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.

Features

  • Bicycle Path

  • Dogs – on leash

  • Playground

  • Rotunda or picnic shelter

  • Seating

  • Tables

  • Walking Path

How is COVID-19 impacting our parks?

Our parks and open space are open. Up to 50 people can gather outdoors from any number of households, excludes infants under 12 months. Face masks are no longer required outdoors except where physical distancing cannot be maintained.

 

Find out how the Victorian Government’s Last Step — Stay safe restrictions impact our facilities, visit our Parks and playgrounds — COVID-19 restrictions page.

 

UPDATED 23 NOVEMBER 2020

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.

Playground

The small playground at Rosanna Street Reserve includes:

  • double swing
  • flying fox
  • monkey bars
  • slide
  • fireman’s pole
  • climbing obstacles
  • springer
  • shade sails provide protection from the elements

Enhancements to the western end of the reserve around the playground area are scheduled in the near future.

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

Rosanna Street Reserve is an on-leash area, which means you must keep your dog on-leash at all times.