These parks may provide a wide range of opportunities and facilities for informal or unorganised recreation,
(a) public open space; and
(b) picnic and play facilities; and
(c) community meeting space; and
(d) activity spaces such as dog off-leash, playgrounds, skate facilities, bike tracks, kick-a-ball spaces; and
(e) unique facilities for civic events, festivals, major community events, families and people of all ages; and
(f) workers parks (or "lunch parks"); and
(g) linear corridors.
These parks also provide opportunities to protect and enhance the environment, the visual and scenic amenity and identity of the community and have varied landform.