This epic new skate park has just opened to the public this week and if your kids love to ride, skate or scoot you HAVE to put this on your school holidays to do list.

Image credit: LCS Landscapes

The $1.15m recreation park includes a skate park, BMX track and nature play space with basket swing and slide. There’s also a creek that’s great for water play so bring your boots and maybe a change of clothes!

Image credit: LCS Landscapes
Image credit: LCS Landscapes

You can access the Mount Compass Recreation Park from a number of surrounding streets including Anderson Street, Waye Court, Haywood Court and Eckers Court. If you’re not familiar with Mount Compass and you are travelling from the Victor Harbor main road, turn off at the Tay Road intersection and follow your nose until you turn right onto Waye Street and Waye Court.

Thanks to LCS Lanscapes for the images

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