State: South Australia

Mount Pleasant Memorial Avenue

The Mount Pleasant Memorial Avenue was established in 1934 to commemorate the local soldiers who lost their lives in World War One. The Avenue was planted with 12 Cypress Pine (Callitris spp.) donated by Dr Cowling in memory of the the local soldiers of the district who lost their lives during World War One. In …

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Verdun Avenue of Honour

The Verdun Avenue of Honour was established to commemorate WW2. This Avenue of Honour is located Onkaparinga Valley Rd Verdun, in South Australia Australia. FURTHER DETAILS Between Grivell Rd and Beaumonts Rd. Double row of trees planted either side of

Tailem Bend

The Tailem Bend was established 2016 to commemorate WW1. This is located Railway Terrace Tailem Bend, in South Australia Australia. FURTHER DETAILS

Alexandra Avenue and Prescott Terrace Avenues of Honour (the Avenues)

Alexandra Avenue and Prescott Terrace Avenues of Honour (the Avenues) were established on Saturday the 19th of July 1919 to commemorate the 600 to 700 soldiers that enlisted in World War One from the Burnside district (SOLDIERS’ MEMORIAL AVENUES. (1919, July 19). The Advertiser, p. 10). The Avenues are located on Alexandra Ave and Prescott Terrace …

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Soldiers Memorial Park, Keith

Soldiers Memorial Park was originally established in 1916 to plant trees in memory of those who served in World War One. Trees were also planted in 1918. Additional trees were planted at a later date in memory of those who served in World War Two. This Avenue of Honour is located along Heritage Street and …

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Tea Tree Gully Memorial Drive

The Tea Tree Gully Memorial Drive was opened in January 1950 by Premier Thomas Playford to commemorate the local people who served in World War One and World War Two (“Premier opens Gully memorial” The Mail, 28 January 1950, p. 41). This avenue of honour was planted with a double row of Aleppo Pine trees either …

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Pinnaroo Avenue of Honour

The Pinnaroo Avenue of Honour was established to commemorate the local people who served in World War Two. This Avenue of Honour may be located on Mann Street, Pinnaroo, in South Australia. It is noted that the trees may be in Portion of Section 257 Township of Pinnaroo and forming part of the Soldiers Memorial …

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Virginia Avenue of Honour

The Virginia Avenue of Honour was established 01/09/1916 to commemorate WW1. This Avenue of Honour is located Old Port Wakefield Rd Virginia, in South Australia Australia.

Mantung Avenue of Honour

The Mantung Avenue of Honour commemorates the local people from Mantung, Mercunda, and Maggea districts who served their country and is located on Clark Street, Mantung, in South Australia. The Avenue was unveiled on the 25th of April 2015.  Each pine tree is dedicated to an individual with a plaque noting their name, service number, …

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Hindmarsh Avenue of Honour

The Hindmarsh Avenue of Honour was established to commemorate the people who served in the Vietnam War and Korea War. This is located Port Rd Hindmarsh, in South Australia Australia. Can you help to find out more? Does the avenue/commemoration planting still exist? Who is commemorated? (if known). CLICK HERE to tell us more.

Regency Park Avenue of Honour

The Regency Park Avenue of Honour was planted in 1992 and 2003 to commemorate the local people who served in World War One. This Avenue is a double of row of Spotted Gum (Corymbia maculata) located along Regency Road, in Regency Park, South Australia. Can you help to find out more? Does the avenue/commemoration planting …

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Brooklyn Park Boulevard of Honour

The Brooklyn Park Boulevard of Honour was planted in 1995 to commemorate fifty years since the end of World War Two. This Avenue of Honour is located on Sir Donald Bradman Drive, in Brooklyn Park, South Australia. 227 mostly London Plane (Platanus x hispanica) and some Celtis trees were planted. The Boulevard was established as …

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Goodwood Avenue of Honour

The Goodwood Avenue of Honour was established in 1938 to commemorate the local people who served in World War One. This is located on Goodwood Road, Goodwood, in South Australia. A newspaper article of the time states that an Avenue of Honour was planted in 1938 on Goodwood Road in the ‘Garden Suburb’ (now known …

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Plympton Avenue of Honour

The Plympton Avenue of Honour was planted with Claret Ash trees to commemorate World War One. This is located along Anzac Highway (between Richmond Road and Tapleys Hill Road), in Plympton, South Australia. Can you help to find out more? Does the avenue/commemoration planting still exist? Who is commemorated? (if known). CLICK HERE to tell …

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Urrbrae Avenue of Honour

The Urrbrae Avenue of Honour was established to commemorate World War One. This Avenue of Honour is a single row of Bhutan Cypress trees located in the Urrbrae Agricultural High School grounds, at Cross Road, in Urrbrae, South Australia.In 1951 the trees were transplanted to current location along the internal boundary fence to the school …

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Mylor Avenue of Honour

This  Avenue of Honour, consisting of 11 Oak trees, was planted in the 1920s in memory of the 11 men from Mylor who gave their lives in the service of Australia in Word War 1. The loss of these fine young men would have had a huge impact on the little village of Mylor, established …

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Renmark Avenue of Honour

After public calls for donations towards the cost of palm trees, an avenue of Washingtonia filifera (Cotton Palm) was planted on 11th September 1915, along the banks of the Murray River adjacent to Murray Avenue. “The dual purpose of the tree was to beautify the town and commemorate the brave men who have gone from …

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Mount Pleasant School Memorial Trees

On Friday 30 July 1915, three trees were planted at the Mount Pleasant School by “Mr. Thomson, Mr. Tamblyn (head teacher), and Miss Stibbles (assistant teacher), in memory of two old scholars—Privates A. H. Bax and E. H. Jenzen—and General Birdwood, who were killed with the Australians on the Gallipoli Peninsula”. The next day nine …

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Port MacDonnell

In 1940 ‘Trees of Tribute’ were planted in Port MacDonnell to commemorate “every man who enlists on active service”. The park was officially opened by the Member for the district, Mr J Fletcher, on September 2 1940 (1940 ‘”TREES OF TRIBUTE” AT PORT MACDONNELL’, Border Watch, 3 September, p. 2.). In 2003 the Grant Council …

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