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Quambee Reserve

Facility type:
  • Park
  • Playground
  • Tennis court
Quambee Reserve is a large sporting precinct in Ringwood North.

Home to three ovals, a tennis club, pony club (including a horse jumping area) and walking trail around the reserve.

For exercise enthusiasts, the oval boundary for both ovals measures at approximately 430m. 

The reserve also has a fenced playground that is suitable for older children, featuring a large structure with ladders up to a big orange tunnel slide, a flying fox and a nest swing.

Whilst the reserve is an off-leash area, dogs must be kept on-leash while:

  • on the main oval
  • on a shared path
  • within 15 metres of: 
    • playgrounds or children’s play equipment
    • barbecue or picnic facilities
    • organised sporting events or training sessions.

Quambee Reserve Social Script

This social script helps people with autism, or others that may feel anxious in new places, learn more about the reserve before they visit. It is a short description of a situation, event or activity, which includes specific information about what to expect in that situation and why.

The Social Script is provided in a word format so you can download it and make any required changes. There are several optional pages you can add to your social script if you feel the information is helpful. A PDF is also provided for easy printing.

Quambee Reserve Social Script  (docx, 3MB)

Quambee Reserve Social Script  (pdf, 3MB)

If you would prefer a printed version of the Social Script please contact Council on 1300 88 22 33 or 9298 4598, or email us at

This reserve is home to:

Things to do:

  • Dog walking
  • Playground activities
  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Tennis

Accessible features:

  • Disabled parking


Get directions

See the full interactive map


  • Dogs off leash
  • Onsite parking
  • Playground
  • Public toilet
  • Seats/picnic tables
  • Shelters
  • Sportsground
  • Water fountain
  • Walking path


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