Bonna Point Reserve playground opened in March 2020 and provides a dynamic and engaging play experience for children of all ages and abilities. Everyone will enjoy a visit to this state of the art regional playground.
The new playground features:
- ‘Sky-pods’ premium playground – which combines a 4.5m slide, the highest in the Sutherland Shire, and elevated rope walkways, which older children will enjoy
- A separate junior play area
- A skate precinct for free style skating
- A dual flying-fox ride
- Shade and picnic structures
- Dinky path circuit and water bubbler
- New tree planting and landscaped areas
The Skate Alley is a plaza style layout for free form skating. It is designed to cater for younger or novice skaters who still need supervision and assistance. It includes metal devices for trick skating.
There is ample room for large gatherings to play ball sports and to picnic in the Reserve with new landscaping, bench seating and other public amenities.
The $1.2 million playground was delivered as a result of Sutherland Shire Council’s commitment to providing welcoming, safe and accessible spaces that encourage active lifestyles in a liveable place, with a high quality of life.
Dogs at Bonna Point Reserve
Dogs are prohibited within 10 metres of playgrounds and play equipment, even if they are leashed.
Parts of Bonna Point Reserve are considered wildlife and nature sanctuaries including the mangroves in Quibray Bay and the sand spit which forms the western end of the Reserve. The wildlife reserve prohibits dogs.
These areas are signposted.
For more information about dogs and wildlife, please click here.
Dogs Allowed Off-leash
Dogs are allowed off-leash at Bonna Point Reserve between the third and fourth groynes (jetties) on Silver Beach from the western end, Monday to Sunday at any time.
For more information about our dog off-leash areas, please click here.
All persons are present at their own risk during allocated 'off leash' times.
Alcohol consumption is prohibited at all times, unless written approval has been obtained from Council.
Enquiries can be directed to the Sutherland Shire Council on 9710 0333 or email@example.com