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  Queens Park
by eviltooth

This reserve land was gazetted in 1882 and named Queens Park in honour of Queen Victoria. The Park is rich in native flora and fauna, and a good place for bird watching. Kookaburras, king parrots, sulphur-crested cuckatoos are just a few examples. Teddy's Lookout, the scenic viewpoint above the St. George River and Great Ocean Road is also part of the park.

Saw this on the information board:

Take time and take care of the environment,
Be aware of the beauty of Lorne,
Help preserve its wild flowers, trees and native animals.
The areas you visit, the sceneries you enjoy,
The friendship you have established,
Will be sustained by the memory of the ocean and country landscapes.

Address: Armitage Street

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  • Written Oct 10, 2003
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