This neatly green well-maintained Park
is in Station St, Box Hill, and commemorates Box Hill pioneers using stone from the remains of the chimney of the home of
pioneer settler Arundel Wrighte.
Wrighte is believed to be the first settler in the district, having explored the area in 1837.
The Park incorporates a commorative tablet, erected by the Box Hill City Council, as a tribute to
the pioneers of the Box Hill District.
This cairn is constructed from stone which formed part of the chimney in the house situated off Station Street
near Shannon Street owned by Arundel Wrighte who first settled in Box Hill in 1840.
The stone was presented to the Council by Mrs M.J. Luke in 1957.