Kurt Fearnley Park is located in the heart of Carcoar, the hometown of the Paralympian Kurt Fearnley. The park has beautiful views of the Belubula River and the iconic Carcoar bridge. Enjoy a picnic…
Kurt Fearnley Park is located in the heart of Carcoar, the hometown of the Paralympian Kurt Fearnley. The park has beautiful views of the Belubula River and the iconic Carcoar bridge. Enjoy a picnic or barbecue at the park and a walk along the river. Kurt Fearnley park is perfectly located just off the main street in Carcoar.
Kurt Fearnley is a three-time Paralympic gold medallist and two-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist. He has won over 30 marathons, including New York, Chicago and London in a career spanning more than 20 years. In 2009 Kurt crawled the Kokoda Track, in Papua New Guinea, to raise awareness of men’s health. Kurt was also a member of the winning Sydney to Hobart yacht crew, Investec Loyal, in 2012. He was the 2019 Australian of the Year.
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