• Parks & Mazes

Riflebutts Reserve

Open 24 Hours
  • BBQ
    BBQ
  • Dog Friendly
    Dog Friendly
  • Outdoor Playground
    Outdoor Playground
  • Picnic Spot
    Picnic Spot

Riflebutts Reserve is fantastic for the kids! The park has a large playground, beach access and plenty of benches and BBQs as well as public toilets.

The reserve is dog friendly (excluding the children’s playground area) and adjoins a dog exercise area of the beach - which extends from the reserve south to the public accessway from Papadakis Avenue. 

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Google Reviews

05
Dec
2020
What a great reserve with some cool sculptures. Jordan King
15
Dec
2019
Amazing view and a great place to swim and chill. Would definitely recommend this as a go to place when you’re down south. Make sure to wear loads of sunscreen when you’re here though! Abdul Aziz
26
Sep
2020
Good facilities for families Wayne Solly
12
Jan
2020
A hidden gem in Margs. Worth a visit if you don't want your 🐶 to get wet and still have a good run . Playground and tables Chris Prast
11
Jun
2019
A beautiful park with an off leash dog beach on the iconic Margaret river coast. Parking is high up on the street at the bottom of a very steep sand dune so access to the oval, toilets, playground and beach is going to be a challenge to those who are disabled or struggle walking. matt swinburne
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