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Fremont Park

  • Accessible Carparks
  • Basketball
  • BBQ
  • Bin
  • Bridge
  • Cycling Trail
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Exercise Area or Gym Equipment
  • Grassed Play Area
  • Lake
  • Lights
  • Nature Reserve
  • Off-Street Car Parking
  • Park Bench
  • Paved Path
  • Picnic Table
  • Playground
  • Shelter
  • Toilets
  • Walking Trail
  • Watercourse
  • Changing Places Facility (MLAK Key)
  • Liberty Swing (MLAK Key)
  • Accessible Toilet (MLAK Key)
Corner of Yorketown Road & Main North Road, Elizabeth East
Playground equipment:
All Abilities Play, Climbing, Monkey Bars, Slide, Swings, Tic-Tac-Toe, Communications Board
Playground suitability:
0-3 years, 3-5 years, 5-12 years
Dog suitability:

Our premier park

Fremont Park is one of the city's most beautiful recreation and leisure facilities. Centrally located near the Elizabeth City Centre, this picturesque park features a large lake with fountain and waterfalls, two playgrounds, including all-ability play equipment, basketball court, an exercise gym, a gazebo and plenty of shady green spaces. The shaded all-ability play space includes a communication board and changing places facility, including height adjustable change table and ceiling hoist.

The changing places facility, accessible toilet and liberty swing require an MLAK Key for access. More information can be found here.

Fremont Park is a great place to relax, train, play sport, do yoga, ride your bike, walk the dog, enjoy a barbecue and have fun with your family.

Connect with community in our newly upgraded eastern section

We have expanded the popular green and play space to help connect our community. People can now enjoy a myriad of new facilities including:

  • A dog park for small dogs and a dog park for large dogs
  • Expanded events space with irrigated lawns
  • Extension of the fitness loop path
  • A new gazebo
  • Native gardens and tree planting
  • Amenities including off street parking and public toilets

Feeding Ducks and Other Birds

Please DO NOT feed the ducks at parks, reserves and playgrounds in the City of Playford.

Native ducks and other birds that live on water stay healthy by eating foods like aquatic plants, seeds, grasses and insects.

Many foods that humans like to eat, including bread, can be harmful to native ducks and birds and can make them sick. Uneaten food can also contaminate the water and encourage vermin and foxes to the area.

Rather than feeding the ducks, there are other ways you can enjoy them in their native habitat, such as:

  • Count the ducks that you can see
  • Identify the different bird species
  • Help look after their environment by picking up rubbish
  • Taking photographs

Read more about feeding wildlife at the South Australian Department for Environment and Water's website.

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A panoramic image of Fremont Park in Elizabeth


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