Where: Everard Avenue, Keswick

*** April 2021 Update – Consultation closed on upgrade***

We stumbled across this fab little fully fenced playground and found out later that it is in the process of getting a major upgrade! Stay tuned to see how the plans unfold over the next few months.

As it stands this place is a fantastic local facility, with a shaded modern playground full of unique climbing areas for the kids to explore. The whole playground is shaded by sails in fact, with a number of play areas with a range of equipment to suit most ages.

Throw in a fantastic oval, basketball court and tennis court facilities, and this precinct becomes a one stop shop for a fab arvo for the locals. Plenty of off street parking, BBQ facilities, toilets and water fountains round off a nice little spot.

It will be exciting to see what the City of West Torrens have in store for this great facility.

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