Caloundra – Dicky Beach “Gallipoli Avenue”

Avenue of Honour Address

Beerburrum Street

The Caloundra – Dicky Beach “Gallipoli Avenue” was established to commemorate those that served in the Gallipoli Campaign, WW1.
Planted in the Beerburrum Street central median strip, the 2 kilometre long, single row of Tuckeroo trees (Cupaniopsis arcanioides) extends from Tinberwah Street at the coastal or east end of Beerburrum Street through to Albatross Avenue at the western end.

The first 8 trees were planted in 1993; the additional 40 trees planted in 1997.

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