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Mushroom Farm Park

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As part of Hyundai’s investment in greening environmental projects, Hyundai has secured the rights to Mushroom Farm Park for two years. The beautiful park, in the heart of Sandton, provides the perfect place to enjoy nature in a secure environment.

Renamed Hyundai Sky Park, Mushroom Farm Park is equipped with an interactive children’s play area, an earth garden, amphitheatre, giant balloon riding facility, outdoor gym and duck pond. Dog walkers are welcome provided that their pooches are on a leash, and the neatly paved walkways are perfect for strollers or joggers. Entrance is free and there are security guards to ensure safety at all times. There are also tables, benches and clean public toilets available.

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8 comments on “Mushroom Farm Park”

  1. If you are a single female. Beware!!! You will be harassed by the guards from First Security if you find yourself in a secluded spot. Even in broad daylight, stay near the families, anywhere else and you will be a target. They will falsely accuse you of breaking a random park rule and become aggressive towards you. Asking you to come with them and wanting money. Very unsafe for single females because of the guards.

  2. So true FIRST SECURITY guards are aggressive, manipulative and offensive particularly to young, single females. Since they have been "guarding" the park things have changed. Regulars are abused and it is no longer a pleasant excursion. Threats are being made which are unacceptable.

  3. Very disappointing. Wooden jungle gyms unsafe. Slats missing , nails sticking out wooden jungle gyms. Sandpit full of dirty pieces of plastic & old cloths. If maintained could be quite beautiful & an attraction for city dwellers & their children

  4. I am quite pleased with the facility and luckily haven't observed any wrong doing by security. Jungle gym for kids could be maintained periodically as they are the reason for many regular visitors like me and sometimes are not in good state as mentioned by Gail. Also few of the new play equipments are just dumped there on slope; making it difficult and unsafe for kids. Can be easily put on leveled surface bit further in the park.
    Overall happy with the park management though.

  5. Refused access to a public park
    Maxine, apparently the “manager” of the park stated that 1 cannot gain access to a Jhb City Park. I am assuming she is the manager of the new coffee shop/ restaurant, Truffles
    I cannot understand who gives her the authority to decide on who gains access to a public area. Nice way to start a business. Very disappointing

    1. Good day Jarrid. On the stated day we were having a private function which required an entrance fee. This is part of the events we will be hosting, designed to ensure the park is used frequently by patrons. We had sent out flyers to residents and some of the frequent park users to notify them of the event taking place, we apologize that it didn’t reach you. We have however taken your comments into consideration and the market will take place using a portion of the park thus allowing you to utilize most of the park while these events take place. While the restaurant is in operation the park is open free to the public until 6pm, all are welcome. Please send us an email to [email protected] as we would like to engage you further on the subject matter.

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