Parks And Gardens

The Shire of Cunderdin has a number of public parks and gardens kept in excellent condition by the Shire’s gardening team. They are located at the following venues:-


C.Y. O’Connor Park

We are excited to showcase our newest addition, the CY O'Connor Community Park. This park is a hub of activity, with something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you're looking to have a family picnic, let the kids run wild on the play equipment or challenge yourself on the ninja warrior course, this park has it all. With plenty of shade structures and BBQs available, it's the perfect spot to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon. And for those who are more sporty, there's a skate park and basketball court to keep you entertained. The public amenities are clean and well-maintained, making it a comfortable and enjoyable place for all visitors. With lush greenery throughout, the C.Y. O'Connor Community Park is a must-visit destination in the Shire of Cunderdin.

The community park is located on Forrest Street, Cunderdin.

Lions Park

This small playground area is located next the Lions Kiosk in the Main Street of Cunderdin.

Bicentennial Park

Located directly across from the Cunderdin Museum and next to the truck bay in Forrest Street, Bicentennial Park has picnic tables and playground equipment.

Memorial Rose Garden

This lovely garden is located in Lundy Avenue at the end of Memorial Drive. Roses are planted on behalf of pioneering Cunderdin residents and the roses are tended by the Shire gardening team.


Memorial Park

Located in Gabbedy Place, this area has public toilets and an excellent Meckering Earthquake Gazebo full of information, photos and memorabilia from the devastating earthquake experience in 1968.


Apex Park, Cunderdin

This park is located in Gabbedy Place and has a children’s playground and grassed area.

Memorial Rose Garden

Rose Memorial Garden (credit Brian Shepherd)

This wonderful community project is located directly across from Apex Park and features a Gazebo and a beautiful array of roses planted on behalf of loved ones. If you would like to plant a rose or would like more information about the Memorial Rose Garden please contact Sandie Laird on 08 9625 1325.

You will also notice a structure erected to show what many of the doorways looked like after the Meckering Earthquake.