Baden Powell Park


Baden Powell Park

Lot 107 Sixth Street
Murray Bridge
Facilities Park

Baden Powell Park

 Baden Powell Park

Baden Powell Park is the triangle of land bounded by Sixth Street, Railway Terrace and the Murray Bridge Town Hall.

Features of this land include a public carpark with a time limit on some parking, a community building, public toilets and large shade trees. The back entrance to the Town Hall is also accessible via this park.

The Baden Powell Park was named after Sir Baden Powell, who was a Boer War veteran and founder of Boy Scouts in 1900. The official opening cairn is now located at the Adelaide Road Scout Hall.

The community building in Baden Powell Park was once home to the Murray Bridge Library.

The Baden Powell Park Community Building is presently leased.

This park is not available for hire.

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