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Yagoona Remembrance Driveway Memorial

Yagoona Remembrance Driveway Memorial
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Description / Background

This war memorial consists of a number of gum trees, planted in four straight lines, alongside the Hume Highway in Yagoona, NSW. The grove is located in the 18th Brigade Association Remembrance Drive Reserve. Also on site is a bushrock memorial, with an honour roll plaque attached.

This memorial forms part of the Remembrance Driveway, a living memorial that runs along the Hume and Federal Highways between Sydney and Canberra. 

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Plaque

Remembrance Driveway
Trees in this plantation are a living memorial to the following servicemen and servicewomen.
[Names]
Erected in 1971

Veterans listed on this memorial

Last held rank Given name Family name Conflict/s Service No. Service Campaign Read more
B ASTLEY World War 2 view
A E BARNES World War 2 view
D H BELL World War 2 view
J BISHOP World War 2 view
A P BOWDEN World War 2 view
J F H DAVIES World War 2 view
J C DEARDEN World War 2 view
R E DENHAM World War 2 view
R L DEVENPORT World War 2 view
J B DUELL World War 2 view

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Address
Remembrance Driveway
Hume Highway
Yagoona NSW 2199
Local Government Area
Canterbury-Bankstown Council
Setting
Roadside
Location status
Original location
Memorial type
Memorial avenue/Memorial tree/Memorial trees
Stone/bushrock
Recorded by
Jane Williamson
Year of construction
1971
Conflict/s
Second World War, 1939–45