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Visited Cook Park in Orange, New South Wales.
It was named after Captain Cook in 1882 and in 1887 a lodge was built for the caretaker-gardener. In 1973 it became vacant and then was used for the arts and crafts group to this day. And...More
If you love large deciduous trees and autumn colours this park is worth a visit!
Much to my excitement and joy Cook Park has a delightful display of magnificent Begonias, truly wonderful 😍😍😍 They are displayed from February to April!
Really nice large park with magnificent trees and autumn colours. But some of the trees are loaded with squawking bats. Interesting sight and they have to roost somewhere. They seem to favour particular trees so dont go anywhere near those lest you get rained on...More