This large play space has a range of play equipment including a 30-metre flying fox, large net climbing structure, swing set, and playground. There is also a large open grass kick around area, public toilets, barbecue, undercover seating area and public art.
Fredericks Park is an excellent stop along the Bungambrawatha Trail, with great bike and pedestrian access. There is also ample street parking for users too.
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 - Turtle and rock sculptures by Robert Baxa