All Places in Tasmania

  • Cressy – Soldiers Avenue

    The Cressy – Soldiers Avenue was established 27/07/1918 to commemorate WW1. This Soldiers Avenue is located Main Rd Cressy, in Tasmania Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Tree guards. TREE SPECIES Monterey Cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa)

  • 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

  • East Launceston Avenue of Honour

    The East Launceston Avenue of Honour was established May, 1962 to commemorate WW2. This Avenue of Honour is located High St East Launceston, in Tasmania Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Windmill Hill. Council owned park. Double row of trees. Sign at one end pu

  • 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)

  • Bishopsbourne Avenue of Honour

    The Bishopsbourne Avenue of Honour was established 01/08/1918 to commemorate WW1. This Avenue of Honour is located Bishopsbourne Rd Bishopsbourne, in Tasmania Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Single row of trees. TREE SPECIES Oak (Quercus spp.)

  • 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.)

  • Beaconsfield (2) Avenue of Honour

    The Beaconsfield (2) Avenue of Honour was established to commemorate Boer War. This Avenue of Honour is located Weld Streetand Grubb St. Beaconsfield, in Tasmania Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Main road through Beaconsfield south from Brandy Creek. Double

  • Apsley Avenue of Honour

    The Apsley Avenue of Honour was established to commemorate WW1. This Avenue of Honour is located Lake Hwy. Apsley, in Tasmania Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Apsley was a railway town, no longer a town but is often still on maps – where Lake Hwy crosses the