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Nice park. A lot more to see in Spring when they have some amazing flower displays. Kids also love the bird cages. There is a old rectory on the grounds.inside the back room the CWA ladies sell amazing baked goods. I got a terrific fruitcake....More
Always visit the ladies in the Cottage; great fruit cakes and some interesting well priced bits and pieces, Worth a visit to see the scramble when u pay Lovely park for a walk, well preserved but prefer birds not in cages
This is such a lovely old park in Orange. Cook Park has the original grand gates at the front and a beautiful hot house, there is a duck pond, sunken rose garden, hand made craft items for sale in the cottage in the grounds, swings,...More
A few swings for the kids. There are some cages of native birds, which are a bit sad as one is clearly an old pet (and can talk) yet is locked up on its own and seems lonely. There is a nice line and some...More
Cook Park is very compact but full of beautiful trees, flowers and plants. The begonia display is spectacular and the autumn leaves are gorgeous. It's a lovely place for a picnic but probably a bit small for a family game of football or cricket -...More
It is a nice compact park just outside the centre of town. The the tuberous begonias in the conservatory were the highlight but he outdoor experience tainted by the large flying fox colony that has settled in the park. Hopefully they will move on to...More