Unlike the very common Monterey Pine tree (Pinus radiata), this species is not common in the Shire and the tree identified is of particular significance because of its excellent form, good condition, large size and its age. It is part of a group planting of trees associated with the Hurst Family Cemetery which dates from 1866 and has considerable cultural significance.
BASIS OF SIGNIFICANCE:
ILLUSTRATION OF THE THEMES
DEGREE OF SIGNIFICANCE: LOCAL SIGNIFICANCE
EXTENT OF SIGNIFICANCE:
TREE AND SITE TO 50 METRE RADIUS.
CANARY ISLAND PINE TREE AT HURSTBRIDGE PRE-SCHOOL, GREYSHARPS RD - Physical Description 1
A large upright tree, this Canary Island Pine is in excess of 20 metres in height, with an attractive reddish-brown trunk and good form. It is situated adjacent to the pre-school boundary and the car parking area