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History:

Surveyed by Hoddle in 1837, recording details of the first European 
Settler in Coburg, Mr Hyatt, who had a sheep station and hut on 
the east bank of the Merri Creek near present Outlook Road.

 

By 1865 there were shopkeepers, bootmakers, bakers, butchers, 
saddlers, blacksmiths, a chemist and a draper along Sydney Road, 
with Coburg becoming a shire in 1875.

 

The initial plans for establishing a school in West Coburg began in 
1912 when the Education Dept. purchased 3 acres of land facing 
Reynard St at a cost of £10. A public meeting was held in 1914 
with a committee being appointed for construction of the school. 

 

West Coburg had only 3 created streets – Bell, Munro and Reynard 
– with large areas of grazing land and the odd scattered home.

 

Between 1917 and 1927, Coburg West had seen a lot of housing 
development, many of them having large Rose Gardens, making 
this a nice fragrance filling the area in Spring.
 

Rose Gardens: Richly warm and feminine, a beautiful scent of rose top notes laced with the sweet floral aroma of geranium.

 

Fragrance Notes:

Top: Rosewood, lemon peel

Middle: Geranium, cinnamon leaf

Base: Rose petals, leaf green

 

Coburg West - Rose Gardens

$20.00Price
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