May 5, 2022

Hunters Hill Historical Society and Hunters Hill RSL Sub-Branch have published a new series of booklets to capture and share snapshots of our local area’s military history.

The three-part publication is titled ‘Hunters Hill Remembers’.

Part one, subtitled ‘Supreme Sacrifices’ examines the contributions of Hunters Hill citizens who volunteered and served through historical wars.

Part two, subtitled ‘Lest We Forget’ documents the memorials in our local government area.

Part three, subtitled ‘People and Places’ examines involvement from locals and locations in Hunters Hill that were utilised during wartime.

The booklets were compiled and edited by Chris Schofield and Rod Stewart on behalf of the two organisations.

The publication was funded through a Federal Government grant.

Booklets are available from Hunters Hill Museum at 22 Alexandra Street, next to Town Hall.

The Museum is open Monday to Friday, from 10am to 12pm and can also be reached via

Alternatively, phone Council on 9879 9419.

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Hunter’s Hill Council

22 Alexandra Street, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
PO Box 21, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
Tel: (02) 9879 9400
ABN: 75 570 316 011