In cooperation with The Be'er-Sheva Foundation, the City of Beersheva and the Australian government, the Foundation erected a spacious park in the city containing playground equipment for special needs children from the surrounding Jewish and Bedouin communities. The Park also features an amphitheater for public events, a memorial sculpture of a Lighthorseman during the Charge on Beersheva, and informational plaques honoring the contribution of the Anzac Soldiers during World War I.

The Park Opening, on April 28th, 2008, was a momentous occasion for both Israel and Australia, and marked the first visit of the Governor General of Australia to Israel.

The ceremonies included addresses by the Hon. Governor General Michael Jeffries, President Shimon Peres, former Brig –Gen. Mayor of Beersheva Yaakov Terner and Richard Pratt z"l, with full Australian Honor Guard and thousands in attendance.