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A cairn marks the start of the Remembrance Driveway to Sydney. In 2002 three Red Spotted Gums were planted by the Governor-General in the Remembrance Park, behind the Australian War Memorial, Canberra to mark the Canberra end of the Driveway.
The Remembrance Driveway is a tribute from those who remember yesterday and have faith in tomorrow. It commemorates those who served in the Australian Armed Forces in World War Two and subsequent wars or who have served since then in defence of the nation`s interests, in operational theatres around the world.
The Remembrance Driveway is a living memorial of 320 kilometres of plantations and groves of native trees and shrubs, parks and rest areas between Sydney and Canberra.
|Address:||Treloar Crescent, Canberra Remembrance Park, Campbell, 2612|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -35.280383|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 1st November, 2002|
A living memorial of 320 kilometres of plantations and groves of native trees, shrubs, parks and rest areas dedicated to the memory of the armed forces of Australia who served in World War II, Korea, Malaya, Borneo, South Vietnam, East Timor and other theatres around the world.
Service And Sacrifice.
The Right Reverend
Dr Peter Hollingworth AC OBE
Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia
Planted these trees to mark the end of the Remembrance Driveway from Sydney 1st November 2002
QUEEN ELIZABETH II
Planted A Tree On This Spot
To Mark The Beginning
Of The Remembrance
Driveway To Sydney
Sixteenth February 1954