Rosanna Street Reserve

Rosanna Street Reserve provides a long open space area in Carnegie. The shape of this reserve adds to the quaint and local nature it achieves. A large grassed space separates the playground area in the west from the sensory garden area at the east.


  • Bicycle Path

  • Dogs – on leash

  • Playground

  • Rotunda or picnic shelter

  • Seating

  • Tables

  • Walking Path

  • BBQ Facilities

  • Dogs – off leash

Rosanna Street Reserve features a variety of plantings, including an avenue of maple trees alongside the shared path that forms part of the Rosstown Rail Trail. The eastern sensory garden features a range of colourful, tactile, and seasonal plantings, including pathways through an arbour which creates an immersive and therapeutic experience.

The recently upgraded western end playground includes a new scooter loop with rail signage provides a fun and enjoyable space for kids to ride.


The playground at Rosanna Street Reserve includes:

  • double swing
  • steppers and log walks
  • slide and climbing equipment
  • scooter loop
  • shade sails provide protection from the elements.

Picnic shelters

There are two picnic shelters located at Rosanna Street Reserve:

  • a shelter located close to the playground with tables to provide opportunity for social gatherings
  • a shelter located amongst the sensory garden for contemplation or relaxation.

Dog leash information

The area between the playground and the sensory garden at Rosanna Street Reserve is off-leash between 6am and 9am, and on-leash outside of these times. All other areas are on-leash at all times.

Learn more about dog walking in Glen Eira