Clyde North, Victoria

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History[edit]

Clyde Post Office opened on 25 January 1864. In 1915 it was renamed Clyde North, when Clyde Railway Station office was renamed Clyde.[1]

Today[edit]

The area to the west of Berwick-Cranbourne Road is mostly within the Urban Growth Boundary, with a residential development known as "Cascades On Clyde" under construction, having begun in late 2007.

Parks Victoria are also investigating the creation of a new regional park, on land bounded by Berwick-Cranbourne and Thompson Roads.

The area of Clyde North to the east of Berwick-Cranbourne Road is classed as Green wedge land, is distinctly rural in nature, and is outside of the main growth corridor. The land is used in this area for a mixture of market gardening (notably around Pattersons Road) and dairy farming. The land is mainly flat, and most of the roads in the area are dirt roads maintained by the City of Casey.

Clyde North has since expanded and has many new estates. Selandra Rise which borders Cranbourne East has now been sold out and also now has a local shopping centre within the estate. Since the completion there have been a number of estates commence within the Clyde North area which have been listed below:

Berwick Waters

Circa

Passadena [1]

Highgrove

Clydevale

Thompsons Run

The Boulevard

Bloom

Ramlegh Springs

Meridian

St Germain

Delaray

References[edit]

  1. ^ Premier Postal History, Post Office List, retrieved 2008-04-11

Coordinates: 38°07′S 145°20′E / 38.117°S 145.333°E / -38.117; 145.333