Henricks Park

Parks and Gardens

Henricks Park was initiated as a community project in 2002 by the artists of Injune and District. The land was donated to the Injune Community by the Henricks Family. Gladys Henricks lived on this site from the 1930s until her passing, the dwelling was subsequently relocated to a family property. With the support of the Council and the aid of Q150 and RADF funding, 60 willing volunteers set to work to transform the vacant land into a beautiful work of art that will ‘Tell the Story of Injune’ for future generations and visitors.

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History & Heritage Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Walk

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Henricks Park, Injune

Henricks Park

Injune, Maranoa

Characters of Injune, Ivy Girle, Teacher of 3 generations of students, dedicated to childrens education, Injune, Queensland

Characters Of Injune

Injune, Maranoa

Mini Museum Injune

Mini Museum Injune

Injune, Maranoa

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