Established in 1932, the Balingup Avenue of Honour, Birdwood Park is a beautiful avenue of old oak trees, recognising local men and boys who lost their lives in the First World War. Their names are engraved on plaques at the base of the trees.
It is associated with a number of local families and with Field Marshall Sir William Birdwood, Commander in Chief of the A.I.F. in World War I, who opened the Avenue, and in his whose honour the park was named.
Interpretive boards provide more details and are placed off to the right of the avenue.
There is also a small picnic area alongside Balingup Brook.
Located at the end of Brockman Street