Kershaw Gardens, Rockhampton
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Address: Bruce Highway, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Garden, Waterfall, Play Ground, Walking Area, Family And Kids, Fountain, Picnic Spot
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About Kershaw Gardens, Rockhampton
Pretty! That’s enough to describe the Kershaw Gardens, and it’s a bit ironic considering that it’s built on an old landfill. Open 24 hours a day, the neat gardens, the clever water arrangements and the quiet contemplative areas offer the people of a Rockhampton a quiet and getaway. You’ll often find families picnicking here. The locals often use the grounds for weddings. Check out the beautiful waterfall, the flower garden, the playground and the excellent walking tracks.
Kershaw Gardens Information
- Dogs are to be kept on a leash and never to be tethered.
How To reach Kershaw Gardens by Public Transport
- Tram on Park Avenue
- Buses on Musgrave Street near Moore’s Creek
Restaurants Near Kershaw Gardens
- Eagle Boys Pizza
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Kershaw Gardens, Rockhampton Reviews
We regularly take our 4 dogs for a walk and love the environment even though we are limited by the new works taking place. Our dogs love the birds and plants. All workers we meet smile, wave and let us walk without any problems.
The resyorations have taken there toll on this wonderful area. Once they are finished these garden should be glorious again.
Awesome place to have bbq,entertain kids. With free zoo its a must to visit.
Pleasant park. Some amenities. A little tired. Good riverside views. Close to very busy roads. Care with young children as little fencing.
It's one of my favourite places to walk when we visit Rockhampton...... but at the moment parts of it are closed after the last cyclone