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Published August 7th 2014
Bryce Street Park is one of the parks behind Moffat Beach (the one up near the creek). It's the type of place that gets used by totally different groups, depending on the time of day.
The park is popular with dog owners in the early morning because they've come to go for a walk along Moffat Beach, which allows dogs of be of leash between 4.00pm and 8.00am. However, it also has a playground, a toilet block, barbecues, shelters, chairs and a car park , which all cater for families and friendly looking to hold a picnic in the relaxing seaside setting.
The park backs straight onto the beach in parts, so if you want an unobstructed view you can set up a picnic on the grass and enjoy the beach setting without the frustration of getting getting sand in everything you own. Lifeguards don't patrol the beach though, so it's not deal for swimming, but that just makes makes Bryce Street Park and the extra things to do it offers even more valuable.
Down the other end of the beach is Eleanor Shipley Park. Keep going along the path up the O'Donnell Walkway and you'll reach viewing platforms where you can look back over the beach. Up the other end and round the corner is Dickey Beach.