WW1

Bagdad

The Bagdad was established 1918 to commemorate WW1. This is located Main Rd (now Swan St) Upper Bagdad, in Tasmania Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Tree guards. TREE SPECIES pines (Pinus spp.)

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Dysart

The Dysart was established 1918 to commemorate WW1. This is located old Main Road Dysart, in Tasmania Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Western side of road from Church Rd intersection to Clifton Vale Rd. Tree guards. TREE SPECIES Monterey Cypress (Cupre

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Bushy Park

The Bushy Park was established before 1921 to commemorate WW1. This is located Macquarie Plains Rd Bushy Park, in Tasmania Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Tree guards. TREE SPECIES Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)

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Armadale Memorial Park

The Memorial Park was established after land was purchased in 1920, specific to honour those killed in service or in action during WW1. As a dedicated ‘Fallen Solders Memorial Park Avenue of Honour’, 28 trees were planted by family and friends, on 30th July 1921 to commemorate 28 soldiers from the district. Original plaques were

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Mosman Park Memorial Park

The Mosman Park Memorial Park was established on 25 August 1934 to commemorate the local people who served in World War One. Originally called the Buckland Hill Memorial Park, the park is located on Palmerston Street, Mosman Park, in Western Australia. According to the Western Australian Government, Heritage Council, there is a long history of

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Alexandra Avenue and Prescott Terrace Avenues of Honour (the Avenues)

Alexandra Avenue and Prescott Terrace Avenues of Honour (the Avenues) were established on Saturday the 19th of July 1919 to commemorate the 600 to 700 soldiers that enlisted in World War One from the Burnside district (SOLDIERS’ MEMORIAL AVENUES. (1919, July 19). The Advertiser, p. 10). The Avenues are located on Alexandra Ave and Prescott Terrace

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Willunga Avenue of Honour

The Willunga Avenue of Honour commemorates the centenary of the Gallipoli landing with the planting of 100 trees as a living memorial to local servicemen, servicewomen and their families. It is located on the corner of Victor Harbor and Aldinga roads Willunga, in South Australia. The Avenue of Honour is a plantation of Quercus canariensis

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