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This park is part of a nature reserve, with a small playground that includes a slide, spinner, swings and some cool climbing/balancing equipment

Image credit: City of Playford

It’s a great area for a run around, kick of the ball or somewhere you can sit with the dog (on leash) while the kids have a play

Image credit: City of Playford

There’s not many facilities around though, a bench seat and a rubbish bin is about it. No toilets or shade

Thanks to Amy for this playground review

36 Seavington Road, Elizabeth Park

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