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Two Wells Oval Complex

Old Port Wakefield Road, Two Wells - Home to The Roosters the complex offers many sporting facilities and attractions.

   Features:
   •    Football oval
   •    Cricket pitch and practise nets
   •    Netball courts & Tennis courts
   •    Clubrooms
   •    Toilets
   •    BMX track
   •    Parking
   •    Seating
   •    Community Centre   

Mallala Oval Complex

Wasleys Road, Mallala - Home to “Magpies” the complex offers many sporting facilities and attractions.

   Features:
   •    Football oval
   •    Cricket pitch and practise nets
   •    Netball courts
   •    Tennis courts
   •    Clubrooms & Grandstand
   •    Toilets
   •    Skate ramp
   •    Parking
   •    Seating
   •    Playground
   •    BBQ’s
   •    Short stay facility & Showers        

 

Dublin Oval Complex

South Terrace, Dublin - Home of the Dublin Cricket Club the complex is focussed on cricket.

   Features:
   •    Cricket oval
   •    Cricket pitch and practise nets
   •    Clubrooms
   •    Playground
   •    Toilets   
 

  

 

Playgrounds

 

Lewiston Playground

Corner Hayman and Pederick Roads, Lewiston - A well shaded park setting with lawn area adjacent to the Lewiston Wetland and trials. Formally the site of the first school in the Hundred of Port Gawler the Lewiston School stood for 88 years, 1856-1944.

   Features:
   •    Playground
   •    BBQ & Picnic Setting 
   •    Shaded Area
   •    Parking
   •    Wheelchair Accessible
   •    Toilets
   •    Fenced  

 

Two Wells Playground

Old Pt Wakefield Road, Two Wells - A war memorial playground “honouring those who served”, that is now enjoyed by all.

   Features:
   •    Playground
   •    Seating
   •    Shaded Area
   •    Fenced 

 

 

 

Mallala Playground

Redbanks Road, Mallala. Located with in the Mallala Oval Complex - Set in a park environment; enjoy a family barbeque while the kids play.

   Features:
   •    Playground
   •    Shelter
   •    BBQ
   •    Picnic Setting
   •    Toilets
   •    Parking
   •    Fenced 

 

Dublin Playground

South Terrace, Dublin. Located with in the Dublin Oval - A small playground for the little ones to burn off some energy.

   Features:
   •    Playground
   •    Seating
   •    Shaded Area
   •    Toilets
   •    Fenced  

 

 

Parham Playground

Esplanade, Parham - Enjoy a family day out catching some crabs or a barbeque along the picturesque coastline at Parham while the kids enjoy the playground.

   Features:
   •    Playground
   •    BBQ
   •    Shelter
   •    Picnic Setting
   •    Seating
   •    Shelter
   •    Toilets
   •    Foreshore  

 

Parks & Reserves

 

Lewiston Trails/Wetlands

179 Dawkins Road, Lewiston - A 14 kilometre return trek throughout the Lewiston area wether by 2 or 4 legs or peddle power.

   Features:
   •    Trails
   •    Wetlands
   •    Flora and Fauna
   •    Shade
   •    Toilets – at the playground
   •    Parking   

 

Hams Park

Kurt Way, Lewiston also accessible through the Lewiston trails/Wetlands - Formed primarily for flood mitigation, Hams Park is part of the Lewiston trails and has a large area for exercising your horses and dogs alike.

Features:
•    Trails
•    Flora and Fauna
•    Large open reserve 

 

Humzy Reserve

Bethesda Road, Lewiston - A nature reserve that is part of the drainage system throughout Lewiston includes remnant vegetation.

Features:
•    Flora and Fauna
•    Trails
•    Remnant vegetation 

 

Aunger Ponds

Several access points: Betty Road, Lionel Road, James Road and Geoffrey Street, Lewiston.- revegetated flood mitigation reserve the area forms part of the Lewiston trails.

Features:
•    Flora and Fauna
•    Trails
•    Seating
•    Shade   

 

Camel Reserve

Several access points: Hayman Road, James Road, Gawler-Two Wells Road, Louisa Road and Wirramulla Road, Lewiston - Formally Camel Road it served as the route for the Camel trains that traversed from the north of the state to Adelaide.

Features:
•    Remnant vegetation
•    Flora and Fauna
•    Trails  

 

Fletcher Reserve

Hayman Road, Lewiston - On the opposite side of the road to Camel Reserve, Fletcher Reserve continues on with remnant vegetation and a short trail.

Features:
•    Trails
•    Flora and Fauna 

 

Cannizzaro and Equus Park Reserve

Cannizzaro Reserve: Cannizzaro Road and Bethesda Road, Lewiston.
Equus Reserve: St George Boulevard, Lewiston - These two reserves combine to make one large reserve with planted vegetation.

Features:
•    Trails
•    Planted vegetation  

 

Baker Wetland

Baker Road, Lewiston - Sitting adjacent to the Gawler River, the wetland is a haven for birds and other wildlife.

   Features:
   •    Trails
   •    Wetland
   •    Gawler River
   •    Shade
   •    Flora and Fauna
   •    Bird watching  

 

 

Two Wells Rose Garden

Old Pt Wakefield Road, Two Wells - A garden dedicated to the tireless work that the community have contributed to the Two Wells township.

Features:
•    Gardens
•    BBQ
•    Toilets
•    Shelter
•    Shade Area   

 

Gameau Reserve

Gameau Road, Two Wells - Large reserve situated in Tangari Estate

Features:
•    Trails
•    Seating
•    Shaded area  

 

Hart Reserve

Corner of Gawler Road and Old Mallala Road, Two Wells - A large reserve set in the township of Two Wells.

Features:
•    Shade
•    Gardens  

 

Two Wells Dog Off-Leash

Wells Road, Two Wells - Your furry four legged friends can enjoy being off the leash and interact with other dogs.

Features:
•    Shaded area
•    Seating
•    Dog drinking water bowl
•    Fenced 

 

East Reserve

Dublin Road, Mallala - Adjacent to the Mallala Museum, East Reserve is a well shaded area to enjoy the open fresh air.

Features:
•    Turf area
•    Seating
•    History
•    Shade 

 

Police Block

Wasleys Road, Mallala - Formally used for the Police to camp, feed and water their horses.

Features:
•    Seating
•    Shade
•    Path 

 

Rockies Reserve

Kain Road, Barabba - Set along the Light River, Rockies Reserve is a peaceful spot to spend the day with the family.

Features:
•    Shaded areas
•    Shelter
•    Toilets
•    Flora and Fauna
•    Light River  

 

Barabba Scrub

Hamley – Barabba Rd, Barabba - Historically a sports and recreation area for the township of Barabba, the scrub is an important area for the biodiversity of the flora and fauna of the area.

Features:
•    Conservation area
•    Remnant vegetation
•    Flora and Fauna 

 

Dublin Parklands

North Terrace, Dublin - Protected under a Heritage Agreement to protect and conserve the flora and fauna of the area, Dublin Parklands has two species of native orchids and other native plants local to the area.

Features:
•    Heritage Agreement site
•    Flora and Fauna
•    Trails  

 

Dublin Lions Park

Sixth Street, Dublin - A great stop off point for travellers and residents alike. Have a bite to eat and stretch the legs.

Features:
•    Shelter
•    Toilets
•    BBQ
•    Seating
•    Turf area
•    Gardens
•    Dump easy point 

  

Contact Us

2a Wasleys Road

PO Box 18

Mallala SA 5502

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