Things to do
In a South Australian first, a new inclusive playground at Hendrie Street Reserve in Park Holme has been designed to cater for all ages and abilities and includes elements for a broad range of disabilities.
Consideration has been given to children who may have mobility issues, vision / hearing impairments and spectrum disorders such as autism.
This playground will be a regional playground for the City of Marion.
Find out more on Making Marion.
The reserve features a large grassy area for picnics or informal ball sports.
Bring a ball and shoot some hoops on the 3 basketball court or chill out and watch the world go by on the seating provided throughout the reserve.
There is a toilet in the south western corner of the reserve.
Ample car parking, including disabled parking, is available.
Dig and Delve is the iconic giant shovel-shaped sculpture by Laura Wills and William Cheesman at the centre of the playground. Find out more on our Art in public places webpage.
Stay and have a swim or ride the slides at the Marion Outdoor Pool.