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Warrego Reserve

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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
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Published August 6th 2011
Warrego Reserve in Linden Park is a park where everyone can play, but before you do you'll have to find it. Hidden away behind the suburban streets, only a small alley way leads to this reserve, you'll be glad to have walked down it when you find what is hidden within.



The playground at Warrego Reserve is designed to be climbed over, under, in, and through. There are climbing frames, slides, and a bridge for the kids to cross. They can also run around the pine bark area. It is a good playground for kids of all ages, older kids will stay entertained and older ones will still feel safe.

There is a small grassed area at Warrego Reserve, while it is not a full sized field you would still be able to have a friendly game of soccer here. It would also be a nice place to set up a picnic. If you would prefer to eat undercover, then there is also an undercover seating area where you could enjoy your lunch. Unfortunately there are no barbecues on the reserve, so you'll have to bring a packed lunch.



More playing can be done on either the basketball or tennis courts at the reserve. These are free to use, and you can use them to practice or have a full blown game. Unlike many parks that just feature a basketball hoop, the reserve has a full basketball court so that you can get some real practice.



Warrego Reserve is a nice well maintained spot, and it is hidden away so not too many people discover it. It is a very compact park, but one that offers a lot. This park is especially recommended if you're looking for a full size basketball court.

For more parks and ovals in the area check out the Burnside City Council Website.
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Why? A hideaway filled with fun
When: Anytime
Where: Keyes Street, Linden Park
Cost: Free
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