Banjo Paterson Bush Park is situated on Crown land set amongst an original natural setting including native grasses, established box trees and more than 400 native trees. The park hosts picnic tables, shelters and an environmental public toilet for both travellers and visitors to the park.
Why not take a stroll along the Banjo Paterson Poets walk by the banks of the Buckinbah creek, and stop for a rest along your walk with the Banjo Paterson etched slate seats that line the walking track.
The Banjo Paterson Park Trust committee took over a degraded and overstocked land six years ago and have since turned the trust around by planting hundreds of trees, controlling extensive erosion and eradicating weeds. In the six years the park has been established they have installed and upgraded picnic shelters, solar toilets and the yeoval sculpture park at the starting point of the Yeoval Poets Walk. These developed facilities and attractions, attract travellers and tourists to stop and enjoy what Banjo Patterson Park Trust has to offer.
Banjo Paterson Park Trust Winner of the 2010 NSW Land & Property Management Authority Crown Reserve Trust Community Trust Award.
Managed by the Yeoval and District Progress Association the Banjo Paterson Park Trust was recognised by the Land & Property Management Authority as showing outstanding community service ethos, dedication and commitment to our community and the crown land of Banjo Paterson Bush Park.
A special thanks to Alf and Sharon Cantrell for their hard work and committed support of the community overseeing the Park project amongst their other acheivements.