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Oaklands Estate Reserve (southern end of Oaklands Reserve) will be a regional playground that will incorporate additional recreation facilities, play opportunities, pathway connections, picnic facilities and landscaping across the site.
The design has considered the existing site features including the biodiversity corridor, vineyard, Japanese garden, significant trees and play opportunities.
The works will occur over two stages to enable parts of the reserve to remain open during the construction (areas under construction will be closed off).
On 25 July 2017, Council endorsed the final concept plan and proceeding to detailed design, development approvals, procurement and construction phases of work.
Design work was undertaken through 2017/2018, with construction planned for 2018/2019.
Extensive consultation informed the design. View the consultation report:
Oaklands Reserve | Oaklands Estate Reserve | Consultation Report | June 2017
The 6-hectare reserve forms part of a larger 12-hectare site which is bound by Oaklands Road to the north, Oaklands Estate Reserve to the east, the Adelaide to Noarlunga rail line to the south, and the Sturt River to the west.
Thursday 10 Jan 2019
Construction update for Stage 1 of the Oaklands Estate Reserve upgrade. Shelters and BBQ facilities are being installed. The dryland creek is being redeveloped into a nature play area and nature play equipment added. Pathways and retaining walls are being constructed.
Tuesday 16 Oct 2018
Oaklands Estate Reserve will be a regional playground that will incorporate recreation and picnic facilities, play opportunities, pathway connections and landscaping. The works will occur over two stages to enable parts of the reserve to remain open during the construction (Oct 2018 - June 2019).
Tuesday 17 Jul 2018
Parks and Playgrounds Newsletter for June 2018.
Monday 25 Jun 2018
Notice of Works for Oaklands Recreation Plaza Stage 2. During the construction the wooden decked pathway on the western side of the site will be closed. The skate park and eastern side of the site will remain accessible. For further information and to view the plans, read the article.