Parks & Reserves

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  • Barrington Reserve - Bring a van, tent or sway to our small peaceful camping area that offers 7 sites for camping.
  • Billabong Native Gardens - The Billabong Native Gardens were established by Gloucester Shire Council as a passive recreation area for residents and for visitors alike.
  • Boomerang Discovery Walk - The Boomerang Discovery Walk acknowledges the Worimi people, the original inhabitants of this land.
  • Carson's Lookout - Located on the Thunderbolt's Way midway between Gloucester and Nowendoc.
  • Cook Park - Located in Avon Street and is used primarily for sports activities as it boasts a large playing area and turf wicket. Lease free dog park.
  • Council Reserves - Facilities for daytime recreational use and some permit camping with the appropriate facilities provided
  • Gloucester District Park - The Park is heavily utilised by the Gloucester community and those of other townships in the region. Due to the availability of facilities, there are often a number of activities occurring at any given time, particularly on weekends.
  • Gloucester District Park - Concrete Dish Drain Construction - This will allow the area to be maintained to a higher standed by eliminating ponding of water.
  • King George V - Memorial Park - The King George V Memorial Park has frontage to the Gloucester River and is therefore an excellent passive recreation area.
  • Memorial Park - The Park is used for Anzac Day ceremonies, recreation and over the years countless weddings have taken place within the parks gardens.
  • Minimbah Native Garden - Features traditional Aboriginal Art and plants that are native to the region and provided bush tucker for the local aboriginals in earlier times.
  • Mt Mograni Lookout - The are parking, BBQ and picnic facilities at the lookout which is located on the Bucketts Way 5kms from Gloucester heading toward Taree.
  • Parks & Reserves - Gloucester offers a wide range of formal, informal and sporting parks and facilities.
  • Pioneer Memorial Garden - With its beautiful wisteria covered arbours this small garden was erected to commemorate the Bicentennial 1788-1988.
  • St Clement's Park - An historical park by the Gloucester District Historical Society, owned by the Anglican Church of Australia.