How we're working to improve your spaces
Adelaide Hills Council is using sensors to the improve your trails and play spaces in the future.
Council want to understand visitation patterns at Council play spaces and trails and are using infrared technology to help do this.
The data will be used to guide upgrades and other activities. Having a better understanding of how and when our spaces are used allows us to make evidence-based decisions for the future.
The sensors used do not record images, video or take data from smart devices, so personal information cannot be recorded. The privacy of residents and visitors is important, therefore all data will be collected and managed in accordance with the Government of South Australia Information Privacy Principles.
Explore our parks and playgrounds
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Johnston Memorial Park
Johnston Memorial Park, also known as Balhannah Oval, is home of the Onkaparinga Valley Football Club and an ideal location for BBQs and sporting activities.
Norton Summit Road Recreation Reserve
Located amongst the vineyards, this unique parcel of land offers open space and views into Morialta Conservation Park. The park features shelter and exercise equipment.
Tregarthen Reserve is home to the Summertown Netball and Tennis Clubs and provides the local community and visitors with a playground, public toilets and picnicking space.