Lucindale Historical Society Museum
KEEPING LUCINDALE'S OLD MEMORIES ALIVE
The museum is situated in Railway Terrace at Lucindale, on the old railway reserve. It comprises the origional station and goods shed buildings. A School, an early town cottage, a local area hall and a soldiers settelment tempory housing cottage have also been added. A large machienery shed houses a comprehensive machinery display and a tractor shed houses a number of tractors from the local area.
The museum is open by arrangement with one of the following...
K Bates - (08) 8766 2198
J Nordhousen - (08) 8766 2274
H Pitt - (08) 8766 2326
N Corrigan (08) 8766 2356
P Dolan (08) 8766 2112
|Located next to the St. John Ambulance Centre in the main street, Centenary Park offers a lawned area with rose gardens and BBQ facilities. Centenary Park also holds the annual Australia Day Celebrations.
|Located on the southern entrance to Lucindale, Jubilee Park offers 2 hectares of parklands consisting of an island with waterfall and native shrubs. Developed by the community development board as a natural haven for birds, Jubilee Park offers a relaxing stroll among some of Australia's natural flora and fauna.
Located 6km out of Lucindale on the Country Club Road, Loechel Park is a Lions Club project kindly donated by the Loechel family, offering native scrub land with relaxing walking trails.
Located on the corner of Gum Avenue and Musgrave Avenue, Pioneer Park is a small parkland consisting of a grassed area, native shrubs, a paved walkway, seating and a fountain. The park is dedicated to the memory of Pioneer Families of the Lucindale District.
Located across the road from Pioneer Park, Telecom Park is another of Lucindale's small parklands offering lawned area and some native shrubs.
Fairview Conservation Park
Located 25 Kilometres North East of Lucindale (sign posted), Fairview Conservation Park offers 3,000 hectares of national park including a picnic area with walking trails and BBQ facilities. Fairview Conservation Park also offers camping permits which are available from the Naracoorte Caves.
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