Since 2001, the gardens have been established,
public toilets, BBQs and covering sheds plus tables and seating have
been installed, all of which are available free of charge to the public, travelers and locals alike. These facilities are maintained and paid
for by the Society and are available at any time all year round.
Lighting around the park is also maintained by the Society.
The park and gardens have been fenced making it a safe area for
children to play. A childrens playground has been provided. The
fencing itself tells a story of the community. Each panel was paid for
by a member of the community who live in the area, or by descendants of
pioneers of the area.
The grounds are now maintained mostly by the
efforts of Geoff Dunbar and other volunteers and are considered to be one
of the better parks along the Highway. They are frequently used by travelers who comment on how clean and well maintained they are. It is
a matter of pride to the volunteers to maintain this reputation. A
working windmill in the grounds is not only a display piece, but
provides water for the public facilities and the garden.