Lone Pine TreePrint Page
The Lone Pine Tree commemorates all the soldiers who fought and died at Lone Pine, Gallipoli during World War One and is dedicated to Sergeant. Major. George Elliott 6 Aust. Light Horse 1st A.I.F.
The pine tree seedling was brought back from Turkey in 1965 by George Elliott during his vist to commemorate the golden jubilee of the ANZAC landings in 1915.
|Address:||Landon Street, ANZAC Grove, ANZAC Park, Gundagai, 2722|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -35.067331|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Tuesday 25th April, 1967|
Dedicated To The Memory Of
SQD. SGT. MAJ. GEORGE ELLIOTT
6 Aust. Light Horse 1st A.I.F.
And To All Soldiers Who Fought And Fell At
Lone Pine, Gallipoli.
This Pine Tree When A Seedling Was Brought
Back To Australia From Lone Pine, By George
Elliott On His Visit During The Golden Jubilee
Of The ANZAC Landing In April, 1965.
Planted On ANZAC Day 1967 By John Elliott
And Dedicated By
The Rev. C. C. MacPherson.
ANZAC Grove, Gundagai April 25th, 1967.