Dwight Reserve Elizabeth park

North, Play, Playgrounds in Adelaide

‘Dwight Reserve’, located on the corner of Yorktown and Adams Rd is a nice little spot for the locals with some cool equipment and a HEAP of space.

It has a car park, shaded seating, park benches, rubbish bins and a large oval nearby (bring the footy or a kite!). It doesn’t have secure fencing or toilets but is great for a quick play after school or a picnic on the weekend. I do love the multi-ring basketball bucket…sort of reminds me of Greenhills at Victor Harbor and beating my brother when we were kids! So make sure you pack the car with ALL of the balls, kites and frizbees.

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