There is also another playground approximately 450 metres away, at Anderson Reserve (just follow the track to the north).
One of the best features of the reserve is the picnic hut and cooking facilities. Facilities include seating and tables, an outdoor sink with running water, rubbish and recycling bins, and electric barbecues.
This picnic hut provides the perfect spot for a seaside picnic lunch
Ozone Monument: At the south of the reserve, there is a clearing with a water fountain, picnic table and monument in recognition of the nearby 'Ozone' shipwreck.
The Ozone was a paddle steamer that was built in Scotland and operated a service between Queenscliff and Melbourne. It was in operation from 1886 until 1918 and was sold in March 1925. Later that year, it was dismantled and sunk off Indented Head, to create a breakwater for small boats.
The monument was unveiled in 1995 and features one of the two anchors from the boat, and a plaque detailing the history of the vessel.
I'd highly recommend Taylor Reserve to those who are visiting the Bellarine during summer and are looking for a smaller holiday park to stay at.
I'd also recommend the reserve to those who are keen to do a day trip to the Bellarine Peninsula and are looking for a nice, quiet spot to enjoy a picnic lunch. The close proximity to Batman Park and Anderson Reserve also makes it a good spot for those who are interested in exploring the Indented Head foreshore.