In recent years, the Tea Tree Gully Council has done a lot to up-grade the park. They have cut down a row of trees growing wild and unkempt, and replaced them with young saplings; they have placed new palings around the park's border; and they have landscaped much of the outer edges, including adding some new tree trunk benches and some entrance paths.
The park is a nice, well-maintained grass area with a wire mesh cricket net at one end, a lot of trees on the Morawa Avenue side (there have been some spring-time incidents of swooping magpies in the past, but there is a council hotline to call if this happens), and a path that circumnavigates the entire area. It is on this path that my children learned to ride their bikes.
The park is well-used, which is something good to see. Often of an evening you will see people kicking a football, trying their hand at cricket in the net, jogging around the path, throwing a baseball, a little bit of everything.