Ashgrove Stewart Place Gallipoli Pine

Location of Ashgrove Stewart Place Gallipoli Pine

Stewart Place Memorial Reserve, Cnr Stewart and Waterworks Roads
Ashgrove QLD 4060

Pine tree memorial in the style of the 'Gallipoli Pine', propagated from a seed taken from a pine tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey and returned to Australia in 1918. The Gallipoli Pines in Australia are recognised as a direct symbolic link to the battlefields of 'ANZAC'.

Inscription

THIS GALLIPOLI PINE

IS FROM A SEED

OF A GALLIPOLI PINE

THAT WAS BROUGHT BACK

FROM GALLIPOLI IN

1918

THIS PINE IS PLANTED

IN THE MEMORY OF ALL

ANZACS BY THE ASHGROVE R.S.L.

SUB BRANCH

Conflicts commemorated
First World War, 1914–1918
Memorial type
Garden/avenue/tree
Commemorative services held
ANZAC Day
Additional information

The memorial is complemented by three other memorials in the Stewart Place memorial precinct. The other memorials are:

61st Battalion Queensland Cameron Highlanders Memorial Shelter
Ashgrove War Memorial
Ashgrove Stewart Place Memorial Field Gun

Recorded by
Matt Smith, QLD War Memorial Register
Date recorded
25 November 2009

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