Cranbourne Floral Clock

Lindsay and Jean King plaque Transcription In memory / of / Lindsay and Jean King Few have shown such passion and enthusiasm as Lindsay and Jean King for / Cranbourne, for local history and for Australian culture. Together for more / than 60 years, they used their talents to entertain and educate local school /… Read More

Cranbourne Street Signage

Isaac Smith Crescent, Cranbourne Able bodied seaman aboard James Cook’s Endeavour. Melway Map Ref: 133 F4 Surveyed on: 20 Jun 2012 by Rex Joseph Banks Crescent, Cranbourne Naturalist/Botanist aboard James Cook’s Endeavour. Melway Map Ref: 133 F4 Surveyed on: 20 Jun 2012 by Rex James Cook Drive, Cranbourne 1st Lieutenant in command of the Endeavour. Melway Map Ref: 133 G4 Surveyed… Read More

Old Shire Offices Cranbourne

Old Shire Offices plaque Two names in the list of 9 original board members are incorrect on the plaque and should read Christopher Bond Peed and Patrick Thompson. Transcription Old Shire Offices / The Cranbourne Roads Board had its inaugural meeting / on April 27, 1860. The 9 original members of the Board: / Dr. James Smith… Read More

Cranbourne Police Station

Opening Ceremony plaque Transcription Cranbourne Police Station / was officially opened by / The Hon. Steve Bracks, MP / Premier of Victoria / on Tuesday 29th of August 2006 Paul Evans, APM / Assistant Commissioner of Police / Victoria

Lawson Poole Reserve

Home of: Cranbourne Little Athletics Cranbourne Meadows Cricket Club Southern Cross K9 Inc Further information on Lawson Poole and the Poole family can be found at Casey Cardinia – links to our past.

Oak Tree Memorial Cranbourne

Plaque 1 Transcription Cranbourne Memorial Oak Trees / South Gippsland Highway / This beautiful avenue of oak trees (Quercus Robur) was planted in 1919 / in honour of those Cranbourne and district sons and daughters who served in / World War One, 1914-1918. Since this time, many more trees have been planted / in the… Read More

Ray Perry Park

Greg Clydesdale Square

The Shire of Cranbourne named the Square after my husband, Gregory William Clydesdale in 1989 in recognition of his 30 years dedicated service as Shire Engineer from 1957 to 1987. Greg died 3 months later with cancer. Greg Clydesdale attended Lloyd Street Central School up to and including Year 8 – then went onto Melbourne… Read More