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Jo Gapper Activity Park

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If you like your parks to have a little bit of everything, Jo Gapper Activity Park in Hillbank is definitely worth a look! There’s even a designated area for your fur baby!

There’s a playground, basketball court, tennis court, footy field, walking trail and lookout AND a dog park!

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Unfortunately the playground itself isn’t shaded, but there are two shaded picnic/BBQ areas right next to it so you can escape the sun if needed

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Equipment includes slide, swings, climbing and balancing, ropes, monkey bars, tunnels, rockers and spinners. Something for little kids/toddlers right up to early primary.

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Bigger kids will enjoy the sports areas (basketball, tennis, footy)
Would be great to see a skate park here I think, it’s the perfect spot for it (whaddya think City of Playford?

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Facilities include onsite toilets, BBQ facilities, water fountain, seating/picnic area and plenty of parking.

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Image credit: City of Playford

It’s a great spot for a walk too. You can follow the path all the way around the other side of the reserve up to the lookout.

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And BYO dog to take advantage of the Dog Park which even has a separate area for puppies and small dogs.

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Please note that the gates to the carpark at Jo Gapper Activity Park are shut at sunset each day.

Blackburn Rd, Hillbank

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Roxy

Mum of 3. 6 year old Winnie and her new baby sister Ziggy who was born last year and one 4 legged sausage dog called Frank David. I work from home with my own graphic design business and love watching this little community of Kids in Adelaide-ers grow

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