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Tuross Memorial Gardens

Tuross Memorial Gardens will have $40,000 spent on it with an upgrade to facilities, pathways and services.

Council have recently been in discussion with the Tuross Memorial Garden group and is currently preparing a draft overview to bring to the community for public consultation and approval. The community will be advised when the draft is ready. A Council survey crew has recently been on site to map out the area.

The recent white and red painted crosses left on the trees DO NOT mean the trees are earmarked for removal. All the trees in the plantation are now heritage listed. If you see anyone doing anything to any of the Tuross Norfolk Pines in our reserves or on our streets please advise Council immediately. There are nearly 400 of the Norfolks planted by Hector McWilliam in the town and every one of them is catalogued.


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