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Heritage Park was established to commemorate the pioneers of Ilfracombe and district. It features a grove of trees planted in memory of the pioneers as well as the Pioneer`s Stone which contains a series of plaques pertaining to early settlers of the district. 

The park was established as part of the town's centenary celebrations and opened in 1991. 



Address:Main Avenue (Landsborough Highway), Heritage Park, Ilfracombe, 4727
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -23.489256
Long: 144.507207
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:Landscape


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 21st September, 1991
Front Inscription

Heritage Park

Plaque :
Heritage Park 

This park is a memorial to all Ilfracombe people of days gone by.

It was established by volunteers as part of the town`s centenary celebrations and was opened on 21 September 1991 by Peter Murray OBE, supported by Kath Wilson and Cam MacMillan.

Descendants and friends are invited to sponsor the fixing of a plaque on the Pioneer`s Stone to permanently acknowledge
people who were associated with Ilfracombe in earlier times. 

Plaque :

Heritage Park

This grove was established in memory of the pioneer settlers of this District whose fortitude and determination provide the basisi of our present community


Source: MA
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