The park has a range of facilities for visitors to use and enjoy:
- Picnic tables
- Free BBQ facilities
- Grand Rotunda
- Park seating
- Open lawn area
- Toilet facilities
- Onsite parking for cars and buses
- Wheelchair accessible areas and facilities
- Nature themed adventure playground
THINGS TO DO
The park is a popular place for many types of activities and events:
- Family get-togethers
- Picnics and barbecues
- Bird watching
- Exercise activities
- And more...
Sections of the park are available for hire for functions and events. Find out more here
The tranquil lake is a great spot to sit, relax and enjoy the prolific bird life and other wildlife.
Just above the picnic shelters, the frog pond is a popular drawcard for children who love to spot a frog or two.
Follow one of the many walkways and learn about the different plants from the information plaques. Each walkway contains artistic mosaic tiles symbolising aspects of the natural environment.
Stump in time
The stump of an old giant Blackbutt has been turned into a 'time capsule' to show how long large trees take to grow. The surface was smoothed, oiled and protected, and a number of growth rings labelled with historical events. Seats, information signs and a walking path allow visitors to enjoy the tree's second life.
The Park contains more than 200 different species of native plants. Many of the plants are labelled so visitors can learn about the various species as they wander.
Nature themed adventure playground
The nature inspired adventure playground brings a new world of play and discovery where you can excavate a dinosaur skeleton, climb a giant Crows Ash seed pod, slide, splash and so much more.