Kianga/Dalmeny ANZAC Memorial Avenue

Kianga Dalmeny ANZAC Memorial Avenue - dedication ceremonyKianga Dalmeny ANZAC Memorial Avenue - southern endKianga Dalmeny ANZAC Memorial Avenue - northern endKianga Dalmeny ANZAC Memorial Avenue - dedication plaque
Description

Golden Cypress tree lined pathway commencing at the corner of Barkala Street and Dalmeny Drive Dalmeny, NSW (150:7:52:43E/36:10:33:79S) and adjacent to the Pathway Memorial Stone at Kianga Beach, NSW (9150:7:54E/36:11:18:46S).

Trees were planted in 1971 and have a special connotation for the local people who wish the trees to be officially recognised as a memorial to the men and women who served in World War 1. On the 2km pathway, there are currently 84 trees left of the original 119 planted in 1971.

Inscription

AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH MILITARY FORCES [emblem]

ANZAC MEMORIAL AVENUE       

Dedicated 21st March 2018

The One Hundred Year Anniversary

Western Front Offensive

In Everlasting Memory of all who served in

WORLD WAR ONE

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM

LEST WE FORGET

Address
Dalmeny Drive
Dalmeny NSW 2546
Location/surrounding area
Commencing at the corner of Barkala and Dalmeny Drive Dalmeny [150:7:52:43E/36:10:33:79S] and adjacent to the Pathway Memorial Stone at Kianga Beach [9150:7:54E/36:11:18:46S]
Recorded by
Paul Naylor and Barry Goodwin
Established date
01/01/1971
Dedication date
21/03/2018
Conflict/s
World War 1

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