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The Memorial Walk was formed by the work of the Mount Stuart Guides in 1976 and commemorates local Guide leader, Fiona Allan (1952 - 1978), who died in Nepal in December 1978.  She was 26 years old, and at the time of her death was employed as a psychology tutor at the University of Tasmania

When Fiona Allan died, a single file walking track was built so that walkers could enjoy the birds, in her memory. The Guides put in about thirty railway sleepers to prevent erosion and planted the native trees and shrubs donated to the project. Another Guide project was to put ninety-seven railway sleepers into the western face to improve access for firemen and children. 

In 2000, the Hobart City Council gravelled and widened the track. 


Address:Mount Stuart Road, Mount Stuart Reserve, Mount Stuart, 7000
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -42.875085
Long: 147.297335
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Pathway
Monument Theme:People


Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1976
Front Inscription

Plaque :

Hobart`s Parks

Fiona Allan 

This track is dedicated to the late Fiona
Allan. Fiona had strong links to the 
Knocklofty area and the Mount Stuart Girl 
Guides. The track was constructed as a 
community project in 1976.

Source: MA
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