I am a keen traveller. Currently rediscovering my own backyard and the rest of Australia. I enjoy nature, history and the quirkiness of what the world has to offer.
Published January 14th 2022
A pleasant park to play and picnic
Flinders Township Reserve Playground is exactly what its name suggests. A playground that is a short walk from the shops in Cook Street, Flinders. Flinders Township Reserve Playground is on the corner of Norman and Cook Streets, Flinders.
The playground is surrounded by eucalypts to sit under at one of the tables and benches which is ideal to have a lunch or snack from one of the many eateries. It is opposite the Flinders Sourdough Bakery, 58 Cook St Flinders. I sat in the park and ate one of their chicken and mushroom pies. Hugh chunks of chicken and large pieces of mushroom. My tastebuds are crying out to take them back there. It's also a great park to avoid sticky fingers over everything as you enjoy an ice cream from Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery 45 Cook Street, Flinders.
Relax on the day beds as you supervise the kids swinging on swings and bars. Find out who is the fastest on the slide! An adventure awaits a child with imagination on the boat. Play chasey on the lawn or throw a ball. There is also a basketball ring where you can shoot hoops.