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6th Australian Light Horse Regiment Memorial Tree, Bogan Gate

6th Australian Light Horse Regiment Memorial Tree, Bogan Gate
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Description / Background

A casuarina tree, with a brass plaque mounted on a granite slab positioned at the base of the trunk. The memorial is located in the Memorial Park, near the Bogan Gate War Memorial

Inscription

Their service Our heritage

Men of the Light Horse your sacrfice & deeds and those of following generations of Australians who fought for Australia will remain ever etched in the history of a grateful nation.

6th ALH Trundle Troop 1888

Defence of ANZAC
Romani
Gaza - Beersheba
Jordan Eselt
Meggido
South West Pacific
Cape Endaldene
Seenemi-Creek 

South Africa 1899 -1902
Sari Bair
Egypt 1915-1917
Jerusalem
Jordan Amman
Palestine 1917-18
Buna Gona

This tree was dedicated and planted to the memory of all those who served in the 6th Australian Light Horse Regiment NSW mounted rifles in peace and war.

This plaque was unveiled by Senator Sandy Macdonald, National Party Senator for NSW, 20th April 1998

The Australian Veterans and Defence Services Council and Department of Veterans Affairs

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Address
Memorial Park
Cnr Hutton and Lachlan Streets
Bogan Gate NSW 2876
Local Government Area
Parkes Shire
Setting
Garden/park
Memorial type
Memorial avenue/Memorial tree/Memorial trees
Recorded by
Martin Butterfield and David Roden
Dedication date
20 April 1998
Conflict/s
South African War (Boer War), 1899–1902
First World War, 1914–18