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Shamrock Road Reserve, Hallett Cove

Location:
Shamrock Road
Playground suitability:
0-3 years, 3-5 years, 5-12 years, 12+
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This is an off-leash park where dogs can exercise off-leash, except within 5 metres of a playground, at a wetland or when organised sport is being played.

NEW PLAYGROUND BEING CONSTRUCTED 2018/2019

Shamrock Road Reserve is a neighbourhood playground which is scheduled in the Playground Framework to be upgraded.

Project Timescales
2017/2018 Financial Year | Design and consultation
2018/2019 Financial Year | Construction

Design and Consultation

View the concept plan and Community Engagement Report below.

About the reserve

Shamrock Road Reserve in Hallett Cove is neighbourhood reserve.  It features 6 tennis courts, a playground, toilets and is conveniently located near Hallett Cove Beach train station.

Existing playground

The playground features a multistation with stairs, ladder, tunnel and slide.  A swing set with two baby swings is situated under the tree next to the multistation.

Hallett Cove Beach Tennis Club

Hallett Cove Beach Tennis Club was founded in 1980.

There are 6 courts, with lighting for night-time tennis for 3 courts.  There is a large clubhouse with kitchen, bar and BBQ facilities.

Social tennis is welcomed. as well as memberships for Juniors and Seniors.  The Club is in the Glenelg District Tennis Association and affiliated with Tennis SA.  Coaching is also available.

Find out more: Hallett Cove Beach Tennis Club.

Nearby Points of Interest

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Playground
BBQ
Toilets (daylight hours)
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