The Sedgwick Public Hall, Recreation and Conservation Reserve
The Sedgwick Public Hall, Recreation and Conservation Reserve aims to reflect an ideal rural life style for the local community and visitors. It is important for providing a diversity of recreational experiences and opportunity for the Sedgwick Community.
The reserve is adjacent to the local CFA, which is located to the south of the public hall. The reserve is made up of two pieces of land, separated by Boyd Lane. One parcel of land (Council owned) provides the public hall, playground and tennis courts. The other much larger parcel of land (Crown land) includes the creek line, bush land and open fields, providing an excellent waterway environment.
The key components of the reserve are
- Sedgwick public hall
- Free electric BBQ for public use
- Children’s playground
- Tennis courts
- Car park/RV stop
- Open space – creek line, bushland and open fields