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    Rough Island Recreation Reserve

    The large grassy area on the right past the first Caretaker’s house is Greenslade Park. On the western end of Rough Island, facing the Mapua Channel is Hunter Brown Reserve. Turn left after crossing the Rabbit Island Bridge and continue on to the end of Tic Toc Road. There is a boat ramp on Rabbit […]

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    Richmond Town Hall

    The Richmond Town hall is managed by Sport Tasman under contract for the Tasman District Council. The busy hub is made up of the Richmond Town Hall, a large meeting room seats up to 50, the small meeting room seats 12 with wireless access, TV/DVD, projector (available on request), whiteboard and kitchen facilities. There are […]

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    Ben Cooper Park

    Ben Cooper Park has large sportsgrounds for soccer, cricket or just having fun. There are cricket nets and clubrooms for the Darts Club.

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    Arbor Lea Reserve

    A grassed area with young trees, children’s play equipment (with climbing wall) and picnic tables.

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    Burbush Park

    This park is a square grassed area with established silver birch and camellia trees, a picnic table and children’s play equipment.

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    Chelsea Avenue Reserve Playground

    This park is a large open grassed area with a playground. The play equipment includes swings, slide and climbing equipment. Also has a dirt mound for children’s bikes. The reserve is used mostly for informal recreation.

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    Easby Park Playground

    Easby Park is a reserve linking Marlborough Crescent with Selbourne Avenue. This reserve is a grassed open space with some established trees. The play equipment includes a slide, flying fox, see-saw, climbing frames and swings, including a baby swing.

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    Jean Berriman Park Playground

    A playground on the Reserve linking Bird Street and D’Arcy Street adjacent to Maling Council cottages. The play equipment includes a slide and climbing bars. The reserve is a grassed open space with some trees and shrubs around the perimeter. It contains seating and a playground.

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    Richmond Park

    Set in 40 ha of park like tranquility, Richmond Park has the venue for every function. There are many facilities at the Park including Halls, Bars, Meeting Rooms, Grandstands, Stables, Pens and lots of lovely open park area. So if you wish to hold a meeting, expo, show, auction or horse event, we have the […]