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Henry Lawson Bicentennial Park, Ipswich- perfect for picnics and barbeques!
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Henry Lawson Bicentennial Park

LOCATION: 533-569 Karrabin-Rosewood Road, WALLOON

An absolute must-do stop as you travel from Ipswich along the Cobb & Co Tourist Drive.  Henry Lawson Bicentennial Park is home to the moving "Babies of Walloon" memorial which commemorates Henry Lawson's poem about the tragic drowning of two young sisters.

The park is a focal point for the residents of Walloon and provides excellent facilities including sheltered barbecue areas,  public toilets,  playground equipment, open-kick-about space, skate park and BMX track ... something for everyone.

  • BMX Track
  • Half Court
  • Skate Park
  • Recreational Pathways
  • Open Kick About Space
  • Playground Equipment
Other Facilities
  • BBQ's
  • Disabled Access
  • Drinking Water
  • Gazebos. Rotundas, Shelters
  • Picnic Facilities, Seats, Benches
  • Car Parking
  • Public Toilets

Did you know… Ipswich Turf Club hosts approximately 46 race meets a year, making it a great destination for 'armchair' adrenalin seekers who don't mind the odd punt.