Connections to our past are a vital key to our future. In Lone Pine Park, opposite the Cowra Visitor Information Centre, you will find a tree that was propagated from a pine seed off the famous Lone Pine at Gallipoli.
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The Lone Pine Park was poorly signed and hard to find but there it was just beside the highway with no signage that I could see, The tree grown from seed from pines at Gallipoli the tree looks healthy and doing well. It sat behind some weeds and a small grassed area on the side of the hill leading up to the road with a small brass plaque indicating it was rededication of a Memorial Avenue established in 1917.
Written 20 January 2022
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