Staghorn Flat

Avenue of Honour Address

Yackandandah-Wodonga Rd
Staghorn Flat

The Staghorn Flat was established to commemorate WW1. This is located Yackandandah-Wodonga Road Staghorn Flat, in Victoria Australia.

The avenue of English oaks was planted at the end of World War I. After World War II it was extended south with a planting of golden poplars. However these did not thrive due to the wet ground. In the early 1960s the Yackandandah-Wodonga Road was realigned at the northern end of Avenue. Some oaks on the eastern side of the road were removed, while others on the western side are now stranded in an adjoining paddock. Pin oaks were planted on the realigned section.

In March 2003 the Rock of Remembrance historic marker was unveiled in Avenue of Honour. The Rock commemorates the men who were memorialised on the Staghorn Flat World War I Honour Roll which was destroyed around 1990.


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