All Places in South Australia

  • Hindmarsh Avenue of Honour

    The Hindmarsh Avenue of Honour was established to commemorate the people who served in the Vietnam War and Korea War. This is located Port Rd Hindmarsh, in South Australia Australia. Can you help to find out more? Does the avenue/commemoration planting still exist? Who is commemorated? (if known). CLICK HERE Read more [...]

  • Brooklyn Park Boulevard of Honour

    The Brooklyn Park Boulevard of Honour was planted in 1995 to commemorate fifty years since the end of World War Two. This Avenue of Honour is located on Sir Donald Bradman Drive, in Brooklyn Park, South Australia. 227 mostly London Plane (Platanus x hispanica) and some Celtis trees were planted. Read more [...]

  • Ceduna Soldiers Memorial Park

    Ceduna Soldiers Memorial Park In March 1945 the local Country Women’s Association (CWA) branch discussed planting ‘trees of tribute’ to commemorate the local men and women who served in World War One and World War Two. In 1946 the The Advertiser newspaper reported that 226 trees had been planted by Read more [...]

  • Chandada Trees of Tribute

    The Chandada Trees of Tribute was established on the 16th of August 1940 to commemorate the local people who enlisted in World War Two. This is located Streaky Bay – Poochera Highway at the Inkster Road Intersection, in Chandada, South Australia. The newspaper, The West Coast Sentinel reported that on Read more [...]

  • Coromandel Valley War Memorial Trees

    The Coromandel Valley War Memorial trees were established in May 1921 to commemorate the nine local men who lost their lives serving in World War One. This was located between Main Road and the croquet courts at Weymouth Oval, in Coromandel Valley, South Australia. At the back of the Coromandel Read more [...]

  • Back Valley Avenue of Honour

    The Back Valley Avenue of Honour was established in 1945 to commemorate the local men and women who served the country in World War Two. This Avenue of Honour is located on Memory Grove, Back Valley, in South Australia. There were earlier tree plantings in 1918 in Back Valley for Read more [...]

  • Bridgewater Avenue of Honour

    The Bridgewater Avenue of Honour was established in August 1940 to commemorate the local people who served in World War Two. A double row of pine trees was planted along Fielding Road, Bridgewater in South Australia. The newspaper reported that “an avenue of trees was planted in Bridgewater on Saturday Read more [...]