Parks and playgrounds
We work with Eurobodalla communities to create engaging play spaces that suit the people and the place. Whether it's a spruce up or something brand new, we want to make sure there is something for everyone to enjoy. Take a look at our featured playgrounds and their distinct 'personalities' and check them out.
The red, yellow and black of the Aboriginal flag is a striking feature of the playground at Mogo Recreation Park.
Mogo Recreation Park has plenty of covered space for family picnics and barbecuing.
Four themed murals by Aboriginal artist Bronwen Smith make the public toilet a must see at the Mogo playground.
Shaded seating and tiered play spaces make this playground at Evans Road, Tuross Head, a lovely spot to spend time.
This whimsical playground is set among the casuarinas on a lovely sloping site next to the Tuross village shopping strip.
A looping track, obstacle course and open grassy space make Jack Buckley Park at Tomakin popular with all ages.
Surf Beach playground has a nautical and adventurous vibe with great views from the crows nest tower.
Just metres from the beach, Sandy Place, Long Beach, has a basketball half-court with multi-sport goal net, street workout equipment and a nifty loop track for scooting or skating.
Find a playground
Want to find a great playground or skatepark in the Eurobodalla Shire? Need somewhere with picnic shelters, barbecue, outdoor gym, water refill stations, public toilets, accessible facilities?
Explore our playgrounds map to find the right park, playground or skate facility for you. Use it to get directions and a summary of facilities at each location.