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Bettles Park

Venue Address: 1 Sketchley St Raymond Terrace

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Bettles Park is a popular "Driver Reviver" stop on Adelaide Street just after the roundabout at the Raymond Terrace turn off on the Pacific Highway.

Facilities

  • Public amenities
  • Sheltered barbeque & picnic facilities
  • Play equipment
  • Cycle way & footpath
  • Recreational vehicle (RV) dump point

The historic Sketchley Cottage and Pioneer Museum are across from the park. The cottage was built in 1850 by ex-convict William Sketchley and is an example of an early colonial pit-sawn split-slab farmhouse.

How to get there