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Throughout the Shire there are a range of parks that allow residents and visitors to make the most of the regions scenic locations. Most of the district's beaches feature parking areas with facilities including playground equipment, barbecues, chairs and tables, taps, and shaded areas.
This is Augusta’s major park and features ovals, croquet, bowling, tennis courts and a par three golf course. The Rural Transaction Centre, Civic Centre, hydrotherapy pool and Library are also located on this site.
The home of a major public art project and the story of 30 years of the dairy and viticulture primary industries is illustrated on the stage in the amphitheatre, 'From a Glass of Milk to a Glass of Wine'. Popular sundowners are regularly held here over summer.
Gloucester Park is adjacent to the Recreation Centre and is the centre for outdoor sports with three ovals, cricket pitch and hockey field. The football, tennis and bowling clubs are all located within this park.
Located in the centre of Margaret River, this park is a popular rest area. The park has excellent children’s play equipment, is the site of the War Memorial and venue for the Anzac and Remembrance Day services. The park is dominated by a large Oak tree planted to commemorate the crowning of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth on the 2 June 1953.
Situated at the southern end of the main street of Margaret River, this park provides a shady respite from the walk up the hill.
Riverside Park has excellent picnic and barbecue facilities, shaded areas, playground equipment, toilet facilities and an information board. Many of the areas heritage trails start from this park and it is located adjacent to the historical settlement area. For further information see Paths and Trails.
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Margaret River WA 6285
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