Confederation Park is an Edwardian Era, Victoria inspired public park and features a system of broad, tree-lined walks and lawns designed in a simple, balanced, rectilinear pattern, with a central circular water feature.
It was completed by 1927 and was described in the Exhibition publication called the Holiday times in 1928:
The park is attractively laid out with trees, shrubs, flowers and lawns and is a real beauty spot on the grounds. A beautiful fountain which occupies a central position in the park has been erected. The fountain has 18 large sprays, 20 feet in height and has a basin 50 feet in diameter.