1967, as a tribute to the service and self sacrifice of Australian nurses in time of war, and as a place of worship for all.

They deserve to be remembered.

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50 Pine Avenue
Little Bay NSW 2036
Local Government Area
  • Randwick, City of
  • Building – inside
Location status
Original location
Memorial type
  • Building
Recorded by
Prince Henry Hospital Trained Nurses Association
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Dedication date
11 November 1967
  • First World War, 1914–18
  • Brick
  • Glass
  • Timber