Herb Stanford Memorial Park & Scottish Cairn

Day Use Area

2.5 from 2 users

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Harwood St, Maclean, New South Wales

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Small park area with street parking, set on a hill overlooking the townsite and Clarence River. A place to stop and have a short break. Nothing special unless you have Scottish heritage. It celebrates the Scotts that settled this area in the 1800s. Lots of tartans painted on poles and and a rock cairn made of rocks from Scotland and Australia.

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Lat: -29.46221 Lng: 153.203778

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enjoy_the_breeze

This is a day use area. A place to stop and have a short break. It's ok. Nothing special unless you have Scottish heritage. It celebrates the Scotts that settled this area in the 1800s. Lots of tartans painted on poles and and a rock cairn made of rocks from Scotland and Australia.

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Albanbino

This is not a rest AREA ! You can't stay here overnight, it's just a normal parking ! Be careful !

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