To commemorate the centenary of World War 1, Wollongong City Libraries will develop an innovative online resource – Illawarra Remembers 1914-1918 – which will include information and photographs that tell the stories of the Illawarra’s brave men and women who went to war. We need your help.
There are a number of Honour Rolls and Memorials across the Illawarra which commemorate the men and women involved in the war. Below are photographs of the Roll of Honour at Helensburgh Workers’ Club and the Roll of Honour at Thirroul Public School  (NB. The rolls and memorials may have changed location since the time the
Helesburgh Workers’ Club
To commemorate the members who made the supreme sacrifice for their country in World Wars 1 and 2.
Ford T. (Paddy)
FOR KING AND COUNTRY
Thirroul Public School
BEST, Robert S
If anyone has any information about the names on this Honour Roll (or any other), please let us know either through the contact page, in person at Wollongong Reference Library or by calling the Reference Library on (02) 4227 7414.
 Compiled by Illawarra Family History Group Inc, Illawarra Remembers: War Memorials of the Illawarra, Printed by University of Wollongong Printery, Wollongong NSW, August 1995.