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Macquarie Park

Macquarie Park, on the banks of the Macquarie River, off Burton St, is particularly beautiful. It has English-style formal gardens and a monument in honour of John Oxley and Charles Sturt who traced the course of the Macquarie River early in the 19th century. Oxley camped near here in 1818 and is further commemorated in the naming of Oxley Park on the other side of the river. Sturt passed by just to the north-east in 1828 and the bridge over the river is named after him. Hundreds of galahs roost in the red gums at sunset.

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