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Lake Alford Park

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Lovely clean bar-be-cue's and lots for the kids to play on. Lots of bird life to admire and a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
bmewhite
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Gympie, Australia
Large, Relaxing And Worth A Visit

My husband and I stopped at the Visitor Information Centre which was at this gorgeous park. It is... read more

Reviewed May 12, 2018
Ozzmo1962
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Cairns Region, Australia
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Bruce Highway | Monkland, Gympie, Queensland, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely clean bar-be-cue's and lots for the kids to play on. Lots of bird life to admire and a lovely walk around the pond.

Thank bmewhite
Reviewed May 12, 2018

My husband and I stopped at the Visitor Information Centre which was at this gorgeous park. It is very large with lots of sitting areas and beautiful trees and the bird life was amazing. They were so friendly and obviously very used to people taking...More

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Reviewed April 15, 2018

A lovely place to while away a free afternoon with the family . Lots of places to sit and watch the numerous bird life. Also play areas for the little ones and separate play areas for older children .

Thank 780dulciel
Reviewed April 4, 2018

If you are travelling down south and want a break from it all, Lake Alford Park is a great choice. There is a plentiful supply of benches from which you can sit, relax and recharge. The park is spacious, and the lake itself is full...More

Thank Glenn W
Reviewed January 22, 2018

Always admire how clean and inviting the park looks whenever we drive past when visiting Gympie. The markets on the weekend are lovely.

Thank PRP2503
Reviewed January 5, 2018 via mobile

A lovely short walk around the lake and over the little bridge. Nice trees and gardens. Heaps of birds and ducks and even some little water dragons. There is clean toilets, picnic benches and you can walk to the gold mining museum. Great place to...More

Thank Raerae ૐ
Reviewed December 11, 2017

Great place to sit and eat lunch, relaxing atmosphere, great walking track around park, safe playground for children, plent of room to park, table and chair areas

Thank Noelene61
Reviewed December 2, 2017

A peaceful & delightful place to be. The amount of waterbirds & honey-eaters is wonderful if you are a bird lover. The park itself is well maintained and well worth the stop over if you are traveling through Gympie. It also provides a enclosed dog...More

Thank Annon1963
Reviewed November 6, 2017

This place is great for a stroll, alone or with loved ones even small kids, maybe stay for a while to feed the ducks and swans or even a turtle. Then if you have the kids with you there's a choice of two very engaging...More

Thank Paul F
Reviewed October 3, 2017

We grabbed some fish and chips from the City Seafood Supplies and headed down to the duck ponds. Lovely spot to have lunch, only issue was that the council no longer maintains the tables to a high standard like they used to and we found...More

Thank Dreamliner17
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