McLachlan Park

This reserve stretches along the shores of the Clarence River and provides facilities including amenities, bbq's and picnic tables. The reserve is also known as 'the Boulevard' and contains a major bus stop for Maclean.

General Description
of Park:
This riverbank reserve stretches along the shores of the Clarence River in Maclean and provides a variety of picnicking opportunities, public amenities, pontoons, bbq's and shelters for locals and travellers alike.  Known also as 'the Boulevard' it contains a major bus stop for Maclean. 
Location: Link to Google Maps River Street
Activities: Rest stop for travellers, some fishing and boating, a pleasant place within the town to rest and enjoy the river.
Facilities: Car Park
Toilets (Shower available)
Disabled Toilets Available
Riverside walk, viewing wharf and linking pathways
Pontoons (Power/Water/Sewer Pump out for boats available)
Picnic Tables (wheel chair accessible)
BBQ 's (wheel chair accessible)
Drinking Water Available
Power (Single & 3-phase power available)
NOTES: Link to The National Public Toilet Map website Toilets locked at dusk and opened at daylight

This Park is an Alcohol Prohibited Area all hours.

Organised activities involving large group sizes are required to book with Council and will be subject to a fee for use and are required to complete an Application for Temporary Licence for Recreational Use of Park Form.

This is NOT an "off leash dog area"


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