Hi everyone. This is my first post here. :) I've been engaged in some historical research on Queen Elizabeth Park. On a visit to the City Archives, I found documentation that King George VI had planted an Acacia tree in the park during the 1939 Royal visit. No information was offered on the species, or its specific location. I have asked a few park staff if it is marked by a plaque, as is the case for the Oak tree planted by the King's daughter, Princess Elizabeth, in 1951. None said they had ever seen one. I have been a frequent visitor of the park for several decades, and have not found one either. Anyone?