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Gould Adams Park


Kingston Road, Kingston

Facilities and activities

  • Cricket practice net
  • Shaded picnic shelter
  • Toilets (including wheelchair toilets)
  • Waterfront
  • Wood barbeque

About the park

Gould Adams Park is part of a wildlife corridor following the banks of Scrubby Creek. The vegetation found within the park is a combination of dry open woodland and Paperback wetland. The paperback species and gum trees found in these woodlands provide an important source of food to the wide range of wildlife.

Gould Adams is a popular place for families spending a quiet day strolling along the banks of Scrubby Creek, watching the wildlife and having a barbecue or picnic lunch.