20.  American Servicemen Memorial Gazebo 

In 1943, 27 graves were used for American servicemen who died during World War Two, and concrete crosses erected on each grave. In addition a flagpole with the American flag was erected in the site. Arrangements were made for the flag to be raised and lowered daily with the cost met by the United States Army/Navy administration. 

The cemetery staff included the American section in their daily rounds of grave maintenance. Later the Board received exhumation orders for all interred American personnel and the remains were transferred to the American War Graves section at Rookwood Cemetery in Sydney, New South Wales. The original American flag pole was presented to the Young Australia League camp at Araluen. 

In 1979 American navy personnel from the USS Enterprise dedicated the memorial gazebo erected the previous year by crew members of the American navy in honour of their fallen comrades.