Ryrie Park is a very popular stopping place in Braidwood. The park boasts new, modern electric barbecues, picnic seating and public toilets. It is a short walk to the delightful shops of Braidwood. The playground is a children’s delight and the many trees here a delight to the dogs that are welcome to visit, on lead, of course.
Ryrie Park was known after Stewart Ryrie who was an early settler to the region being a surveyor and a pastoralist.