COVID-19 update:

On Sunday 6 September 2020, the Premier announced Victoria’s COVID-19 roadmap to reopening. Many of the Stage 4 restrictions remain in place but there have been some slight changes. Find out more here.

Wingate and Brady Roads Reserve

Wingate and Brady Roads Reserve features mature trees providing shade for a small open space area. This enhances the playground with shade sails and the picnic shelter with picnic tables. 

Features

  • Dogs – on leash

  • Playground

  • Rotunda or picnic shelter

  • Seating

  • Tables

How is COVID-19 impacting our parks?

Our parks and open space remain open for exercise between the permitted times 5am to 9pm.


Exercise is now limited to two hours per day and no more than five kilometres from your home. Two people or a household can meet outdoors for a maximum of two hours for exercise or recreation outside your home, as long as neither of you travel more than five kilometres from your home. Always remember to wear a face covering and practise social distancing.


To find out how the Victorian Government Stay at Home Stage 4 restrictions has impacted our facilities visit our Parks and playgrounds — Stage 4 restrictions page​.


UPDATED 14 SEPTEMBER 2020

Playground

The play elements at Wingate and Brady Roads Reserve includes:

  • a combination play unit with various climbing elements and slides
  • monkey bars
  • rockers
  • swings, including a birds nest swing
  • music panel
  • imagination boards
  • shade sails for protection from the sun

Picnic shelter

In addition to the natural shade, the reserve includes a picnic shelter with picnic tables.

Dog leash information

Wingate and Brady Roads Reserve is an on-leash area, which means you must keep your dog on-leash at all times.

Learn more about dog walking in Glen Eira