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Skipper Close Reserve, Hallett Cove

Location:
Skipper Close
Sports
Watch This Space Playground Coming Soon
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.

There are no toilets at this reserve. Find the nearest one on the National Public Toilet Map.


NEW PLAYGROUND

Skipper Close Reserve in Hallett Cove is a local playground scheduled to be upgraded in the Playground Framework.
The reserve contains a sheltered picnic table and expansive views across a small gully. Loose-surfaced paths connect through the reserve.

We are excited to announce the addition of a playground as final designs have been completed.
We consulted with the community on their playground needs in November to December 2018.

From this feedback we have incorporated the following considerations:

  • Monkey Bar
  • Slide
  • Swing
  • Timber Logs and Steppers
  • Seating
  • Irrigated Garden Beds

Construction is anticipated to commence in 2020.

Project Timescales
2019/2020 Financial Year | Construction
2018/2019 Financial Year | Design and consultation

Here is the final concept plan that has been developed:

Final Concept Plan

Project History

Council Endorsements

About the reserve

Skipper Close Reserve is in Hallett Cove.

There's a sheltered picnic table and expansive views across a small gully. Loose-surfaced paths connect through the reserve.

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