William Bruce Ronald Reserve

 

Henty Lily Pond

  Originally part of the Pakenham Park property owned by J Reg. Henty (James Reginald Henty).  Described as a progressive farmer, Reg Henty had the pond dug c1900 in order to diversify and increase the property’s income. Reference: Cardinia Shire Heritage Study Vol 3 by Graeme Butler & Associates.  

Ron Andrews Park

  Ron Andrews plaque Transcription Ronald Clifford Andrews / 18 August 1930 – 20 December 2003 This park is dedicated to Ron (Mick) Andrews / who was born and raised in this district. His major entrepreneurial achievements are the quarrying operation that he founded – / The Pakenham Blue Metal at Mount Shamrock. His finest… Read More

Toomuc Valley Community Hall

There are a number of plaques placed around the garden under trees. Lisa Higgins plaque Transcription Lisa Higgins  / 26-10-1972 to 25-10-1997 / Secretary / Toomuc Residents Association Jan Patterson plaque Transcription This tree was planted/ by the residents of / Toomuc Valley / In fond memory of / Jan Patterson / who died 27-6-86… Read More

Uniting Church Pakenham

There are two plaques on the Main Street frontage: Rev.Victor J Murrell plaque Transcription In memory of / Rev. Victor J Murrell / who died 11th May, 1969 / in service to this church & community / Australian Inland Mission 1949-57 / Leigh Parish (Vic.) 1957-63 / Berwick-Pakenham Parish 1963-69 Errol Gordon Robinson plaque Transcription… Read More

Don Jackson Reserve

No signage at Reserve when surveyed.

BJ Wallis Gardens

Plaque Transcription “The BJ Wallis Gardens” / These Gardens commemorate 32 years outstanding service / by / Barry John Wallis, JP, FIMM, / to the Shire of Pakenham (Berwick) / including 21 years as Shire Secretary / and were officially opened by the Shire President / CR William Bruce Ronald / on the 30th May,… Read More

Sid Earl Reserve

Plaque Transcription Sid Earl Reserve / This Reserve is dedicated to the memory of the Late / Sidney Evan Earl / 1906-1981 / In recognition / of his service and contribution to the / community of Pakenham.

J Reg Henty Memorial

James Reginald Henty was the son of Thomas and Charlotte Henty (nee Carter). James inherited the property on his father’s death and remained there until he, himself died. A Berwick Shire Councillor and Shire President in 1913 to 1914. This boulder marks the place where J Reg Henty’s ashes were scattered after his death. Reference:… Read More

Ray Canobie Reserve