Stone Hut Avenue of Honour

Avenue of Honour Address

Borthwick St
Stone Hut
South Australia  

The Stone Hut Avenue of Honour was established to commemorate World War One and World War Two. This single row of nine trees, each with a memorial plaque dedicated to a local serviceman, is next to the Soldiers Memorial Hall located on Borthwick Street, Stone Hut, in South Australia.

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