The Avenue of Honour was originally planted in 1949 to remember Dimboola service personnel who did not return from war. The avenue lines the southern part of our main driveway which circles the oval in front of the memorial building. This driveway is known as Anzac Drive.
The trees are watered and maintained by members of the local RSL Sub Branch, and we appreciate their continued support with this.
In 2016 we added four trees to the Avenue acknowledging servicemen who had previously been omitted or incorrectly recorded on the memorial.