Glade Crescent Reserve Playground, Hallett Cove

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This playspace is located just off Quailo Avenue at Glade Crescent Reserve, Hallett Cove is a wonderful space for varying ages. We visited on the weekend with our 2-year-old and she loved it!

The park is divided into two sections, one for juniors and one for seniors so there’s something for all ages here.

The junior side has 3 slides of different heights and widths. There’s a train to play in and a few different types of toddler swings. The slides are shaded so no burnt bums going down!

The senior playground has a great flying fox that is the highlight and also has lots of nature based items to balance and climb on. There’s a big sandpit and even a really fun bike/scooter path, so pack your wheels!

There’s lots of space and shade here. Plenty of seating, tables, water fountains and a couple of BBQs. A great spot for a birthday party.

A toilet is located on the Quailo Avenue side of the reserve.

Glade Crescent Reserve
Where: Glade Crescent and Quailo Avenue, Hallett Cove (if you’re heading South down Lonsdale Road, turn right at Patpa Dr/Quailo Ave at the Hallett Cove shopping centre, then continue along a short distance and the playground is on your left)

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