Research papers

AVENUES OF HONOUR 1915 – 2015 PROJECT:
CONTEMPORARY WEB-BASED TECHNOLOGIES
David Lawry OAM, Director, Avenues of Honour
Dr Darren Peacock, Sociable Technology

AVENUES OF HONOUR 1915-2015 PROGRESS REPORT
David Lawry OAM
Director, TREENET

AVENUES OF HONOUR – RESEARCH REPORT
Brisbane City Council, 2007

HALF TIME IN THE TREENET AVENUES OF HONOUR 1915-2015 PROJECT
David Lawry OAM
Director, TREENET

AVENUES OF HONOUR: LOCATION, ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF WAR MEMORIAL TREE AVENUES IN AUSTRALIA
Sarah Cockerell

DEVELOPMENT OF A STANDARD FOR AVENUES OF HONOUR DATABASE
Ben Kenyon

THE SOLDIERS MEMORIAL AVENUE, QUEENS DOMAIN.
Adrian Howard – Soldiers Walk, Hobart

TREENET AVENUES OF HONOUR 2015 PROJECT
David Lawry OAM
Director, TREENET

MEMORIAL AVENUES: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
John Dargavel

TREENET AVENUES OF HONOUR PROJECT 1915 – 2015 PROGRESS REPORT
Sarah Cockerell – Researcher
David Lawry OAM
Director, TREENET

2004 TREENET AVENUES OF HONOUR SURVEY
Sarah Cockerell – Treenet

AVENUES OF HONOUR- BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL PROGRESS
Lyndal Plant and Neridah Parke

YERONGA MEMORIAL PARK PROJECT
Andrew Ensby

From 2004 – 2012, Sarah Cockerell had been the principal researcher for TREENET on Avenues of Honour in Australia.  Much of this has been voluntary or undertaken as a component of her PhD studies on the topic.

Through her research and an initial, national survey, Sarah identified an preliminary total of 567 avenues:
2 in the ACT, 67 in NSW, 52 in Qld, 38 in SA, 69 in Tas, 312 in Vic and 27 in WA.

Her work has provided the basis for TREENET’s comprehensive summary of the history and state of  Australia’s living memorials.

8 thoughts on “Research papers

    1. Avenues of Honour Post author

      Hi Frank, they are all active now. The last one is awaiting an updated version of the document which should be there next week. Apologies for the inconvenience and thanks for your interest.

      AOH team

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  1. michael taffe

    Interesting to note that my thesis from University of Melbourne ‘Victoria’s Avenues of Honour to the Great War lost to the landscape’ is not listed. I remember speaking with Sarah over my findings several years ago. Despite being a minor thesis (BA Hons) I list some 110 of these avenues including that at Drummond. Since then in completing my MA and now preparing for my Phd this number has grown to over 200.
    Michael Taffe

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    1. Sarah Cockerell

      I remember talking to you as well, and I apologise for the omission of your work. This website is still very new and we have not added everything we should have yet – yours is not the only work we need to include and the last thing we want to do is fail to acknowledge the contributions of researchers such as yourself. I will definitely make sure your work is listed in the next few days and I would be delighted to hear about any other research you have been involved in.
      Regards, Sarah Cockerell

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      1. Michael Taffe

        Thanks Sarah,
        I have recently been looking at the Mt Lofty Avenue again but have had other obligations outside the avenues to deal with. I thought the Garden History Society may have added my paper on the Avenues from the 2013 National Conference but it seems not to be the case.

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  2. Anne Sanders

    I have tried the links to all of the listed research papers above and none appear to be working. Please advise.

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    1. editor

      Hi Anne,
      Thanks for your query.
      I’ve created a temporary fix so that when you click on each of the links, you are cast into the Proceedings Archive of our TREENET Symposium site – where you need to scan the listings to locate the relevant material. In most cases there is a downloadable PDF file – in some cases there’s a High Definition accompanying video presentation – last year’s (2013) AoH presentation an absolute cracker.
      When I’m back in the office I’ll have a play so that visitors such as yourself can select the PDF document or Video and be directed straight to the file, rather than this two-step route.
      Thanks ever so much for the prompt.
      If either David or myself can be of further assistance, we’d love to have more of a conversation.
      Cheers,
      Glenn
      (on behalf of the AoH Team)

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