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The Community War Memorials Fund (CWMF) was created to help conserve, repair and protect war memorials across NSW.

Location: New South Wales

Who Can Apply:

  • Government
  • Non-Government
  • Education
  • Health
  • Community Groups
  • Sporting Clubs
  • Businesses
  • Individual

Amount: $10,000

Examples of eligible expenditure include:

  • Obtaining heritage specialist advice for a war memorial, for example a condition assessment report, a Conservation Management Plan, or arborist advice for war memorial trees.
  • Physical conservation works to a war memorial including restoration, repair, maintenance, and preservation, for example regilding inscriptions, treating metal corrosion, repairing damaged elements, specialist masonry cleaning, repainting the exterior of a war memorial hall or repointing mortar joints.
  • Work to improve the accessibility of war memorials, for example access ramps (maximum $2,000 excl. GST).
  • Relocation of war memorials for public safety, where expert recommendations have been provided. Note: a war memorial should be preserved in its original location if possible and relocation should be a strategy of last resort, where imminent threats cannot be otherwise controlled.

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