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Place Category: New South Wales
The Collaroy Avenue of Honour was established 1925 to commemorate WW1. This Avenue of Honour is located along footpath, Pittwater Road Collaroy, in New South Wales, Australia.
There are 16 pine trees planted in two rows, one row on each side of the foot path, heading south along Pittwater Road commencing at Collaroy Street. The memorial is marked by a sandstone block with a grey marble plaque. There also appears to be the remains of a low sandstone wall.Plaque Inscription
This row of trees is a memorial to the men who fell in the Great War 1914-1918
* Name (Original Database):
Corner Pittwater Road and BiRoadwood Avenue* Town:
Collaroy* Original Features:
Single row of trees.* AP:
6+* Description and Comments:
6 trees along Pittwater Rd (+ others in adjoining park)* Species:
Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria heterophylla).* Species (modified):
Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria heterophylla).* Signs:
Sandstone plaque on Pittwater Rd marks avenue.* Plaques:
No plaques remain.