Named after Lord Carrington, Governor of NSW who visited Young in 1889 to officially switch the lights on. Young was the first town in NSW to have electric lights in the streets and private homes. The Rotunda was built in 1912 to recognise the contribution of the band master WF Roberts.
Large Sporting field with stands and undercover spectator area, bbq facilities and well painted to attract attention!
This lovely park has play facilities, a big, well maintained rose garden and is surrounded by these amazing mature palm trees.
Park in small town of Yeoval with undercover picnic table, lovely well maintained gardens with tin animals lining the fence around the park.
Located on Prospect Creek with scenic water views and glimpses of the historic Lansdowne Bridge.
Vast open area with inclusive sporting fields and natural bushlandscapes native to the area.