They call the park as Nurrangingy Reserve. It is one of the many lovely parks often visited by local and international tourists and there never was a single day without visitors. I took the above photo at the main park just in front of the Colebee Centre for functions and dining. Nurragingy Reserve offers the following attractions and facilities: picnic and BBQ areas (wood supplied), children’s playgrounds, bush walking tracks, formal garden areas, planted as International Gardens, quiet shaded areas and pavilions, a waterfall, natural bush land ideal for nature studies, toilets, wedding garden areas (bookings essential), the Nurragingy Blacksmith and the Colebee Centre.
We too, in many instances held our picnic, birthday and garden weddings here. Also, during the annual town festival, Medieval Shows were held here, and that’s the busiest time in the park, because hundreds of people attend this show every year. Last year, a Chinese garden was built, making it more lovely and has now become the centre piece in the park. I had seen once a bush load of tourists frolicked in the park.