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Originally the site of a natural spring had been used by the Wurundjeri people, the 13 acres of land was set aside in 1866 to supply the developing suburb with water. Work began to convert the reserve into a Malvern's first public garden in 1888 and continued over the next 20 years.
For more information, contact the Stonnington History Centre.
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1275/1277 High St, Malvern 3144 View Map
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