Parks and playgrounds
Playgrounds and skateparks are open
- Eurobodalla parks, picnic tables, playgrounds, skateparks and outdoor exercise equipment are open.
- When you visit the park, please practice social distancing as recommended by the Australian Department of Health, and take your advice from the NSW Government about what you can and can't do under current restrictions.
- Under COVID-19 safety measures, some Council facilities remain closed. We will continue to review the opening of public facilities.
We're creating fun, unique playgrounds
Want to find out about our latest playground projects? We're working with communities to create unique and engaging playgrounds that suit the location and the demographic. Whether it's a spruce up or a brand new space, we're working to make sure these are places everyone can enjoy. Below are some of the new playgrounds you should check out.
To learn more about what we are working on:
- Take a look at the Recreation and Open Space Strategy
- Watch this page
- Subscribe to our email newsletter, Recreation Matters,
Hoops, scooting and workouts at Long Beach
- The new recreation space at Sandy Place Reserve in Long Beach opened for play in time for the July school holidays and is already a big hit. This beachside playground is a feast of fun. There's a basketball half-court with multi-sport goal net, street workout equipment and a nifty loop track for scooting or skating.
- Find it at Sandy Place Reserve, Long Beach
Sliding in to Surf Beach
- Have you seen the new playground at Surf Beach? We've given one a modern makeover while keeping the nautical and adventurous vibe. It includes a two-storey tower, three slides, an octopus see-saw and endless opportunities for climbing.
- Find it just off Beach Road at Surf Beach
Evans Road Reserve, Tuross Head
- The playground at Evans Road Reserve has had a whimsical makeover. The new playground is set among the casuarinas on this lovely sloping site next to the village shopping strip.
- Find it right by the shops
Mogo sports oval playground, Mogo
- A yarning circle and the colours of the play equipment acknowledge Mogo's significance to Eurobodalla's Aboriginal community. This playground is set on the edge of the Mogo sports oval so there's plenty of space to run around.There's also a large covered picnic table, barbecue area and public toilets. Make sure to take some time to inspect the fabulous mural by local artist.
- Find it on the corner of Buckenbowra Road and Park Street.