Find it at: Bilyara Rd, Tanunda

Huge news out of Tanunda with the opening of their fabulous new inclusive playground in December 2022.

The new Playground has been made possible by State Government grant funding of $330,221 and a Council contribution of $782,800, making it a total budget of $1,113,000

Features of the Inclusive Playground include a flying fox, trampolines, climbing/elevated play, slides, swings, sand and water play, barbecue shelter, drink fountain, seating and an all-access toilet block.

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