Freeling ANZAC Park

Agri, Mining and Industry

The picturesque ANZAC Park is centrally located within the township of Freeling in the heart of the township. Freeling was a major set for the popular Australian TV series McLeod’s Daughters and is a popular attraction. The park features the iconic windmill and bath from the series providing a perfect photo opportunity to sit in the bath too.

Beautifully presented gardens with substantial grassed areas and large trees makes the park a perfect place for picnics. The significant railway and agricultural heritage of Freeling is acknowledged with the restored Railway Goods Shed as a backdrop; discover the old land management implements on display within the park.

The ANZAC spirit is honoured and its true meaning is portrayed with great pride by the community. Seating, public toilets with disabled access and car/bus parking are available with cafes and hotels for refreshments within walking distance.

Facilities

Barbeque Carpark Coach Parking Family Friendly Lawn / Gardens Public Toilet

Rates

Free Entry

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