Provis Memorial Park – National Trust Property
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About this site: G. G. Provis Memorial Park is a reserve of native flora (remnant mallee vegetation). It has a picnic ground with picnic and barbecue facilities. It features an early settler’s wattle and daub hut protected by a corrugated iron roofed shelter, which was built as a workshop and used for the extraction of honey.
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