There are seven recreation reserves in the Litchfield Municipality, each offering a special range of activities and healthy fun.  Come along and visit a reserve, play some sport, ride a horse, have a picnic or have some fun at a skate park.

While these reserves remain open, visitors must comply with social distancing and practice good hygiene - wash your hands before and after using equipment.

Please stay at home if you are feeling unwell.

For the sporting enthusiast there are a range of activities on offer. Freds Pass Sport and Recreation Reserve is home to over 20 clubs offering a wide variety of sporting activities.

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Mira Square was inaugurated in July 2023, providing access to a spacious community hall and playground for all to enjoy. Find out more

Berry Springs Recreation Reserve is situated on Cox Peninsula Road, Berry Springs between the Territory Wildlife Park and the Berry Springs Primary School. Find out more

Situated at Bees Creek Road, Freds Pass Reserve sits amongst luscious native bushland, just off the Stuart Highway. Find out more

Situated in the hub of Howard Springs, this Reserve caters for a range of regular sporting activities, informal recreation and community events with its easy access and range of facilities. Find out more

The Humpty Doo Village Green is situated on 20 acres of land donated to the Lions Club of Litchfield during the 1970's. Find out more

The Knuckey Lagoon Recreation Reserve is set in beautiful natural bushland, this Reserve is the ideal place to get active in the great outdoors. Find out more

The Livingstone Recreation Reserve is an organisation run by a volunteer management committee who ensure a range of services and facilities are available for all to enjoy, especially the rural community. Find out more

The McMinns Lagoon Recreation Reserve is situated in 41 hectares of unspoilt wetland. Find out more