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Skipper Close Reserve Teaser Pic
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.

Playground upgrade

Unleash your inner ninja as you take on the wooden warrior course at Skipper Close Reserve.
Test your balance on the walking beams. Challenge your skills on the log steppers. Tackle the heights of the climbing logs. Take on the monkey bars as you test your strength and coordination abilities.

Younger children will enjoy the multistation with the new slide and the double swing set with a baby and standard swing. There is a scooter/junior bike trail surrounding the upgraded site, ideal for cycling beginners with softfall and grass on either side of the track.

Skipper Close Reserve, Hallett Cove is a local playground which was upgraded in 2020. The community was consulted on their playground needs in November and December 2018.

The reserve contains a sheltered picnic table and picturesque views across a small gully. Seating and irrigated garden beds were added as part of the upgrade.

Project History

Council Endorsements

Site Amenities

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


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