All Places in South Australia

  • Hawker

    No useful information available just yet. Can you help to find out more? Does the avenue/commemoration planting still exist? If so, where is the precise location? What is commemorated? eg. WW1, WW2 etc. Who is commemorated? (if known). CLICK HERE to tell us more.

  • Wallaroo Memorial Avenue

    The Wallaroo Memorial Avenue was established circa 1935. Historical information suggests that trees were planted from Jetty Road west continuing along Owen Terrace and Victoria Street to the east. Some of the original trees remain along this route. A renewed Memorial Avenue has since been planted along a disused rail Read more [...]

  • Port MacDonnell

    In 1940 ‘Trees of Tribute’ were planted in Port MacDonnell to commemorate “every man who enlists on active service”. The park was officially opened by the Member for the district, Mr J Fletcher, on September 2 1940 (1940 ‘”TREES OF TRIBUTE” AT PORT MACDONNELL’, Border Watch, 3 September, p. 2.). Read more [...]

  • Stockport

    The Stockport memorial was established in 1920 to commemorate WW1. This is located in Stockport, South Australia, Australia. No further information available just yet. Can you help to find out more? Does the avenue/commemoration planting still exist? If so, where is the precise location? What is commemorated? eg. WW1, WW2 Read more [...]

  • Milang Soldiers Memorial Garden

    The Milang Avenue of Honour is located within the Milang Soldiers Memorial Garden and was established to commemorate the involvement of individuals of the district in all conflicts. This is located on the corner of Amaroo Avenue and Coxe Street in Milang, South Australia. On July 31 1943 six trees Read more [...]

  • Willunga Memorial Avenue

    This was the site of the original plantings of Pinus radiata (formerly P. insignis) undertaken on Arbor day the 20th of August 1915 to commemorate the men of the district serving in WW1. It was located on the western side of St Andrew’s Terrace, Willunga, in South Australia. In 1952 Read more [...]

  • Gawler Soldier’s Memorial Garden

    The Gawler Soldier’s Memorial Garden was established between 1917 and 1920 commemorate WW1. This is located Gawler, in South Australia. FURTHER DETAILS No further information available just yet. Can you help to find out more? Does the avenue/commemoration planting still exist? If so, where is the precise location? What is Read more [...]

  • Salisbury

    No further information available just yet. Can you help to find out more? Does the avenue/commemoration planting still exist? If so, where is the precise location? What is commemorated? eg. WW1, WW2 etc. Who is commemorated? (if known). CLICK HERE to tell us more FURTHER DETAILS Information provided in 2004 Read more [...]

  • Normanville

    This living memorial is now believed to be the very first avenue of honour planted in Australia. The trees are located on Jetty Road, Normanville, (Fleurieu Peninsula south of Adelaide), possibly 4-6 large Moreton Bay Figs remain of the very original plantings along the southern aspect of the road – Read more [...]

  • 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 Read more [...]