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Place Category: South Australia
The Henley Beach South Avenue of Honour was established on the 10th of July 1990 by the HMAS Club of South Australia. This double row of Plane Trees is located HMAS Rd Henley Beach South, in South Australia, and is marked by a sign at the beginning of the Avenue.
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Henley Beach South* Street:
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