The Sturt Reserve at Murray Bridge is a belter and well worth the trip up the freeway.

Located on the foreshore of the Murray, it can get a tad (very) windy at times but if you time it right, you won’t find a more beautiful spot to spend the arvo.

The playground itself is massive, in fact you would be hard pressed to find a larger undercover playground anywhere, with several playgrounds enclosed within (and a pirate ship!). Oh and its fully fenced too.

Just outside the playground, they have set up one of those “outdoor exercisey” set ups, presumably for parents who feel guilty after a huge pub lunch, but have a crack if you are that way inclined.

We love the variety here though. With a brand new pump track, skate park, rage cage (multi sport cage thingy) and of course the world famous (well…SA famous) Murray Bridge Bunyip, what else can you want! The Bunyip is free now too.

It also has heaps of parking, toilets, BBQs, seating and a massive grassed area for whatever activity takes your fancy (decent kite spot for fellow kite aficionados). The area also acts as the port for a heap of river cruises too so check them out!

You might also be interested in

  • 'Dwight Reserve', located on the corner of Yorktown and Adams Rd is a nice little spot for the locals with some cool equipment and a HEAP of space. It has a car park, shaded seating, park benches, rubbish bins and a large oval nearby (bring the footy or a kite!). It doesn't have secure fencing or toilets but is great for a quick play after school or a picnic on the weekend. I do love the multi-ring basketball bucket...sort of reminds me of Greenhills at Victor Harbor and beating my brother when we were kids! So make sure you pack the car with ALL of the balls, kites and frizbees.

  • What a fantastic spot this is, tucked away in the very quiet back streets of Royal Park. Heaps of space, including the nearby soccer oval and surrounding beautiful grassed area, this is such a good family playground. With heaps of off road parking, you will find fantastic equipment to suit all ages including a massive rock climbing tube slide tower and rope climb aparatus for the older ninjas. Then for the younger ones there is a couple of swing sets and a smaller slide set which is the perfect toddler height. Plenty of natural shade as well as under cover seating as well as some nature play logs to try out too. No toilets that we could see which is a shame. The public tennis court is right next to the playground as well in case you fancy a hit. A really beautiful playground this one which your kids will love!

  • The Pine Reserve playground in Aberfoyle Park offers a mixture of nature play and forest adventure, combined with an obstacle course style play structure designed in the mid 90s in collaboration with the army. But unlike many 1990s things, this playground has aged well and is still great fun for all ages. Given the rise in popularity of shows like Australian ninja warrior and ultimate beast master, this playground will have kids racing each other around the ninja-style obstacles in no time. The main playground isn't fenced, and is a part of a relatively large pine forest, so keeping a close eye on kids is important. For the little ones though there is a small structure and swing set located in a fully fenced section of the park, directly next to the main playground. Whilst there are no toilets, and no BBQs, there is ample shade under the huge pine trees, some benches, and a half netball and half basketball court nearby. With paths through the pine forest and a creek that is great for catching tadpoles, this is a park in which kids could lose themselves in their imaginations for hours. I know I did growing up, and my…

Looking for something?

Search
Generic filters

GL_Pasadena_300x300_SideBanner

GL_Pasadena_300x300_SideBanner

LEGO SYSTEM AU

Baby Bunting

HotelsCombined

Love to Dream