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The monument commemorates Thomas Caskey, pioneer settler and member of a committee which established Arbor Day in schools in Queensland.

Thomas Caskey and his family were among the first settlers in the district in 1867. Caskey was a member of the committee which established and served the local school. The committee founded the lending library system and initiated the planting of trees in the school grounds from which the custom of Arbor Day in Queensland developed.

When Mr Hoey purchased "Glenbank" in 1940 he thought the pioneer Caskey family should have a permanent memorial in the district, with the permission of various members of the family, he erected the memorial which consists of a pink marble slab set into a large block of concrete.

Note : This monument is on private property and is not accessible by the public.


Address:New England Highway, Mount Tabletop, Allora, 4362
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -27.983298
Long: 151.992204
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Landscape


Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1940
Front Inscription

Glenbank 50, 57 ,62 ,63.

Pioneered by Thomas Caskey

Inverness Scotland 1867

Source: NRUM
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