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A grove of trees commemorates Allan Sefton for his services to the environment.
Allan Roy Sefton (1921 – 1989) was an Australian ornithologist, naturalist and environmentalist. Employed by the steelworks at Port Kembla much of his spare time was spent studying the natural history, and promoting the environmental conservation, of the Illawarra region of eastern New South Wales. He was a bird bander and a founder of the New South Wales Albatross Study Group.
|Address:||Station Street, Allan Sefton Memorial Grove, Thirroul, 2515|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -34.318158|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Saturday 7th September, 1991|
ALLAN SEFTON MEMORIAL GROVE
Officially Opened By
ALDERMAN FRANK ARKELL
Lord Mayor of the City of Wollongong
Saturday, 7 September 1991
As A Tribute To The Late Allan Sefton
For His Contribution To A Better Environment
Ald F. N. Arkell
City of Wollongong
R. J. Oxley
General Manager & Town Clerk