Commodore Reserve, Pt Elliot

Beach, Play, Playgrounds in Adelaide, Regional Playgrounds

What is lacks in equipment it more than makes up for with oceanside scenery! Commodore Reserve is located at one end of Horseshoe Bay. It’s a long grassy spot that’s perfect for a picnic, ball games and it’s long narrow shape is IDEAL for a game of beach cricket.

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There’s also a giant nest swing that kids will love.

Lots of parking available and BBQ and toilets on site. It’s a great spot to spend an arvo

Oh and don’t forget the delicious Pt Elliot Bakery is just up the road.

Find it at Basham Parade Port Elliot

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