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Graham Forrest Reserve Nature Playground, Strathalbyn

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Forrest nature Reserve Playspace features a large expanse of grass perfect for ball games, although there is no fencing between the park and the quiet suburban streets. There is a fantastic twin flying fox that will keep the kids amused for hours! The playground features one covered and one uncovered slide, a large wooden boat, and a pair of swings.

Large boulders and a large log and tree have been turned into a fun, natural playspace. Lovely wood carvings surround one of the picnic tables. There is a large sandpit where you can dig to uncover the “dinosaur”, sure to keep little ones amused. There is a little bike track great for small riders.

There are picnic tables in tree shade but there is little cover in inclement weather.

Outside of school hours the most convenient parking is at the adjacent kindergarten, otherwise street parking is available. There are no toilets on site and there is no wheelchair access to any of the equipment or tables.

Find it at Burkett Drive, Strathalbyn

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Roxy

I'm a Mum of 2 girls (aged 7 and 1) and also one 4 legged fur baby sausage dog called Frank David. I work from home with my own graphic design business as well as lots of KiA hours spent in my home office. My family balance out the work/school hours with lots of beach time, walks, bike rides skates, scooters and surfs. We like being outside.

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