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A sunken natural park, originally a meeting place of the Pangerang Aboriginal Tribe. The name Merriwa mean the rich flat ground at the bend of a river. The park features gardens below street level, large grassy expanses, majestic gum trees, fernery...more
We had yet another great time at the Wangaratta Jazz Festival. This time the Blues tent was situated in Merriwa Park and the atmosphere was as good as previous years.The supporting food and beverage options were about the same, My only reservation is that the...More
Well not quite like Melbourne or Sydney but wangaratta is a regional centre so there is a lot of activity in the cbd.
On the edge of the town centre down a very steep embankment is a well cared for park with so much to...More
Good place to relax and take in the serenity and beauty of well appointed parklands, There are barbecues available for use for those wishing to just kick back and enjoy the beauty of nature. Ample room for the kids to run around and there are...More
I spent some time with friends having lunch by the creek bank and found it very relaxing. There is a lot of grassy area, well maintained for children to play, ducks to feed and it is just off the main street so very easy to...More
Viewed this park from Ely street and drove around till found entrance off Wangaratta Road, just a short drive down and parked where we could see picnic tables by a pond among the tall gum trees and beautifully kept green lawns, we took our own...More