Anzac Park/Ululah Lagoon, Maryborough

By 16 February, 2017
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Anzac Park/Ululah Lagoon




Once a favourite spot for aboriginal corroborees, Anzac Park is now a beautiful area for families, centred on the Ululah Lagoon. In 1852, the first land sales were held for the new town here, in a simple slab hut. Horse-drawn scoops were used to clear the lagoon to form Maryborough’s first water supply in 1859.

The lagoon is now surrounded by a walk and cycle path which is also frequently in use by the abundant wildlife who make the lagoon home.

Anzac Park contains a skate bowl, children’s fort, flying fox and other play equipment, barbecues, picnic facilities and toilet blocks. The park also has facilities for visitors with a disability including a liberty swing.

On the corner of Alice and Pallas Street is in equal portion to Queens Park in regards to land mass and is a favourite for early morning joggers and walkers and many families that use the extensive barbecue and playground facilities on weekends. The park backs onto Ululah Lagoon and the Maryborough Golf Club and is very picturesque

Anzac Park/Ululah Lagoon, Maryborough

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