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Normanville Hotel with pine tree in background, 1928. (Yankalilla & District Historical Society)

Normanville's Significant Trees: A Guided Walk

Moreton Bay figs were planted along the main road in 1915 to recognise the World War I volunteers from the area, the first such avenue in Australia. Hear about these and Normanville’s other significant trees including those at Banksia Park.

Presented by Yankalilla & District Historical Society


Fri 21 May, 10.30am (approx. 60-90 mins)


Apex Park, cnr Jetty Rd & Kemmis St, Normanville




Sue Speck, 0448 438 974,


The majority of the tour takes place on paved footpaths. It is mostly uphill, crosses some roads and goes through Banksia Park (unpaved gravel paths). May not be suitable for people with limited mobility. People with wheelchairs may need assistance in some areas.


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