The first of these unique blocks of Wyndham Park, part of the new Kalgan Rural Village have just been released to the market. The 6 blocks vary in size from 4018m2 to 5372m2 all with bitumen road frontage onto Hunton Road, all have pedestrian access to the amazing Kalgan River and the Luke Penn walk. This sub division offers a unique opportunity to purchase a part of the earliest land released in WA. First surveyed by the Dutch in 1627 and then by George Vancouver in 1791, during that time Oyster Harbour was named. Mathew Flinders called into King George Sound in December 1801 to explore and chart the coast and in 1803 French ships commanded by Nicholas Baudin travelled up the Kalgan River some 6kms and named it Riviera des Francais.
Following settlement at Fredericks Town in 1826 Digory Geake purchased this land in 1830, it was described as some of the choicest land in the district. The lot changed hands several times before the James & Hill families began to develop the property in the 1900’s.
Governor James Stirling named the townsite Wyndham in 1832 and it was hoped to attract a group of Quakers from England with all the skills required for agriculture. However, this idea lapsed over time, and Wyndham became the Kalgan townsite at a much later date.
You can now be part of the future of this historical part of Albany and build you dream home in this tranquil environment away from the hustle and bustle yet close to everything the city offers.