Pat Cullen Reserve in Crookwell

Located at the northern end of Roberts Street, Crookwell, Pat Cullen Reserve is a haven for all sorts of interesting wildlife, the creek is home to a wide variety of waterfowl.

Rakali are often spotted foraging among the reeds and other aquatic plants, and if you are really lucky you may see a platypus or two!

It’s just a short walk from Crookwell’s town center, and features sculptures and murals, a creek side walking track, delightful shady trees, expansive areas of lush green lawn areas, public toilets and picnic tables.

It’s a top spot to unwind and enjoy some fresh air and sunshine, followed by a delicious picnic lunch!



Pat Cullen Reserve in Crookwell

Pat Cullen Reserve, Roberts Street, Crookwell, New South Wales, 2583

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