Hazelwood Park is one of Burnside's major reserves. Hazelwood Park has an extensive network of paths with seating, barbecues and playground equipment. A small war memorial is situated near the entrance to the George Bolton Swimming Centre, Adelaide's most picturesque swimming centre.
- Accessible roundabout
- Four berth timber swing
- Liberty swing
- Slide and climbing mound
- Dual slide
- Flying fox
- Two elevated sandpits
- Five metre tall climbing net
- Disc swing
- Old tractor to climb on.
- Spacious grassed areas
- Hazelwood Park War Memorial Pavilion, including the Memorial Avenue of Gum Trees
- Bridge crossing a creek and pathways that lead to a duck-filled pond. Pathways and bridge crossing can be accessed by pushchair and wheelchair users.
- Cobble stone paved area surrounded by open spaces and park landscaping
- Rock island landscaping
- Children’s playground
- Swimming Centre in the summer months.
Hazelwood Park is one of Burnside's major reserves. It is traversed by First Creek and includes natural stands of River Red Gum and SA Blue Gum. Some of the early plantings from the "Hazelwood" garden can be seen near Hawthorn Crescent, including a large Bunya Pine. A small war memorial is situated near the entrance to the George Bolton Swimming Centre Burnside, Adelaide's most picturesque swimming centre. Hazelwood Park has an extensive network of paths with seating, barbecues and playground equipment. The all-access playground caters for children of all ages and abilities, providing a diversity of physical, explorative, interactive and imaginative play opportunities.
The key to the Liberty Swing is available from the Burnside Civic Centre Customer Service desk as well as the George Bolton Swimming Centre Burnside during October to April.
Please note that Hazelwood Park is not available to hire for organised events (aside from wedding ceremonies in two dedicated locations, listed below).
If you are planning a get together in Hazelwood Park
Please be aware that there is a By-law for Local Government Land in place to manage this park and that the following activities are not permitted; do not:
• drive or park on the reserve without permission.
• erect marquees, peg shelters into the grass, or fence off areas for exclusive use.
• hold any event or gathering of more than 60 people without permission.
• hold a wedding ceremony without a permit.
• have a wedding reception in the park.
• approach koalas, disturb them in the trees or on the ground.
• detract from the enjoyment of other park users with ball sports or using missiles that affect their gatherings.
• amplify music or other sounds.
• fly any model aircraft.
• practice or play golf.
Please take the time to read By-Law No 3(PDF, 788KB) that clarifies what is permitted use of the park.
Hazelwood Park is one of the City of Burnside’s most requested parks for weddings. Offering picturesque views, large grassed areas and plenty of shade, Hazelwood Park is the ideal place to pledge your commitment. Ample car parking and a beautiful cobble stone landscaped area overlooking the natural pond provides a great location for a wedding ceremony, or photo opportunity.
- Bill Pots Memorial Garden and Duck Pond (south) - Maximum 50 guests
- Old Tree Log and Duck Pond (north) - Maximum 150 guests
Please contact our friendly Customer Service Officers on 8366 4200 for more information before continuing with your enquiry.
Davenport Road, Hazelwood Park 5066 View Map