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War Memorial Oak

Australia’s War Memorial Oak (Quercus robur), the very first known WW1 commemorative tree to be planted by any of the allied nations, anywhere in the

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Gallipoli Rosemary

In 1915 a wounded digger from Adelaide was repatriated to the Army Hospital at Keswick. He brought back with him a small rosemary bush dug

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Gallipoli Oak

Small prickly oak trees, known in Australia as Gallipoli Oaks, grow along the ridges and valleys of the Gallipoli peninsula. Acorns were collected by several soldiers during

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