Where: Whyatt Street, Glenelg East

As I rocked up to this playground my first reaction was WOW. This recently upgraded playground is huge and would appeal to a variety of ages. This playground is fully fenced and has lots of different styles of climbing equipment for the kids. The play equipment has enough to keep the big kids and little ones entertained, with the flying fox a real hit here (at least the kids get a decent ride!)

The tower and tube slide is perfect for the slightly older kids, but we just love the stunning vibe here, with open space and plenty of greenery to lap up.

The reserve also features lots of grass to play on, toilets, basketball court, as well as an undercover BBQ area with tables.

Whilst there are quite a few trees around the reserve the only down fall to this wonderful playground is there is NO shade over the equipment. Such a shame. I

In need of a coffee Market on Maxwell ( located on Maxwell Tce ) is only a short walk away

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