The planting of trees as a dedication to individual service personnel who gave their lives while serving their countries in time of war seems to be an Australian innovation. The idea was taken up in Kings Park in 1918 by Mr Arthur Lovekin, an original member of the Kings Park Board. Dedication plaques occur along May Drive, Lovekin Drive and Marri Walk.
There are currently over 1800 plaques along Honour Avenues in Kings Park. If you are trying to locate a particular dedication plaque, you can search the database on the Honour Avenues Group website.
This map is subject to change as new plaques are added each quarter.