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Monument commemorates people who have been killed by accidents whilst working in the forests of Tasmania.
The memorial is located among a grove of native trees next to the Kermandie River at Heritage Park Geeveston. The memorial was established with the commitment of the local community and is sponsored by Forestry Tasmania and Duggan’s Concrete at Cradoc.
The memorial consists of plaque installations in memory of those who have lost their lives working in forestry industry in the State. Family members and loved ones of victims can submit an application for a plaque to be included on the memorial.
|Address:||School Road, Heritage Park, Geeveston, 7116|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -43.164972|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Wednesday 25th November, 2009|
Tasmanian Forest Memorial
This memorial has been erected to honour "those workers who have lost their lives by accident while working in the forests of Tasmania"
A stylised tree stump, the memorial was the inspiration of Geeveston resident Peter Bennett. Geeveston`s Streetscape Reference Group was responsible for the production and erection of the memorial.
The memorial would not have been completed without the continuing support of the Huon Valley Council, a generous grant from Forestry Tasmania and a sizeable donation of materials, labour and installation costs from Duggan`s Quarries and construction of Cradoc.
Unveiled on 25th November 2009 by Governor of Tasmania His Excellency the Honourable Peter Underwood AC