New South Wales

Inverell Memorial Grove

A plantation of mixed tree species, predominantly Wallangarra White Gum (Eucalyptus scoparia), set in uniform rows to create a memorial grove, was originally established on the 17th April 1994, to honour the sacrifice of Inverell and districts’ servicemen, serving with the 2nd AIF during WW2 and those serving in Vietnam. Images Glenn Williams 16.11.2022 The

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Inverell’s Kurrajong Parade

The Kurrajongs READ ARTICLE from the Inverell Times, 11th January 1916 – “The Kurrajongs” – Swelling the Ranks On the 12th January 1916, inspired by a broader recruiting march across regional NSW, one hundred and twelve enlistees left Inverell by train, commencing a journey which would eventually take them overseas to fight on the battlefields

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O’Connell ANZAC Memorial Avenue

Extending along O’Connell Road, from Beaconsfield Road to the O’Connell Hotel, an original double row of 123 Desert Ash trees (Fraxinus angustifolia) was established between 1926-27 to honour the WW1 service and sacrifice of local residents from the O’Connell district, south of Bathurst in NSW.  It was officially opened by Field Marshall Lord Allenby in

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Canowindra Avenue of Honour

The Canowindra Avenue of Honour is located along both sides of Nangar Road, extending for about 580 metres from the edge of the township, heading east towards Eugowra. The original Canadian Poplar (Populus x canadensis) trees, numbering about 100, were established early to mid 1930s, to commemorate WW1 service and sacrifice. Most of the original

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