A much loved public parkland, Baromi Park runs the length of Mirboo North and is home to children’s play equipment, flying fox, skate park, BBQs, public toilets and a live music sound shell.
Events held in the park include a monthly market, the Italian Festa, and Christmas in the Boo.
Coal Creek Community Park and Museum is a recreated heritage village that depicts the history of the district from 1870 to 1920. The original and replica buildings tell the story of everyday life of our early migrants. Housing a collection of industrial, agricultural and social history.
The site can host small to larger events, utilising existing buildings or the grounds of the park.
Meeniyan Recreation Reserve is located a short distance from the town centre and the Great Southern Rail Trail. The reserve is utilised for local sport and events including the Meeniyan Garlic Festival.
Car parking available at the recreation reserve, rail trail precinct area and within the town.
Previous events have also worked with nearby Stony Creek Racecourse and included bus services.
Loch Railway Siding, the home of Loch Food and Wine Festival and Loch Market. An open grassed area, that runs parallel to the Great Southern Rail Trail. Conveniently located within walking distance of Loch township.
Leongatha Recreation Reserve features cycling track, skate park, aquatic centre and community sporting clubs.
Activities include AFL, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Croquet, Cycling, Golf, Little Athletics, Netball, Skating, Small Bore Rifle Club, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball.
Located mid-way between Leongatha and Mirboo North, Mossvale Park is a picturesque park surrounded by English and European ornamental trees and shrubs. The park was developed by Francis Moss who developed a substantial nursery and planted vast quantities of deciduous trees.
Mossvale Park is home to many events including the Victorian Concert Orchestra who utilises the park’s sound shell. The venue has a capacity for 500 to 5,000 people.
Additional car parking options can be explored. Please contact South Gippsland Shire Council for further assistance.