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Parks and Gardens

Open space areas play an important role in the lifestyle of our families as well as the positive impact they have on the amenity of our City. As such, council remains committed to maintaining these beautiful parks and recreational facilities for everyone to enjoy.

City of Prospect offers a diverse range of recreational facilities for people of all ages and interests to access and enjoy. To find a park or reserve with the facilities you want, select from options below to search.

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*This search can extend to all parks within South Australia unless City of Prospect is selected as the location parameter.


For members of the public using our parks and reserves for gatherings and events, we suggest bringing a garbage bag to clean the site after you have used it. Please take responsibility for removing excess rubbish to avoid bin overflow.
Barbecues

Public barbecues are available for use in many reserves throughout the City. They are available free of charge, on a first come first served basis.

Lighting

If you see a light in one of our parks that is broken or not working, please contact us so that we can fix the problem.

Playgrounds

Playgrounds are provided in many reserves throughout the City of Prospect. Equipment provided ranges from small scale junior play areas to larger "adventure" playgrounds. They are regularly inspected and maintained by Council's staff to ensure their safety.

Skate Park 

There is a Skate Park at George Whittle Reserve, 54-56 Churchill Road, Prospect. It is close to Ovingham railway station and bus stop number 8A on Churchill Road. There is a shop and public telephone nearby.

Cycle Fun Track

There is a Cycle Fun Track at Broadview Oval, on the corner of McInnes Avenue and Myponga Terrace. It consists of a series of landscaped mounds no higher than 1.2 metres, suitable for 8 to 14 year old bike riders. 

It is part of the Broadview Oval Recreation Complex and is next to an All Users Playground.

Tennis Courts

Tennis courts are available at the following locations:

  • Blair Athol Tennis Club at the corner of Moore Street and Struan Avenue, Prospect. Phone 8391 4863 for bookings and enquiries.

  • Prospect Gardens/Narnu Wirra at the corner of Mawson and Buchanan Streets, Nailsworth. No bookings required.

  • George Whittle Reserve at 54-56 Churchill Road, Prospect. No bookings required.

  • Prospect Tennis Club at Willcox Avenue (next to Prospect Oval). Phone 8344 1020 (clubrooms) for bookings.

Weddings & Functions

Many of our parks and gardens are popular locations for weddings and functions, including:

You can find the Terms and Conditions of Use of Parks on the top right of this page.

Liquor Licensing

Click here to find out about liquor licence requirements for functions held on Council property.

Antisocial Behaviour

If you are concerned about antisocial behaviour in any public space, report the matter to Police on 131 444.

Historical Information 

Parks in Prospect Cover

The Prospect Local History Group has produced a reference book, titled Parks in Prospect, which details the history of Council's parks and gardens. Each entry gives an overview of the history and features of the park or reserve, making it a perfect walker's companion. 

Copies are available for purchase from the Prospect Library at 1 Thomas Street, Nailsworth or the Council Office at 128 Prospect Road, Prospect.

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