Gooloogong Memorial Park

Day Use Area

4.2 from 4 users


Main Street, Gooloogong, New South Wales


The Gooloogong Memorial Park is a unique record of the people whose families have lived for generations in this small country town. It is a pleasant place to have a picnic and spend some time. It contains a history of the local railway from 1922-1978 with an interesting collection of historic photos; a plaque recognising the Wiradjuri people as the original owners of the land; and interesting pieces of war memorabilia from both of the twentieth century world wars. The highlight, however, is the plaques which record, in suitable detail, the history of many of the families who live in the town and the surrounding region. Here is a unique opportunity to see how a small Australian country town was formed and how it evolved.

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Lat: -33.613482 Lng: 148.434823

User Reviews


User 1801446

Great spot paid $10 thought it was great had a great meal at pub pity the barman wasn't a bit more friendly



Nice convenient roadside camp spot, clean female toilets and showers; mens bathroom apparently no so good after a lot of trickiest stopped for showers and to use toilet. Quite a noisy spot for trucks as its on the corner of 3 main roads. We were the only ones there which was nice. Great to have water and power. Very clean and tidy, can tell it's cared for and loved by the community. Pub across the road very quiet, limited food. Leave a donation and keep this place going for others



This camp-site is in a lovely park which is well maintained. Basic facilities are clean with water and power easily accessed. Small town with Pub and shop, very quiet. Great place just to sit back and unwind.


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