Family and education
Arnott was the great-grandson of William Arnott, who founded Arnott's Biscuits. His father, Henry Dixon Arnott, was a barrister and President of the Royal Aero Club of New South Wales. He was born in Sydney and attended Cranbrook School and the University of Sydney where he graduated as a Bachelor of Science in 1945. Arnott married Simone Emile Pirenne in 1965 and had two children: Adrienne Davina Pirenne Arnott (born in 1969); and Robert Axel Pirenne Arnott (born in 1970).
- Bob Arnott's obituary
- Mention of Bob Arnott's death
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- Arnott, Robert (1998), Seventy-five seasons : the Ski Club of Australia, Allen & Unwin, ISBN 978-1-86448-665-0
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