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Glandore Community Centre in Glandore is a neighbourhood playground with 2 playgrounds.

The Marie Gregan Playground is located just off Malwa Street and the other is attached to the Rugby Building and is available for function bookings.

Marie Gregan Playground

The Marie Gregan Playground features a multistation with a slide, plastic climbing net, noughts and crosses, a spiral fireman pole and double angled sliding bars.

There's a 3 on 3 basketball court between two buildings near the playground.

If you'd like to play volley ball you can borrow the net from reception during office hours and string it up on the 2 volley ball poles on the grassed area on the corner of Malwa Street and Naldera Street.

There's plenty of shade and you can explore the rest of the grounds at Glandore Community Centre.

Recognising Marie Gregan...

Marie Gregan served as a City of Marion Councillor from 1987 to 1993 (East Ward, Ward 1).

She campaigned to stop the Mobile Library service from being closed, was a strong supporter of the Glandore Community Centre and worked tirelessly to improve services and policy with the aged community.

After a prolonged battle with cancer she passed away on 6 May 1993.

The naming of the playground was the way the community chose to acknowledge her service (Council purchased the Glandore Community Centre from the State Government later in 1995).

Photo of Council c1990

Back row L to R: 
Muriel Hill (Ward 4), Vincent Brown (Ward 3), Ingrid O’Sullivan (Ward 5), Keith Usher (City Manager), Myles Cundy (Ward 2), Doug Wenham (Ward 1), Mavis Sansom (Ward 5), Graham Watts (Ward 3).

Front Row L to R: 
Joan Herraman (Ward 2), Geoff Slater (Ward 4), Alderman David Woodhouse, His Worship the Mayor Kevin Hodgson, Aldermen Colin Haines and Marjorie Schulze, Marie Gregan (Ward 1).

Aldermen Graham Crunkhorn and Clem Senior, Jeff Tate (Deputy City Manager), Richard Atkin (City Engineer).

Rugby Building Playground

The playground at the Rugby Building is fully enclosed and available as part of the hall hire of the building.

There is a small multistation with slide, a kangaroo springer and a sandpit.


Glandore Community Centre is available for hire.  For further information visit our Halls and meeting rooms for hire webpage.

Mike Turtur Bikeway | City to Glenelg

The City of Marion has a number of reserves along or near to the Mike Turtur Bikeway (listed from the City to Glenelg).  Why not spend a day exploring them?


Nearby parks

Glandore Oval Image 1

Glandore Oval


Margaret Street

Toilets (daylight hours)
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Yapinga Street Reserve Multistation 2

Yapinga Street Reserve

South Plympton

Yapinga Street

Reserve Fencing | Fully fenced
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The Crescent Reserve Playground 2

The Crescent Reserve


The Crescent

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