Historical Markers Program

Georges River Council is pleased to announce that the 2020 Historical Markers Program is now open for nominations via Council's Your Say page.

Nominations will close on Friday 27 March 2020.

The Historical Markers Program has been developed in response to requests from the community to recognise places of historical and cultural importance. Council receives many such requests throughout the year and they will be managed through this program to ensure a consistent and accurate approach. Each year Council will fund and install up to five new historical markers. 

Georges River Council’s Historical Markers Program was launched in 2018 to highlight and recognise people and places of historical and cultural importance, as recommended by the local community. 

2019 Historical Markers

  • Collaroy House, Peakhurst – 764 Forest Road, Peakhurst
  • “Ellesmere” camp, Sans Souci - Endeavour Street Reserve, Sans Souci
  • Edmond & Elizabeth English - corner of English Street and Princes Highway, Kogarah
  • Paramount/Hoyts Cinema, Mortdale - 126 Railway Parade, Mortdale
  • William Currey VC MLA - 4 Regent Street, Kogarah (site of William Currey’s office while he was Member for Kogarah)

2018 Historical Markers

  • Sans Souci Hotel - Sans Souci Park, Sans Souci
  • Michael Gannon - Forest Road, Hurstville (near Kenwyn Street/ Croydon Road)
  • Robert Kyle - Merriman Reserve, Kyle Bay
  • Joe Anderson (King Burraga) - Ogilvy Street, Peakhurst
  • Mervyn ‘Merv’ Lynch - Penshurst Park, Penshurst

Please see Georges River Council’s Historical Markers Policy for more details.

For more information contact Council’s Cultural Services team on (02) 9330 6444 or museumgallery@georgesriver.nsw.gov.au


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