Yarrabilba's recent park addition is located at the highest point of the estate - a rocky outcrop known as South Rock. The planning and design of this nature-inspired park cleverly incorporates the traditional stories of the Yugumbeh people.
As children venture through the parklands, they will learn about the creation story of Mt Witherin - Bingingerra via a series of interpretive signage. Carved totems and pavement design represent key animals in the story.
At the lookout, interpretive signage tells of the Bora Ring story. A circular pattern of boulders sets the scene for both understanding and contemplation.
Play equipment and facilities include:
- timber swingset (with toddler and nest swing seats)
- timber structures with climbing nets
- slide recessed into a garden mound
- timber stilts
- round about
- fallen logs and stone steppers for balancing
- sandstone seating throughout
- circular grassy play area
- circular walking/cycling path
- picnic tables and chairs
- curved platform seats along the side of a hill (provide views of the mountains)
Given its status as a neighbourhood park, there are no toilets or off-road parking.