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Outback Native Timber Walk

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We were so glad we took the time to view all the native trees planted here, as we were then able to... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2017
Brisbane, Australia

Great walk around the park, very informative. The kids love the fact that the geese followed us... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2017
Mackay, Australia
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Stuart Street, Charleville, Queensland, Australia
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Reviewed 22 September 2017

We were so glad we took the time to view all the native trees planted here, as we were then able to recognise them in our further travels. The duckpond is the only body of water around so was very popular with birdlife whilst we...More

1  Thank FAF10
Reviewed 8 July 2017

Great walk around the park, very informative. The kids love the fact that the geese followed us most of the way.

1  Thank emmsy1111
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

Very nice park landscaped with native trees, signposted & described so you gain an education with a bit of exercise. Water feature with geese, ducks, turtles etc.

Thank OzNomad48
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

The short walk was interesting and a nice change is scenery. When we got to the rain gun and frisbee golf we wished we'd brought our 2 frisbee but had left them in caravan parked out of town.

Thank binDunc
Reviewed 5 August 2016

This is an interesting park to walk around. Not a difficult walk as it is all flat and suitable for wheelchairs, and only takes an hour or so. This park will only improve over time as the native plantings mature.

1  Thank Archie W
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Enjoy a stroll around this track and read about the various trees planted here from the plaques describing them. Family of geese enjoy this pleasant spot.

Thank Jeanette N
Reviewed 20 April 2016

Learn more about Australian tree species and how they are used by both Black and White Australians. Watch the water birds and take in peace and quiet under the numerous shade trees. Its free, its good!

Thank SharkeyNT
Reviewed 7 October 2015

Unplanned, we picked up and info sheet as we had some spare time. It was a lot more interesting than i thought it would be. Each tree in the walk was labelled with its colloquial name and scientific name and normal distribution. It also included...More

Thank Marcus T
Reviewed 12 September 2015

The outback Timber Walk gives a inside to 18 species of native timber that has been used for construction in outback Queensland. The walk is well sign posted and the displays are well set out for easy reference. There is some complimentry notes that can...More

2  Thank pandkgraham
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