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The plaque and grove of trees commemorates the ANZAC Centenary and those from the Bogan Shire who served in World War One.

Plaques next to the trees commemorate those from the Nyngan District who served at Gallipoli (1915), Suez (1915), Palestine (1916), Armentieres (1916), Somme (1916), Pozieres (1916), Ypres (1917), Passchendaele (1917), Bullecourt (1917),  Bapaume (1917 and 1918),  Villiers-Bretonneux (1918), Le Hamel (1918), Peronne (1918) and Amiens (1918).  


Address:Nymagee Street (Mitchell Highway), next to Mid-State Shearing Shed Rest Area, Nyngan, 2825
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -31.562669
Long: 147.197687
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Trees
Monument Theme:Conflict
Actual Event STart Date:25-April-1915
Actual Event End Date:25-April-2015


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 25th April, 2015
Front Inscription

Plaque : 

100 Years of ANZAC
The Spirit Lives
2014 - 2018
ANZAC Centenary

This plaque and grove of trees commemorates the ANZAC Centenary and acknowledges the sacrifices made by Bogan Shire servicemen and women during World War 1.

The Lone Pine Tree will stand, for future generations, as a living memorial to the Gallipoli Campaign in 1915.

Officially unveiled by Rear Admiral Peter Sinclair AC, AO, KStJ former New South Wales Governor and 1990 Nyngan Flood Recovery Coordinator 
25 April 2015

Lest We Forget

R. L. Donald                  D. A. Francis
Mayor                            General Manager 
Bogan Shire Council     Nyngan

Plaque :

Planted in memory of those from the Nyngan District who served in the First World War battle of Gallipoli - 1915

Elizabeth Jackson
Daughter of Sydney Denison Wye 
2nd, Battalion, Ist Infantry Brigade AIEF
Served at Gallipoli - 1915


Source: MA
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