Wyndham History

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Wyndham Park was originally a sand quarry and later became a dumping ground for rubbish. The Werribee River Association were instrumental in the development of this area in conjunction with Wyndham City Council. This special project was used to…
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The Werribee River provides a focal point for local photographers.
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Barbeque facilites in Wyndham Park near the railway bridge.
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The sand walking track was one of the original tracks in Wyndham Park. The New World Sign that can be sighted above the shops is from the Coles Supermarket (Coles New World).
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Wyndham Park land was originally known as Phelps Land.

The Phelps family owned a large grain store next to the Werribee Street Railway gates.

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