It’s a huge space with plenty of adult seating and a couple of bbq’s. The equipment caters to a range of age groups and even has a little mini bike track so bring along a bike or scooter. There’s heaps of parking and a toilet block across the road. It’s not fenced and Lake Bonney is across the road so you will need to know where the children are at all times to keep them safe.

We particularly loved the five way swing (and there are a whole bunch of other swings too) and the suspension bridge, plus the cubby houses with underground ‘speaker phones’.

Info about bike track and space, and footy goal posts etc

Dean Drive, Barmera

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