This park has been visited by me many times over the years, with a recent visit on a free open day (normally there will be a fee per car).
I like coming here for a nature fix, however I feel that the park has lost its way.
The park is well serviced with toilet facilities, but there is not much else here. There are some barbecue facilities. There is no food or drinks to be purchased here.
There did used to be tennis courts, but these are long gone, and native vegetation restored.
If the office is open, do go and have a look, there are some interesting educational displays such as bird nests, skulls of animals etc
Any time I've visited there were always friendly emus wandering around the picnic areas, however none were seen today. No kangaroos were sighted also.
The walking trails are inadequately signposted and you could easily be lost in the bush, unless you have functional GPS system, but phones will probably not work in here. What was once a very bustling park with many people visiting and wildlife, is now very, very quiet. Thankfully some friendly magpies said hello and sang very nicely for us.
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