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Best Parks in the Brimbank District

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by Ms. Samantha (subscribe)
Ms. Samantha - PhD Candidate, Psychology INSTAGRAM SAMANTHAGAUCII
Published December 12th 2012
A free fun day out in the sun for the whole family
There is a warm breeze blowing, the sun is shinning and there is not a cloud in sight. Finally summer has arrived. Summer is such a lovely time to enjoy the outdoors. One activity that can be enjoyed by families, couples and even pets is a day out at the park. A day out at the park can be a free outing, which everyone will enjoy. Also, going to the park can be whatever you decide to make of it. A day out at the park can be about exercise and keeping fit, relaxing in the sun with a good book and being surrounded by fresh air or a hassle free BBQ with friends or family.

I have listed some of the Brimbank's District parks that are good for a fun day out.

The Lakes Reserve - Chichester Drive, Taylors Lakes

Image Courtesy of Brimbank City Council
The Lakes Reserve is a great place to have a family or group picnic and can be accessed by bicycle along the Taylors Creek Recreational Trail.
 


Isabella Williams Memorial Reserve - Opie Road, Deer Park

Image Courtesy of Brimbank City Council
Isabella Williams Memorial Reserve which includes a playground with state-of-the-art playground equipment, imaginative play opportunities, outdoor gym equipment, BBQs, paths, shade shelters, display gardens, grassed areas and plenty of trees.
 

  • Playground

  • BBQ

  • Shelter

  • Toilet

  • Drinking Fountain

  • Paths


  • Buckingham Reserve - Sunshine West

    Image Courtesy of Brimbank City Council
  • Playground

  • Shelter

  • Drinking Fountain

  • Paths

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    Cliff Harvey Lagoon Reserve - Old Calder Hwy, Keilor Village

    Image Courtesy of Brimbank City Council
    The design for the playground references the local history of Keilor and has been designed to sit within the existing landscape setting of the reserve. The playground includes high quality play elements, timber boardwalks, synthetic surfaces, scramble walls in a lush landscape setting.
     

  • Playground

  • BBQ

  • Shelter

  • Toilet

  • Drinking Fountain

  • Paths
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    Why? Enjoy a fun day in the sun
    When: Anytime
    Where: Brimbank District
    Cost: Free
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    Some great looking parks
    by Oxford Explorer (score: 2|655) 2055 days ago
    Thanks so much - a great post. There were a couple of playgrounds I wasn't aware of. I would also add the playground near the Keilor Downs Mall and pools (cnr Taylors Rd & Packard St), which we call the "Dragon Park" because of the huge wooden dragon sculpure within it. Very toddler friendly and walking distance to the mall. More please!
    by skidm (score: 1|23) 2070 days ago
    Hi Skidm, I am really glad you liked my article. Thank you for the great feedback.
    by Ms. Samantha (score: 2|362) 2069 days ago
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