Find it at: Bay road, Venus Bay

The Dolly Graham Memorial Playground is a nice little stop to shake out the legs after a long drive to the Eyre Peninsula, or if you’re lucky enough to be staying a few nights in this beautiful region a nice playground to spend an hour or two.

This brightly coloured Dolly Graham Playground is located between the Venus Bay Jetty and the Caravan Park and has a few slides, climbing frames, rockers, monkey bars, five swings including a nest swing (with a great view) and a little mini basketball court. It’s actually a great little spot, toddlers and younger kids will love it, and the basketball court and monkey bars will hopefully keep older kids busy for a while.

Pop over to the Venus Bay Foreshore Tourist Park next door which has a little kiosk inside where you can grab hot food, snacks, coffee, sandwiches and some other grocery items.

Not fenced, not shaded. Public toilet located in the jetty carpark not far away.

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