Avenues of Honour is a national project to document, preserve, promote and reinstate the original Avenues of Honour and to establish new commemorative trees, coinciding with the Centenary of ANZAC, the Gallipoli Landings, World War I and through to November 11th 2018 and beyond.


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Avenues of Honour – A Term to Embrace ALL Living Memorials

The term “Avenues of Honour” immediately conjures a precise image in the mind, of a double-row of sentinel trees, lining either side of a roadway, a street, or a path in a park or garden.

It must be noted the Avenues of Honour project uses the term more broadly, to record details about ALL commemorative trees, be they a solitary specimen (as in a ‘Lone Pine’ planting or the “War Memorial Oak”); or arranged as a single-sided row; or planted as a copse or memorial grove of trees.

Whatever aspect or arrangement they have secured in the landscape, these living memorials signify a common purpose for honouring the lives, the service, the sacrifice and the suffering.


Find an Avenue of Honour


  • Cobram

    The Cobram was established 1949 to commemorate WW2. This is located Market Street and Hay Ave Cobram, in Victoria Australia. FURTHER DETAILS

  • Hurstbridge

    The Hurstbridge was established 1918 to commemorate WW1. This is located Anzac Ave Hurstbridge, in Victoria Australia. FURTHER DETAILS

  • Yarrawonga (3)

    The Yarrawonga (3) was established to commemorate . This is located Dunlop Streetand Pinniger St Yarrawonga, in Victoria Australia. FURTHER DETAILS

  • Watsonville

    The Watsonville was established 1916 to commemorate WW1. This is located Watsonville, in Queensland Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Tree guards. TREE SPECIES Mango (Mangifera indica)

  • Tuggerah Avenue of Honour

    The Tuggerah Avenue of Honour was established 26/08/1916 to commemorate WW1. This Avenue of Honour is located Anzac Road Tuggerah, in New South Wales Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Road leading to Read more [...]

  • Linton Avenue of Honour

    The Linton Avenue of Honour was established 1920 to commemorate WW1. This Avenue of Honour is located Denison St Linton, in Victoria Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Double row of trees. TREE SPECIES Read more [...]

  • Armadale

    The Armadale was established 1921 to commemorate WW1. This is located Jull Street Armadale, in Western Australia Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Soldiers Memorial Park leading to park centre. TREE Read more [...]

  • Eumundi War Memorial Trees

    On October 6, 1917, the Eumundi Women’s Recruiting Committee planted six Queensland figs along Main Street (now Memorial Drive) and Gridley Street, and with relatives of the fallen they would add anoth Read more [...]