Beaconsfield Park is at the entrance to the township on the corner of Beaconsfield Emerald Road and the Old Princes Hwy. The Beaconsfield Park sign was originally erected in 1939 as a memorial to the World War I soldiers and was donated by the Craven sisters who operated the Beaconsfield Post Office.
The sign was restored and the Park landscaped in 2011.
The Beaconsfield World War I Avenue of Honour was planted in 1929 by Ada Armytage and nameplates for the servicemen were made, but never displayed. New plaques were made and mounted on the wall at the entrance to Beaconsfield Park in 2014. Information about each of the servicemen can be found in the booklet “Beaconsfield Avenue of Honour Servicemen Remembered”.