Where we are

This is an open parkland in the middle of Kununurra with plenty of shade trees including the distinctive Boab trees unique to the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The park is well maintained and sits on the banks of the Ord River's Lily Creek Lagoon

The park takes its name from the practice, commencing in the 1980s, of having visiting celebrities plant a tree in the park memorialised by a plaque. This has included  John Farnham, Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, Baz Luhrmann, Rolf Harris, Governor Generals and many others. The park contains about 30 trees, ranging in age from 90 years to a few years or less.

This park can make for calm and peaceful location for a wedding ceremony.