The Wooroloo was established to commemorate . This is located Wooroloo, in Western Australia Australia. FURTHER DETAILS
Place Category: Western Australia
The Point Walter Avenue of Honour, Bicton, was established to commemorate the soldiers who had fallen in World Wars One and Two. 25 trees, mostly lemon scented and sugar gums, were planted for 25 fallen soldiers. After roadworks in the 1980s many of the original plantings were replaced.
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lemon scented gum trees and sugar gum trees
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