John Reserve Henley Beach

Adelaide Toddler Playgrounds, Play, West

John Reserve Henley Beach is located at 176 – 178 Military Road, Henley Beach

A lovely little fenced off local toddler playground nestled in the beach side suburb of Henley Beach. This playground has nice modern equipment including lots of climbing steps , a tunnel for the kids to crawl through , a groovy little slippery dip, some bouncy animal pieces and a swing set.

Our favourites would be the little merry go round along with the trampoline in the ground ( its pretty cool). Don’t worry it has lots of squishy protection around the outside just in case the kids bounce off . The park is surrounded by a lovely grass area and has lots of trees for the kids to play amongst.

Centred in the middle of the reserve is a picnic table with shelter but unfortunately this park doesn’t have a BBQ,toilets or shade.

In need of food or coffee? There are lots of options in Henley Beach with either a stop at Henley Sq beforehand or Yankee Café or Dulwich Bakery are both on Henley Beach Road and not far from the reserve.

 

180 Military Road Henley Beach

 

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