Things to do
Aldridge Avenue Reserve in Plympton Park is a neighbourhood playground that was upgraded in December 2013 with shade sails added in June 2018.
The playground features a bright multistation with spiral slide with a bead panel and imagination play shop/cafe below.
To the side there is a spider climbing net and pommel course.
There’s also a twin-springer, a baby swing and standard swing.
Bring all your sports balls to this reserve as there’s plenty to do!
3 on 3 basketball court for the 36ers-in-training and a netball ring for those who aspire to play for the Thunderbirds.
Or aim for the Australian Open and bring your tennis racquets.
A grassy kick about area has plenty of space to kick a footy or soccer ball.
There’s a compacted gravel path circling the courts which is perfect for learning BMX or trail riding.
A sheltered picnic table next to two BBQs and a drinking fountain make this a great reserve to spend some time in.
Bench seating is scattered through the reserve, close to the playground and also on the other side of the courts.
A dog bag station and dog bowl on the drinking fountain means your pooch is also looked after.
Although there are no toilets at this reserve there are some a short walk away (10min) at Plympton Oval.