Milton parks

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

Information about Milton parks including park names, location and facilities.
Park name Location Facilities
Adam Smiddy Park  25 Park Road Seating, water (bubbler/tap)
Bedgood Park  5 Isaac Street Electric barbecue, picnic area/shelter, playground, water (disabled access bubbler)
Chippendall Street Cemetery Park 16 Hale Street  
Frew Park 315 Milton Road Roy Emerson Tennis Centre, The Arena playground, Wendy Turnbull Green, barbecues, bike racks, booking sites, car park (50 spaces), outdoor fitness/exercise equipment, picnic areas/shelters, shared pathway, water (drinking fountain)
Gregory Park 128 Baroona Road

Temporary closure - playground and basketball court

Works to upgrade facilities in Gregory Park will commence on Monday 2 May 2022 with estimated completion of works in early August 2022, weather and site conditions permitting.

Works will include modification to the existing playground equipment, installation of new playground equipment, construction of further seating walls and garden, and upgrade of the basketball half court.

For the safety of residents and park visitors, there will be no public access to the project site for the duration of the project.

During the works, playgrounds in the following nearby parks are available:

  • Frew Park, Milton
  • Milton Park, Milton.

Barbecue - electric, basketball half court, picnic area/shelter, playground, shelter, sporting field, toilet - fully accessible, water (bubbler/tap), Wi-Fi

Heussler Terrace Park (road reserve) 43 Heussler Terrace Seat
Milton Park 28 Eagle Terrace Barbecue (electric), basketball half court, dog off-leash area, netball court (full size), picnic area/shelter, playground - fully fenced, toilet, water (bubbler/tap/dog bowl) 
Milton Urban Common 1-5 Manning Street

Lighting, open space, paths, play equipment (swing), seating, shade structures, toilet - fully accessible, water (drinking fountain)

Nerida Lane Park 300 Milton Road Car park
Last updated: 29 April 2022
Topics: milton

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