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Araluen - YAL Tree

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Location: 362 Croyden Road, Roleystone, Western Australia, Australiamap
Surnames/tags: Araluen Heritage_Tree Western_Australia
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The Young Australia League (Inc) (YAL) is an Australian youth organisation which was formed in Perth, Western Australia in 1905 by Jack Simons and Lionel Boas.
Developed as a means to encourage Australian nationalism and patriotic values, the organisation organises activities and the ideals of "Education through Travel", the aims of its founders.
YAL Tree - WA

In 1933, work began on the Grove of the Unforgotten, a remarkable memorial to the 88 YAL members killed in World War I.
L. T. Boas (President Young Australia League) |

The Grove of the Unforgotten Monument Australia |

John Joseph (Jack) Simons | Simons, John Joseph (Jack) (1882–1948)
Karrakatta Historical Walk Trail Two #35 /45, John Joseph “Jack” Simons, (1883-1948), founder of the Young Australia League and newspaper owner Roman Catholic HC 60 |

Araluen Botanic Park's colourful history from Aussie Rules to tulip festivals | Photo: The stone reflection pool at Araluen, c1927 (Supplied: State Library of Western Australia) |


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