This little hidden gem is full of things to do, you can easily spend a day here!

Theres newly refurbished tennis courts that you can access, as well as basketball courts to practice on. So much open area for nature walks and picnics. Great little playground aimed at 3-8 year olds, but most importantly a huge flying fox for all ages.

The best part of this place is the bike/scooter track which has all the usual road signs and traffic lights so the kids can practice their road rules. Theres also a book which explains each of the signs.

Theres a funky amenities block, bbq and undercover seating. So grab a coffee at the nearby Southgate Plaza and head on down.

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