Elouera Reserve is a delightful playground and green space, located next to the Macquarie Centre and Macquarie University. It was upgraded in 2018 with new play equipment, and a BBQ.
Elouera Reserve includes a variety of play equipment such as six swings, two illuminated cubbies and a slide, two embankment slides, a flying fox, spinner, two in-ground trampolines and a hammock.
There isn’t a great deal of shade and the slides get hot in summer, however this is a great spot for a play and picnic on a not-so-hot day.
Other facilities at Elouera Reserve include:
- Accessible BBQ
- 4 picnic setting (2 with umbrellas)
- Water bottle refill station
There is also lots of space for kicking a ball or throwing a frisbee.
There are no bathrooms at Elouera Reserve. The closest one is either nearby Macquarie Centre or the train station.
Get more info on Elouera Reserve.
82-84 Waterloo Rd, Macquarie Park
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