Bangalow Parklands – Piccabeen Park - Bangalow


  • Delightful shady reserve
  • Dip your toes in the creek
  • Throw sticks in the weir
  • Collect pine cones
  • Have fun on the playground


General Information

Located on the eastern edge of town, next to Bangalow Museum and Tearooms at the corner of Deacon and Ashton Streets,  Piccabeen Park, formerly known as Bangalow Parklands, is a wonderful shady park practically surrounded by Byron Creek & Bangalow Weir.

Relax in the shade of towering pine trees, paddle in the creek, throw sticks in the weir, step or sit on the large stones, collect a pile of pine cones, have fun on the playground or jump on the enormous rocker which has room for everyone!

Covered picnic tables, barbecues amenities block and ample parking complete the facilities available at this delightful reserve.

If you are in search of refreshments, check out the tempting cakes and pastries on offer at the nearby Heritage House Tearooms open Wednesday to Friday from 10am to 3pm.

It is also worth noting – for those that like to walk their dogs and for those with children that are fearful around them – that this is an off leash dog zone although dogs are prohibited from the area in or within ten (10) metres of the children’s play equipment.