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Photographs supplied by Arthur Garland

A rotunda commemorates Australia`s military and police forces who have served in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations.

Location

Address:Thompson & Bourke Streets, Albert Park, Cootamundra, 2590
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.637391
Long: 148.029806
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Culture
Sub-Theme:Community

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Friday 7th November, 2014
Front Inscription

 

 

Left Side Inscription

     Cootamundra Recognises
Australia`s Military and Police Forces
         Who have served
                     in
Peacekeeping & Humanitarian Operations
                     in 
Afghanistan - Bougainville - Burma - Cambodia
Congo - Cyprus - Eritrea - Ethopia - Fiji - Guatemala
Gulf of Oman - Haiti - India - Indonesia - Iran - Iraq 
Israel - Japan - Kashmir - Korea - Kosovo - Kurdistan
lebanon - Malaysia - Middle East - Mozambique
Namibia - Persian Gulf - Philippines - Red Sea - Rwanda
Samoa - Sierra Leone - Sahara - Somalia - Sinai - Sudan
Syria - Solomon Islands - Thailand - Timor Leste
Tonga - Tuvalu - Uganda - Vanuatu - Vietnam
Yemen - Yugoslavia - Zimbabwe

Thanks to our sponsors
NSW Government - Community Building Partnership
Rotary District 9700
Mr. Hugo Harpley B Architecture UNSW (Hons)
Australian Government - Saluting their Service
Commemorations Program
Soroptimist International Cootamundra
Cootamundra APEX Club

Right Side Inscription

This Peace Pavilion Recognises
The Declaration of
The Shire Of Cootamundra
As A Rotary District 9700 Peace Community

7 November 2014 by the
Mayor of Cootamundra Shire
Councillor Jim Slattery
Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cootamundra

Rotary D9700 Peace Community Principles :
RESPECT for the life and dignity of every person, without discrimination or prejudice
REJECTION of violence, in all of its forms and towards all people
RESOLUTION of conflict among people within locala and global communities
RECONCILIATION of differences and the pursuit of harmony
FREEDOM of expression and culture diversity

Peace Pavilion opened by
     His Excellency
General The Honourable David Hurley
    AC DSC (Retd)
Governor of New South Wales

   7 November 2014

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