Burnie Park

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Burnie Park boasts rolling green hills, trees of many species, a rose garden, rhododendrons, a waterfall, a music shell, a memorial cenotaph, playgrounds, barbecues and picnic area, accessible playground and toilet facilities within a short stroll or drive from Burnie CBD.

Situated on the Bass Highway just west of the city center, Burnie Park offers stunning views over West Park Oval, the University of Tasmania, and Bass Strait, making it one of Tasmania's most picturesque parks. Divided by a natural waterway cascading over Oldaker Falls, visitors can enjoy a short walking trail leading to the falls from a pond populated by ducks.

Home to Burnie's oldest Colonial-era building, the Burnie Inn, and the Giant Freshwater Lobster sculpture by artist Tony Woodward, Burnie Park boasts a diverse landscape featuring exotic and native trees alongside expansive lawns.

The park hosts annual events such as Anzac Day and Remembrance Day services, as well as community events like the Burnie Youth Festival - Rock Challenge and Carols by Candlelight. Accessible to all, Burnie Park even features a Liberty Swing for wheelchair users to enjoy.


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What is Burnie Park?
Burnie Park is a public park located in the city of Burnie, Tasmania, Australia. It is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, with a variety of recreational facilities and natural features to explore.

What can I do at Burnie Park?
Burnie Park offers a range of activities and facilities, including walking trails, BBQ and picnic areas, all abilities playground, sound-shell and public toilets. You can also enjoy the beautiful views of the ocean and the surrounding countryside.

What is Oldaker Falls?
Oldaker Falls is a scenic waterfall located within Burnie Park. It is a popular spot for nature lovers and photographers, who come to admire its beauty and take stunning photos.

How do I get to Oldaker Falls?
Oldaker Falls can be accessed via a walking trail within Burnie Park. The trail is well-marked and easy to follow, and takes you through a beautiful forested area before arriving at the falls.



Burnie park carpark, Park st, Burnie 7320  View Map and directions

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