Donadea Forest Park
The Park is a designated National Heritage Area.
There are many historical features including the remains of Donadea Castle and walled gardens, St. Peter's church, an ice house and boat house. The Lime tree avenue planted in the 19th century formed the original entrance to the estate.
Another feature of the park is the 9/11 Memorial, a scaled replica of the twin towers carved in limestone.
The small lake is brimming with flora and fauna including mallard duck, waterhen, fish and a beautiful display of water lilies in the summer.There is a cafe open throughout the year.