Parks and reserves
Kingston is home to many parks, playgrounds, and recreational reserves.
Browse the full list of parks and reserves managed by Kingston below, or use the search to find a specific location.
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Scotch Parade, Chelsea 3196
Bicentennial Park is a regional park created from reclaimed land, which had been operating as a local tip since 1959.
Since its redevelopment, which began with the first playground built on the site in 1981, the park has become a much-loved and widely used community asset.
Features include a youth area with skatepark, multi sport court and stage, and a huge adventure playground.
Tagged as : , Fenced dog off leash park, Park, Playground, Recreation reserve, Skate park
37 Springs Road, Clayton South 3169
Namatjira Park is a 12.1 hectare site, officially opened in April 1980, that provides a diversity of opportunities including social and family recreation, sport, play and environmental experiences.
The reserve has a single oval, single tennis court, sporting pavilion, bowls club and bistro, skate park, playground, tennis wall, basketball half court, and dog off-leash park.
Tagged as : , Dog off leash area, Playground, Recreation reserve, Skate park, Sports grounds
For all parks, playgrounds, and recreational reserves in Kingston, including those managed by Parks Victoria, visit our pages below.