Corinda parks

Find the location of parks in Corinda and information about their facilities.

This table provides information about Council parks in Corinda including park name, location and facilities.
Park name Location Facilities
Archer Parade Park 430 Cliveden Avenue

Restoration site (Cliveden Reserve Bushcare Group), shared pathway, water (bubbler/tap) 

Also includes community organisations and facilities for a horse and pony club facility.

Benarrawa Reserve 68 Gray Avenue Restoration site (Benarrawa Bushcare Group) 
Blackheath Road Park 154 Blackheath Road  Restoration site (Blackheath Road Bushcare Group) 
Consort Street Park 70 Consort Street  
Deniven Street Park 112 Pratten Street Restoration site (Clivedon Reserve Bushcare Group) 
Dunlop Park 794 Oxley Road

Barbecue (electric), bike rack, car parking (Hughes Lane), garden (Oxley Road), picnic area/shelter (Oxley Road), public toilet (sporting fields), water (bubbler/tap/dog bowl)

Also includes community organisations and facilities for:

Earlson Place 640 Oxley Road Playground (Browne Street)
Fifteen Mile Corner 19 Teesdale Street Playground (Teesdale Street)
Francis Outlook Park 157 Dewar Terrace Water (bubbler, including bubbler - disabled access)
George Scarlett Park 101 Pratten Street Basketball half court, dog off-leash area, playground and picnic area/shelter
Horace Window Reserve (Carrington Rocks Reserve)
30 Francis Street

Restoration site (Francis and Augustus Streets Park Bushcare Group)  

Also includes community organisations and facilities for:

  • Carrington Boating Club facility.
Kennard Street Park 31 Kennard Street  
Montrose Park 54 Consort Street Barbecue, picnic area/shelter and shared pathway
Neata Street Park 414 Cliveden Avenue  
Nosworthy Park 2 Hall Avenue

Barbecue (electric), basketball half court, picnic area/shelter, playground, toilet - fully accessible, restoration site (Nosworthy Park Bushcare Group), water (bubbler/tap)

Also includes community organisations and facilities for:

  • Corinda Bowls Club


Last updated: 25 May 2020

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