Parks & Gardens

There are various Parks & Gardens in and around the Shire of Merredin which are maintained by the Shire Gardeners. They include:

Apex Park

This centrally located park is situated adjacent to Barrack Street and incorporates a large fenced lawn play area with a great range of playground equipment, a skatepark, toilet facilities, ample parking, free barbecue, picnic table shelters, seating and shaded areas.

Roy Little Park

This large open reserve is ideal for weddings and open air functions. The park is located adjacent to King Street (behind the Shire office) and has a large central water feature. Ducks and other water birds inhabit this popular family area. A prominent new feature in Roy Little Park is the Vietnam veterans Reflection Pond Memorial – an attractive and purposeful place to sit and reflect on the service men and women who have heroically defended our country.

Lenihan Park

This cosy park is located on South Avenue, opposite St Mary's Primary School.

Lower French Park

Located at the corner of Hobbs and Hunter St, this is a triangular-shaped park containing playground equipment and large trees.

Merredin Heritage Precinct

The Merredin Heritage Precinct is focused around the railway reserve along Great Eastern Highway in the centre of town.

Parks and Gardens are a part of the engineering and works division of the Shire of Merredin. The Maintenance Supervisor is Mr Rodney Robertson.

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