Most of the playground at EE Gunn Reserve is under shade cloth, providing great protection on sunny days. It includes:
- a metal and rope climbing frame and monkey bars
- stand-on spinner
- tic-tac-toe, a shop front and maze panel
- two large rockers in the shape of a yellow bee and green grasshopper
Picnic shelter and BBQs
The picnic shelter is located close to the playground, with 2 picnic tables available for social gatherings. There are BBQ facilities nearby to the picnic shelter to add another element to your picnic.
Book and reserve a picnic shelter
The full booking fee payment is required within 48 hours of receipt of invoice.
You are required to email us proof of payment if your booking has been approved within 48 hours notice from your booking date.
Equipment such as marquees, jumping castles, petting zoos and BBQs are not permitted without written consent from us.
Please note: A minimum notice of five (5) business days is required for all bookings (subject to availability).
BBQs are a free communal facility for all users of the park. They are not included as part of a picnic shelter reservation.
EE Gunn Reserve has many opportunities for recreation, including:
- three sports grounds (cricket, football and baseball)
- internal walking, running and cycling pathways
- outdoor fitness equipment
- a golf birdie cage
- cricket training nets
- baseball batting cage
Did you know? EE Gunn Reserve is home to Ormond Cricket Club, Ormond Glenhuntly Baseball Club and Ormond Tennis Club. EE Gunn Reserve is also home to Ormond Amateur Football Club, the second oldest suburban club in the Victorian Amateur Football Association.
Dog leash information
- The eastern ovals (closest to the railway line) are off-leash areas.
- All other areas including the playground area and western oval (closest to Malane Street and Beatty Crescent) are on-leash.
History of EE Gunn Reserve
Council first developed the parkland in the 1920’s. In 1964 they renamed it after Councillor Ernest Edwin Gunn, a member of the former Caulfield City Council from 1949–1975 and Mayor from 1952–1953.