Reference, see “Geology of Royal Park”, G.B. Pritchard, Victorian Naturalist, vol 91, no 8, August 1974, pp 223-235.

Royal Park has two regionally significant geological sites:

  • At the southern end of the railway cutting ML069 (see photograph of the cutting and the display board at the cutting;
  • The railway cutting near Royal Park railway station ML042.

For a geological tour of Royal Park see: “Heritage, history and urban geology of the inner city of Melbourne and its northern suburbs” by Bernie Joyce, University of Melbourne and Doug McCann, Deakin University.