Sarina Field of Dreams
The Field of Dreams Parkland is dedicated to the ideals of optimism, resourcefulness and resilience. Like the 1989 movie of the same name - Sarina is a town inspired by the dreams of men and women with the courage to pursue the future with unwavering vision and purpose. People and families who, over generations, put everything on the line to build strong and sustainable industries, who pulled together through good times and bad and in so doing, created a vibrant and robust community spirit. That legacy lives on in the parkland. The buildings, tours and attractions are more than vestiges of the past. They are a celebration of Sarina today. The stories of the cane, cattle, coal and clever country people are now told through the army of local volunteers who together each day, manage and maintain the parkland for the benefit of all.
With a state-of-the-art Visitor Information Centre, and Sarina Sugar Shed offering tours and beyond, as well as the Arts & Crafts Centre continuing that pioneering spirit and run completely by volunteers, the Sarina Field of Dreams is a must see on your southbound or northbound travels.
Visit the “Field of Dreams” Parklands to discover historical and educational attractions including the Sarina Tourist Art and Craft Centre, the Sarina Historical Centre and the Sarina Art Gallery. You’ll also find Australia’s only miniature sugar mill and distillery here, Sarina Sugar Shed, providing a fun and interactive way to learn about the sugar industry.
The Art & Craft Centre & Visitor Information Centre is open 7 days a week from 9.00am - 1.00pm. There is plenty of parking and open space for the kids to play including a small covered playground.
Facilities at the Field of Dreams Parklands include:
• Parking – cars, RV’s & Caravans and Bus
• Free effluent dump point
• Public & disabled toilets
• Disability access
• Rest area
• Picnic tables
• BBQ facilities
• Rubbish bins
The Township of Sarina is located just a short stroll from the Sarina Field of Dreams.