Parks and Recreation
Freds Pass Reserve is a sporting facility which serves the Litchfield Shire. Established in 1977, it is home to 23 sporting and social clubs, and hosts many community events. The reserve hosts the annual Freds Pass Rural Show. Facilities on the site include a multi purpose indoor sports complex, office buildings for resident clubs, a caravan park, playing fields with night lighting, and a recently opened paintball complex. There are also public barbecues, picnic areas and ablutions located on the reserve.
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