The Remembrance Driveway is located along the Hume and Federal Highways between Sydney and Canberra.
The Driveway was launched in 1954, with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip each planting a Plane tree in Macquarie Place, Sydney, marking the beginning of the Driveway.
It stands as a living memorial of trees honouring all those who served in the Australian Defence Forces in World War II and subsequent wars, conflicts and peacekeeping exercises.
Oral history projects cover some of our landmark construction programs, technological innovation, driver regulation and road safety topics.
Find out about the Afghanistan Victoria Cross Memorial, located at Valour Park on the Remembrance Driveway.