- Site of the first track to the top of
the Dandenongs known as the "Bullock Track".
It took approximately the same route as Doongalla and
Range Road and was created by timber cutters in the
1840's or 1850's.
- Pavitt Lane has been renamed twice!.
First known as Fern Glen Road when the road led into the
Doongalla property which was first known as Fern Glen.
Then it was known as Pig Lane from the Salvation Army pig
farm that was alongside the road.
- Mountain Highway was called Bayswater Road
until 1939 and was most likely the route of the first
track to the top of the Dandenong's used by early
settlers and timber cutters (see item 111 above).
The section past The Basin towards Sassafras was not
constructed until the early 1900's and was first called
the "1 in 20" because that was the highest
gradient of the road.
- Cobblestone Road was used a coach route
between Bayswater and the Dandenongs (through The Basin)
until Mountain Highway was constructed.
It was so named because some of the steeper sections had
a unique construction. Cobblestones between 6 and 11
inches in diameter were hand laid in uniform lines as the
base foundation then dressed with smaller metals and then
screenings; quite a unique construction. When the road
was closed, the cobblestones were removed.