Jackadder Lake Reserve is a well-kept reserve, with a playground and lots of facilities. It is suitable for children of all ages and abilities. It is dog-friendly, with dog bins and doggy bags located around the reserve.
The playground is covered by shade cloth – this covers 95% of the playground equipment. There is a traversable path through the playground. The equipment is on sand and a soft rubber surface. There is ramp access to equipment with a slip resistant surface and handrails on both sides, and circulation space for a wheelchair.
Activities at Jackadder Lake Reserve include:
- Playground: Large and made of steel. Platform structures connect the long varying parts of the playground facilities.
- Lots of slides varying in sizes and straight/spiral formations
- Flying fox
- Monkey bars
- Other climbing equipment
- In-built oversized abacus, etc
- 1 baby swing and 1 normal swing
- Sand for sand play
- There is a 1.2km path around the lake for cycling or walking. The path notes the distance you have walked.
- Adult exercise equipment
- Wildlife – there are a lot of reeds housing ducks, swans and swamp hens.
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There is a continuous concrete path of travel circles which connects all park facilities for an accessible walk around the lake, accessible playground, picnic area and accessible toilet.
Width of the path is 1800mm with a 4.1 gradient at its steepest point
Car parks are set in the reserve area.
Facilities at Jackadder Lake Reserve include:
- Free BBQs are available for use between 8.30am and 8.30pm. The BBQs are set on a concrete area surrounded by grass. Nearby trees provide some shade. The height of the cooking surface is 790mm, controls are 490mm high and lid depth is 180mm. It is adjacent to a work surface which is 770mm high.
- Picnic tables shaded by nearby trees are available. There is also a gazebo nearby with tables. The picnic tables are 890mm high with knee clearance. Fixed park benches with a backrest 450mm high are scattered around the park, set on a concrete surface surrounded by a grassed area.
- An accessible drinking fountain, on a level surface, at sitting height. Includes a dog water bowl.
- Overhead lighting at nighttime.
- Toilets: There is a unisex accessible toilet, and separate male and female toilets. They are usable, but take your own toilet paper and soap!
- There is a covered concreted undercover area.
- The reserve is near Woodlands shopping centre, which includes a supermarket and some cafes.
Western Australia 6018
City of Stirling (08) 9345 8555