Fredericks Park

Location - Corner Logan Road and Fairview Drive

Suburb - North Albury

Description - Fredericks Park is Albury's first Adventure Play Space. The park has a range of play equipment including a 30m flying fox and a large net climbing structure. The park has large open grass kick around areas, pathways, public toilets, barbecue area, shelters and public art (Turtles). A great place for family gatherings. There is plenty of street parking and excellent bike/pedestrian access along the Bungambrawatha Trail.

History - The Yensch  family (Betty & Alex) owned 20 hectares of land which was subdivided in 1976 when Alex Yensch died. The Yensch family gave 10% of the land to Council as part of the subdivision. The park was named after Mr Yensch's father Frederick (Source: Albury& district Historical Society information provided to Council in 23 November 2000)

Public Art - Tortoise and rock sculptures

Planned improvements - The rubber undersurfacing of the large net structure has recently been replaced

climbing net structure

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Land Status

Land Owner - AlburyCity

Land Classification - Community

Land Category - Park

Refer - Plan of Management for Community Land