The design and construction of Carver's Reach Park pays homage to its local history. This can be seen by totems bearing Indigenous carvings, replanting of threatened local Bailey’s Cypress Pine species, repurposed materials from yesteryear and informational signage throughout.
The main playground features a 10m high tower with two enclosed slides, net / rope climbing structures, multiple swings (including a freestanding nest swing) and rockers.
A second playground is located towards the rear of the property. Efforts have been made to create play equipment from natural resources, for example, a timber climbing frame and swing set, suspended logs, balancing rope and two slides recessed into a small mound.
There is also a very small learn-to-cycle track, incorporating realistic road markings and traffic signage.
An 800m cycling path circumnavigates the parkland, providing a safe setting for families to enjoy a leisurely ride.
Picnic shelters and barbeques are positioned within close proximity of both playgrounds, with amenities located near the second playground. Parking is limited to designated spaces along the road.