Address: Shaw Street
Kingsgrove NSW 2208
Kookaburra Reserve is a lovely little park area situated on Shaw Street in Kingsgrove. There is a small open grassed area which can be used by the older kids to kick a ball around or throw a Frisbee, but there is a lot more entertainment for the younger kids.
Rockdale City Council, ph: (02) 9562 1666, http://www.rockdale.nsw.gov.au
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