Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
All Council owned playgrounds, skate parks and recreation equipment/facilities are now closed to the public. This is keeping in line with Federal Government guidelines aimed at managing the exposure and spread of COVID-19.
Please note that Council's open spaces remain open and available for public use, in accordance with the recommended social distancing and appropriate hygiene practices.
For all the latest info about what's opened and closed, visit the Disruption to Council services page.
The tranquil setting of Collins Park provides the perfect family escape.
Located in the centre of the park is a playground for the kids with mature trees providing plenty of shady spots. Conveniently located around the playground is a gazebo, a double bbq and picnic benches with the large trees providing shade for most of the day.
The trees are really the highlight of the park, with varieties such as Bunya Pines and Plane trees. Most of the trees are over 100 years old.
Erected by Comrades, Admirers and Family to the memory of Joseph F. Palazzi of N.S.W contingent M.R. who fell at Palmietfontein in South Africa 19th July 1900, Aged 22 years.
Cast in 1795 by F.S Kinsman of England originally a Warships gun. At some date unknown this gun was offloaded and fitted with wheels used in 1851 to quell the gold riots at landing flats. Towards the end of the 19th Century, it was brought to Wagga Wagga to mark the noon day as at that time Wagga Wagga had no town clock. In later years only fired on Empire Day (24th May).
Originally located at the race course it was later moved to it's present location.
- BBQ Shelters