There is not a central focal point when it comes to locating many of the WW1 memorabilia in the Kiama District. They are found in halls, churches and other buildings spread throughout the district.

This is a collection of what the library has available.

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Kiama Presbyterian Church | Kiama Anglican Church | Kiama Uniting Church | Kiama Hindmarsh Park "Lone Pine" | Gerringong Soldier's Hall | Gerringong Uniting Church | Gerringong Cemetery "Lone Pine" | Jamberoo Uniting Church

 

Kiama Presbyterian Church

Located on the corner of Terralong Street and Shoalhaven Street.

 

 

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Kiama Anglican Church

Located at the eastern end of Terralong Street opposite Storm Bay.

This commemorative stone is found at the base of the church tower. (Bottom left hand side)

The stone reads "Soldier's Memorial Tower 1914 - 1918"

 

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Kiama Uniting Church

Located on the corner of Manning and Bong Bong Street.

Thanks to Reverend Rob Buchan for taking these images and donating them to the library.

 

 

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Kiama Hindmarsh Park "Lone Pine"

Located just north of Kiama Memorial Arch.

"This tree has been grown from the original tree formally known as the Lone Pine where the original ANZACs fought the Turks in the 1915 battle of Gallipoli. The tree is in the memory of the men who died on the battlefield of World War 1."

(Inscription on plaque)

 

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Gerringong Soldier's Hall

Located on the corner of Fern Street and Belinda Sreet, Gerringong.

More information about the original image of the Gerringong Honour Roll, found in these images,

 

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Gerringong Uniting Church

Located on Fern Street Gerringong

More can be found out about Wallace John Sharpe.

 

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Gerringong Cemetery "Lone Pine"

Located just north of Gerringong Cemetery

Inscription on plaque

Centenary of ANZAC
25th April 2015

This plaque was unveiled to commemorate those young Australian & New Zealand troops who stormed the beaches of the Gallipoli peninsula one hundred years ago today.

Those that offered and those who gave their lives should be forever honoured by our nation

LEST WE FORGET

Erected by the Gerringong RSL Sub Branch

The "Story of the Lone Pine" is available to read.

 

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Jamberoo Uniting Church

Located on the corner of Whyalla Street and Macquarie Street, Jamberoo

Thanks to Reverend Rob Buchan for taking these images and donating them to the library.

Names found on the honour roll, can be investigated further.

 

 

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