Of course, having children, the main point of interest for our family is the playground. It is a little small, and the activities - swings, low slippery dip and a spring rocker - are designed more for younger children. However, when there are more than one there, it can still be a source of entertainment.
But this reserve is more than just a playground. They have the mandatory green, grassed areas and a rotunda (with drinking fountain and rubbish bin that has plastic bags for dealing with dogs, which I think more should do). The grass area is large and untreed, while the rotunda is a comfortable place to sit and relax.
But the main selling point of this reserve is its art work. There are two points of interest. At the north-east corner is a series of birds that look like they have been made out of old car parts. Stunning pieces of work, really well done.
The second is a large installation consisting of a wall and a three-sided story-board, made by the local Wandana Primary School in about 2004. The wall is a tribute to multiculturalism, while the storywalls tell of the coming of multicultural Australia. My son spent a lot of time looking at it all with great interest.