Harleston Park is named after the birthplace of Sir Fredrick Grimwade who built Grimwade House, formerly Harleston House, in 1875.
The playground at Harleston Park features a large and long slide that sits atop a natural hill. It also includes:
- a climbing mound
- a variety of other slides
- a wizard's double tower fortress
- a sensory maze with feature acorn cubby
- giant bird's nest swing
A three-point basketball court provides alternative play opportunities, with the running stream water feature adding further character to this park.
Thank you to Sport Australia for their contribution to the three-point basketball court as part of the Community Sport Infrastructure Grant.
Picnic shelters and BBQs
There are two picnic shelters in Harleston Park all with access to nearby BBQ facilities.
- Allison Road shelter- solid roof rotunda with 2 rectangular picnic tables, located adjacent to the acorn cubby house.
- Seymour Street shelter – solid roof rotunda with 2 rectangular picnic tables, located across from the basketball ring.
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.
Dog leash information
- The outer area of Harleston Park, external to the playground and picnic shelters, is off-leash between 6am and 9am.
- Dogs must be on-leash at all other times within the park.