Point Cook, VIC 3030

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Computer Repairs Point Cook, VIC 3030

Point Cook is the home of RAAF Base Williams, Point Cook. The RAAF base was established in March 1913 and was used as a flying training school until 1992. The base contains a museum for visitors, but most of what is left are prohibited and restricted areas. The RAAF Williams Base contains a horizon tank, one of only three in the world. The wetlands of the Point Cook Coastal Park form part of the Cheetham and Altona Important Bird Area. Point Cook was originally spelled Point Cooke, after John M. Cooke, mate of His Majesty's vessel Rattlesnake, which, commanded by Captain Hobson, charted part of the Port Phillip bay in 1836. In 1853, the pastoralist Thomas Chirnside added the farmlands of Point Cook to his holdings. He built the famous Point Cook Homestead of twenty-five rooms, in 1857. Due to the Chirnside brothers' deep interest in hunting, deer and foxes were introduced to Point Cook in the 1850s. Cheetham Salt established a series of ponds in the 1920s, where sea water was fed into the shallow ponds and allowed to evaporate. Dried salt was then harvested from the floor of the lagoons. This operation continued until the early 1990s.


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