Circular Stone Fence
During the Great Depression, when land sales had taken a downturn, Henry Halloran’s attention turned to erecting stone and other constructions on some of his estates and on his public spaces and reserves.
The Circular Stone Fence at the corner of Caswell Crescent and Pomona Place was constructed as a turning point for traffic. The facilities in this area included Halloran’s Change Room at the end of Pomona Place where he planned to build a swimming enclosure and Sunrise Point viewing area.
The council rejected his proposal to build the swimming enclosure so the traffic he was anticipating did not eventuate.