The Geelong Peace Memorial was built to commemorate the soldiers who served in World War One, and continues this role with the addition of names of service men and woman who served in every war since the Great War.
The memorial features the names of approximately 3,500 personnel who enlisted from the Geelong region and served in World Wars One and Two.
The building also contains a number of honour rolls which commemorate the Korean, Malaya, Borneo, Vietnam and Iraq conflicts, United Nations operations, Medical officers, Nursing services, and Prisoners of War.
The foyer was officially opened on 31 October 1926, by the Governor of Victoria, Lord Somers.
Open to the public from 1:00pm to 4:00pm every fourth Sunday of the month.
Private or group bookings can be prearranged by contacting the Geelong RSL.