Entrance to Victoria Park (southern Cashmere) with the somewhat
ironic greeting: Please enjoy your visit. This is where the murder
took place in 1954.
Predictably, the Park gets its name from Britain's Queen Victoria
(r. 1837-1901). It was opened on 22 June 1897, exactly 57 years before
the murder (on 22 June 1954)!
The tea rooms no longer exist. The only buildings these
days are a small visitor's centre and a ranger's station.