Primrose Park (and the associated bunya bunyas & trees) is significant to the Cardinia Shire as an example of a relatively substantial and stylised farm house for the area. The house is rare because it is constructed of brick in a district with ample timber supply and consequent dominant timber construction. The mature ornamental trees around the property, in particular the bunya bunyas, add to the period setting and the bunyas are rare in the Shire. The house and trees are among the oldest group of houses and plantings in the Shire
PRIMROSE PARK, BUNYA BUNYAS (2) & TREES - Physical Description 1
This is a large brick (overpainted) hipped-roof and verandahed villa set among notable ornamental trees. Projecting window bays face the road while the simple skillion verandah faces to the west, away from the highway. The chimneys have corbelled cornices and are of face brick. A remnant picketed gateway survives. The uncommon brick construction of this house (for the Shire and period), along with that of Fir Wood opposite, may have been determined by the proximity of early Officer brickworks.
The remnant garden contains mature trees, mainly conifers, including two Araucaria bidwillii, Cupressus torulosa and a number of Pinus radiata.