Eumundi War Memorial Trees

Avenue of Honour Address

Memorial Dr and Gridley St.

On October 6, 1917, the Eumundi Women’s Recruiting Committee planted six Queensland figs along Main Street (now Memorial Drive) and Gridley Street, and with relatives of the fallen they would add another 14 trees over the next two years. In total, 20 trees were planted, each representing a local whose life was lost in WW1. These trees of tribute are located along Gridley Street & Memorial Drive, Eumundi,Queensland.


Of the 20 original Eumundi memorial figs planted to commemorate WW1 servicemen, only five survive. The rest have been replaced over the years with three camphor laurels, three lily pillies, two flame trees (Brachychiton acerifolius) and a jacaranda. Original memorial plaques have also been replaced.

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We’re collecting as much information as possible about avenues of honour and the people they commemorate, including

  • Images of Avenues
  • The history of the site
  • Details of the service men and women (including names, dates, images, stories etc)
  • Family history
  • Service number or records

This collection is being used to contribute to the national online encyclopedia of Australia’s Avenues of Honour and the people associated with them. We welcome your contributions.

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    TREENET’s Avenues of Honour project is a national initiative to document, preserve, promote and reinstate the original Avenues of Honour and to establish new commemorative trees, comemmorating Australia’s war service encompasing plantings from Boer War, WW1, WW2 and all subsequent conflicts.

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