This park sits directly opposite the Patawalonga and has a small playground along with lots of grassed area. It is a great playground/park to utilise if you want to head down for a walk or bike round around the Patawalonga or if heading to Glenelg North Beach.

The playground has a slippery dip, swing set including baby swing, a few toddler bouncy animals along with a couple of climbing wall features. Beside the playground is sits a small bike track for beginners.

There is a picnic table but unfortunately this area has no BBQ facilities, toilets or shade at ALL on the reserve. You will find BBQ facilities on the other side of the road along the Patawalonga.

The park is half fenced off along the main road closest to the playground but not on the side streets.

Lots of parking around the park and if in need of a coffee there is a new coffee shop called Coffee Time a 5 min walk up to Tapleys Hill Road .

Corner of Adelphi Terrace and Mac Farlane St Glenelg North


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