Council has recently endorsed the release of the Avenue of Honour Tree Replacement Plan and community consultation framework, to raise awareness of the health of the current trees and to commence planning with the community for the future.
The Avenue of Honour in the Narrows was planted in 1918 to commemorate the district soldiers killed in World War I. These trees are now approaching 100 years of age and a plan for their ongoing management and eventual replacement is required.
It is recognised that Council together with the local community are very passionate about the maintenance and care of our local trees.
The full report is currently on exhibition online, at Council's Municipal Offices and the Queenscliff Library. Community information sessions are now being planned for September.
For further information please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Council on 5258 1377.