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Cressy Park                       

Cressy, Victoria

Visiting Cressy reminds me of a Robert Frost Poem. Slightly off the highway,
the town is definitely worth a visit. It is the home of friendly, dedicated and creative people.

The Duverney Street Precinct is a lovely park in the centre of town with the most unusual work of art for people to puzzle over, and admire.

The Discovery Trail, which comprises Historic markers that document places of historical significance, encourage those who visit to linger longer, and enjoy meandering through the past of this interesting little town.

A large Historic Signage Board located in the centre of town highlights these significant sites.

For those wanting to take a break, an area comprising a children's play ground and covered picnic tables is situated behind the public toilet and notice board.

A very active Bowls Club which provides valuable
connections for many community members within and outside the community.

An Avenue of Honour which has just been refurbished leading to the Memorial Gates which
are the entrance to the Cressy Recreation
Reserve where many Sheep Dog Trials are conducted throughout the year.

For nature lovers, just outside town is a hidden treasure.

At the site where the old Cressy Bridge and the new touch is a location that would be great for exploring, for the kids, for fishing and just fiddling about on the edge of the Woady Yaloak River.

Take a picnic and spend the day in this magical location.
For more information contact the Cressy Action Group


For more information check the Historical Society website