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Tiller Drive Park

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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
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Published June 22nd 2011
Tiller Drive park is a short walk from Moana Primary school, and local Seaford and Moana beaches. If you're looking for a wide open space to have fun with the family, then this is a great spot that is never too crowded.

Tiller Drive Park Playground

The playground is small, but still offers fun for children. Usuals such a slides, swings and horses are on the bark covered area. The most exciting part of the playground is the spiderweb-like climbing frame.

It is a great spot for a picnic, but you might want to consider bringing a picnic rug. There is only one table on the park, so if there is more than one family there you could have difficulty finding a spot without bringing your own rug. The park features no facilities for cooking a barbeque, but there is a drinking fountain that you can refill your water from if you plan on spending a long day at the park.

The fields are great for playing ball games or playing with things like kites and frisbees. There are not many trees, so there is plenty of open space to play in. This does mean that there isn't much natural shade, and there are no man made shaded areas. Still, this is a great place to practice footy or soccer, and to get your kids running around.

Fields of Tiller Drive Park

The park is a great place for families. The openness of the park means that parents have a clear line of sight of both younger children on the playground, and older children playing on the field. This means parents can sit back and relax, while still feeling secure that they can keep an eye on all of their children. It is rare to find Tiller Drive park particularly crowded, so it can be a good place to make sure your kids aren't struggling to enjoy the playground because of all the other children.

Check out more parks in the area with this list of parks and reserves in the Onkaparinga City Council region.
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Why? Fun Picnicking Spot for Playgrounds and Ball Games
When: Anytime
Where: Tiller Drive, Seaford, SA
Cost: Free
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