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30-May-2010 (Diane Watson)
30-May-2010 (Diane Watson)

Photographs supplied by Diane Watson / Sandra Brown

The Maldon Avenue of Honour, at Anzac Hill, was planted in 1916 to commemorate the First World War. The Avenue was planted with 70 Southern Mahogany Gums (E. botryoides) and Monterey Pines (Pinus radiata). Today the Avenue comprises of 53 trees, the original tree guards no longer exist.

MALDON, Saturday. An effort is being made locally to commemorate in a practical way the brave deeds of the Anzacs, and incidentally to improve one of the many attractive sports near the town. One of the sub-hills near of Mt. Tarrangower has been chosen as a scene for a tree-planting and pathmaking scheme. The pathway is to be of a winding course, and along the route trees are to be planted in avenue fashion. The site is to be termed Anzac Hill. The trees are to be planted to the memory of Maldon pioneers, and many residents have undertaken to provide a guard and tree for this purpose. A ring of trees will also be planted on the crown of the hill to the memory of Maldon soldiers. The track to the crown will be accessible by motor car.
Bendigo Independent (Vic), 29 May 1916.


Address:Anzac Hill Road, Anzac Hill, Maldon, 3463
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.002443
Long: 144.064813
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Avenue of Honour
Monument Theme:Conflict
Actual Event STart Date:04-August-1914
Actual Event End Date:28-June-1919


Approx. Monument Dedication Date:August-1916
Source: MA, RSLV, VWHI
Monument details supplied by Monument Australia - www.monumentaustralia.org.au
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