Buckingham Reserve’s highly developed playground caters for a wide range of ages and abilities and includes a dual flying fox, rock walls, water play area, rubberised play areas, swings and a sandpit.
Kids love the nine metre rocket tower which they can climb into to launch themselves down the slides.
Stage two of the upgrade saw the addition of toilets, a large picnic and barbecue area, an entry boulevard lined with deciduous maples leading to the new car park, along with an extension of the playground with a focus on nature based play, offering lots of adventure and scope for imagination.
Further work including tree planting and a walking path was completed during the 2013/2014 financial year.
Buckingham Reserve can be accessed via the Kororoit Creek Trail.
Buckingham Reserve is one of five Flagship Parks that Council has developed through the ongoing implementation of the Creating Better Parks strategy.