McQuade Park Windsor

Parks and Gardens

McQuade Park was planned by Lachlan Macquarie in 1810 as the great square that was to stand in front of St Matthews Church. Today it is a lovely large park in historic Windsor featuring a large sporting field with a heritage rotunda, a children’s playground, toilets and picnic shelters. A large pond features at one end of the park, it is a scenic back drop for photos or a pleasant place to see the local ducks.

For those interested in early European history you will also find a large statue of Governor Macquarie. The statue is located directly opposite one of the great early churches and cemeteries in New South Wales – St Matthews Church. The park has ample car parking available.

Facilities

Carpark Family Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet

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