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Jamberoo Memorial Arch commemorates those who have served in World Wars One and Two.

The marble Honour Rolls were originally part of the original Jamberoo School of Arts which was demolished when the new hall was constructed in 2008. The entrance gates to the new hall incorporate the honour rolls. 

WAR MEMORIAL AT JAMBEROO.  As a memorial to townsmen who fell in the late war the residents of Jamberoo, on the South Coast, have erected an archway in front of the School of Arts there. George Fuller unveiled the memorial on Wednesday. The ceremony was preslded over by Alderman J. E. Noble, and those present included Mr. Hector Lamond, M,P. It was announced that the whole of the cost of the archway had been subscribed, and it was unveiled free from debt. Sir George Fuller, in a short speech, referred to the fine record of servlce in the war that stood to the credit of the people of Jamberoo.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), 19 February 1921.


Address:Jamberoo Road, Jamberoo School of Arts, Jamberoo, 2533
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.648503
Long: 150.776819
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Conflict
Monument Designer:Robert Simpson (Simpson Dawbin Architects)
Monument Manufacturer:Paul O`Keefe


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 3rd August, 2008
Left Side Inscription

In Memory Of
Those From Jamberoo
Who Served In World War II
1939 - 1945

[ Names ]

In Memory Of
Those Who Made
The Supreme
Sacrifice In
World War
1939 - 1945

[ Names ]

Right Side Inscription


ERECTED, A. D. 1920.
By Residents Of Jamberoo District
In Memory Of Their Fellows
Who Served The Empire In The Great War.

Source: MA, AMISA
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