Stansbury Centenary Park

Free

Overview

In 1973, land was surveyed and prepared for a 'Centenary Park' to mark 100 years since Stansbury was dedicated and named by Governor Musgrave (1873). The first trees were planted by local school children on 25th June 1973.

The park is now maintained by the Stansbury Tidy Towns Group, who have planted new trees, trimmed old trees, added borders to garden beds and organised installation of solar lights to mark the paths.

Update June 2020. Please maintain social distancing when visiting this attaction.

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Price

Free

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