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In 1958 George Tindale, a research scientist with the Victorian Department of Agriculture, purchased the property and began to develop the existing garden. With his wife, he created the plantings you see in the garden today. Mrs Tindale bequeathed the garden to the Victorian Conservation Trust in memory of her husband in 1980.
Parks Victoria commenced management of the garden in 1995.
09 May 2013
Parks Victoria is saying a special thank you to its many volunteer groups across the state as part of National Volunteer Week, which runs from 13-19 May 2013. In Point Cook Coastal Park volunteers from AMES, an organisation that assists newly arrived refugees and migrants to settle in to Australia, have …