Find it at: Main St, Warooka

Warooka oval playground received a neat little upgrade in 2022 thanks to the Yorke Peninsula council, and makes for a perfect pitstop at the bottom of Yorkes. Lets rattle off the features;

  • Gazebo with 2 x BBQs and seating.
  • Flying fox
  • Seesaw
  • Climbing spider web
  • Monkey bars
  • Slides
  • Twisty dizzying pole thing
  • Sea themed baby rockers
  • A bucket of sand toys
  • Cubby house
  • Feng Shui garden
  • Footy oval
  • Basketball and netball courts (albeit locked)
  • Toilets

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