Autumn Park, on the corner of Drayton and Cairns Streets, Nanango, is a popular recreational spot. Established by Nanango Shire Council in 1997, the park sits on the original site of the town's old cattle saleyard. The first stockyards built here belonged to Jacob Goode and were located between his Inn and Chinaman's Waterhole.
Today, Autumn Park provides an appealing entry to the township of Nanango and is a National Serviceman's Memorial Park. The flag flies day and night as a constant reminder of the contribution of the young men of the district who served their country.
Pubic toilet facilities are located in the park.