Jessop-White Park is only a short walk to the City Plaza; offering sheltered picnic areas, BBQ’s and toilets with parking for RV’s and caravans.
This lovely park offers toilets with disabled access and a shelter with BBQ. Parking suitable for motorhomes and caravans is adjacent across the road from the Darling Terrace Gallery.
Named after Kay Jessop (Girl Guide leader), and Doug White (Whyalla Citizen Band leader). The park has two restored historic buildings, the Girl Guide Hall and the Whyalla Band Hall. The former Guide Hall is linked with the historic BHP pay office by a paved pathway lined by plane trees (one of which was relocated from the main street). Also on site is one of the first water catchment tanks used in the early days of the settlement of Whyalla.
The park was developed with paved paths and landscaping as a collaboration between Whyalla Council and OneSteel, and was officially opened on 4th July 2010.
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