This 500-metre avenue of Pin Oaks is an annual drawcard for tourists in the Autumn months. There are no formal footpaths and take great care when crossing the roads, especially from Centennial Park.
Macedon's Honour Avenue has become an Autumnal mecca for those chasing beautiful photos and portraits for social media. Of course the towering Pin Oaks were originally planted to honour the men and women from the region who enlisted in World War 1 and for those interested in the history there are some memorials at the Mount Macedon Road end of the Avenue.
Please note: Cars are not permitted to pull over along Honour Avenue between 9am and 5pm. There is a car park located at Centenntial Park but it can quickly fill during popular times. For information about a free shuttle bus service that operates in April from Macedon train station on weekends and public holidays see this link.
There's no denying it! Debbie Karwata's photo of her son at Honour Avenue won the People's Choice award in our Autumn Photo competition 2019.
Drivers are not permitted to pull their vehicles over on Honour Avenue, as depicted here (penalties apply, see link), and when taking photos please be sure to check you are safe to do so.
Paths running alongside Honour Avenue are gravel. Take care if you walking along the road shoulder. Paths further from the road, running past the front fences of properties are the safer option!
Why were memorial avenues of trees planted in Victoria in the 1900s? Here's a great resource from the Heritage Council of Victoria about Macedon's Avenue of Honour.
There is some car parking at Centennial Park on Mount Macedon Road, opposite Honour Avenue. But take care crossing to the Avenue or investigate the free shuttle bus service in April.