Things to do
Warradale Park Reserve in Warradale is a neighbourhood playground that was upgraded in 2014 with shade sails added in June 2018.
It's a short walk (700m, 9min) from Westfield Marion if you are looking to take a break from shopping to reconnect to the outdoors.
Nature play elements are scattered throughout this playground with balancing logs and boulders to clamber or sit on.
The junior playground has a small multistation with stairs and a slide which is perfect for toddlers looking for adventure.
There is a standard and a baby swing adjacent to the multistation...or get 3 friends together to use the duck springer.
Older children will be challenged on the senior multistation with monkey bars and a rotating element.
Bring a ball and shoot some hoops on the 3 on 3 basketball court or the netball ring. Cricket fans can train to be the next Don Bradman with the cricket net.
There's a large grassy kick about area for ball sports or a picnic.
The reserve incorporates a meandering path and landscaping around the large trees which has enhanced the natural qualities of the site and accessibility. Bring a scooter or walk some laps while the kids play.
It's a great place for the family to visit with picnic facilities including a BBQ, seating, drinking fountain and dog.
Warradale Park Reserve is home to the Warradale Tennis Club. Find out more of their website.
Dwyer RoadView park
Tuesday 04 Sep 2018
Our courts will be more accessible to the public with Book a Court - an online court booking and payment platform that connects with pin pad technology on a club’s gate.
Tuesday 17 Jul 2018
Parks and Playgrounds Newsletter for June 2018.