Dampier Reserve Findon

Play, Playgrounds in Adelaide, West

Dampier Reserve at Findon is great a central neighbourhood playground and reserve for the kids to discover (don’t forget to bring the racquets!). 

You’ll find the following facilities:

  • Nature play
  • Sheltered picnic tables
  • Two tennis courts
  • Play equipment 
  • Basketball ring
  • Public toilets

Not a bad little back street playground which if you are a local, is a great little spot to tire the kids out or have a hit of tennis!

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