Park With No Sidewalks
This park nomination was rejected for not meeting criteria, abuse and not having pedestrian access.
A large open green space for the use of the local community to enjoy a bit of nature and sunshine.
Sign can be found along Carysfield Road and named after Tucker Road, one of the bounding roads of this reserve. A park to enjoy and walk through provided by the council.
This park currently has no other visual place markers as existing wayspots and is defined in Google Maps as a place of interest.
Street view of this same sign is shown below:
This nomination was upgraded. I can only assume that because it just looks like a little red sign that people thought it was just a generic rules sign but it does include the name of the reserve. By the way, in New South Wales, a Reserve is defined as a designated parcel of land which is used as a public garden or recreational space.
But is grass really not considered pedestrian access, or are reviewers being unnecessarily pedantic with "no sidewalk, no access"? Because if that were the case, there would be absolutely no wayspots with Niantic pedestrian access anywhere in this area.