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Patterson Lakes historical note

Patterson Lakes is a  suburb of Melbourne located 35 km south-east from the central district of the city. The area it’s under the local government of the city of Kingstone. According to the 2016 census the suburb had a population of 7,564 inhabitants.

The indigenous Kulin people occupied the lands prior to the European settlements. They used the area as a meeting place with other tribes. First European arrived in 1803 and settled the area. First development was slow because of the poor soils. A swamp covered the lands until be drained in 1873. Fitzgerald family owned a horse-riding centre before the Melbourne Water purchased the lands.

The Carrum Cowboys, a group of young’s horses riders occupied the area in the late 1950s. Donald Cameron encourage buyers to purchased land in the area during the early 1960s. Gradually the area became residential during the 20th century. If you like peace walk and nature you can go across one of the many parks of the area. It includes the Roy Dores Reserve and the Kalang Court Reserve. Many indigenous floral species remain in the different reserves. Its also a place of living for rare reptiles’ species such as the tree dragon or the tiger snake. Number of fishing compagnies operate in the suburb.