Henry Lawson Park, Abbotsford

Corner Abbotsford Parade & St Albans Street, Abbotsford  NSW  2046

Activities and play areas
This is a lovely waterfront park and great open area tucked away in Abbotsford. It's great for a quick play or somewhere to take morning tea if you're in the area but, without any toilets play time might be limited. 

Playground ground cover: Softfall mainly, bark under swings.
Paths: No paths, lots of grass.
Sand play: No.
Water play (non swim): No.
Swimming: No.
Large open grassed area: Yes.

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Family space
Benches and tables: 4 covered picnic tables, 2 benches near play frame.
BBQs: Yes - electric, free.
Taps and drinking fountains: Yes, 1 standard and 1 fantastic fish shaped fountain.
Dogs allowed: Unsure.

Opening times: N/A
Fencing: There is a small fence line between the play equipment and water but it is not enclosed and easy to walk around.
Shading: Shade provided by surrounding trees over picnic tables and most of the parameter of the park. None over the play equipment.
Toilets: No.
Rubbish bins / recycling: Bins for general waste.
Signs, restrictions: Unsure.
Power and lights: No.

Cafe / kiosk / restaurant: No.
Gift shop: No.
Mini-trains or other rides: No.
Attractions, places of interest: Plaques under trees which were planted in dedication to Henry Lawson.

Getting there
Parking: Plenty of free parking both streets of the park.
Public transport: No.
Wheelchair access: Getting to the playground requires going downhill on grass from both streets surrounding the park.

Have you been to this park? Let us know what you thought. 

1 comment:

  1. Once Henry Lawson, camped by a billabong, under the shade of a coolabah tree .......

    Down came a jumbuck...

    Up road banjo paterson, mounted on his thorough bred, up rode his troopers; oligvie, daley and he...........