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Swans in Sean Walsh Park, Tallaght, Dublin 24

The Sean Walsh Memorial Park is a vital local amenity for the Tallaght community since it opened in 1989 and has been home to many swans down through the years.

The park is located in the heart of Tallaght just off the N81 town bypass. It comprises ornamental formal gardens with attractive water features such as ponds and waterfalls. Extensive tree planting allows shaded areas for relaxation. Pedestrian paths around the ponds allow for a pleasant walks and passive recreation. The Dublin mountains form a gentle backdrop to this neighbourhood park which overlooks The Square.

The park adjoins Old Bawn Road and provides a means of crossing to The Square shopping centre via a blue footbridge. Tallaght Stadium, home of Shamrock Rovers was officially opened in May 2009 and is a purpose built, 6000 seat, state of the art football stadium located right in the park.

Photos of Mute Swans in Sean Walsh Park in Tallaght, Dublin 24

Mute swans on the lake in Sean Walsh Park, Tallaght Dublin 24 Mute swans on the lake in Sean Walsh Park
Juvenile mute swans on the lake in Sean Walsh Park, Tallaght Dublin 24 Juvenile swan on the lake in Sean Walsh Park, Tallaght Dublin 24 Young swan on the lake in Sean Walsh Park, Tallaght Dublin 24
Mute swans courtship n the lake in Sean Walsh Park, Tallaght Dublin 24 Courting mute swans on the lake in Tallaght Dublin 24 courting swans Tallaght

Images of Oil Damaged Swans in Tallaght : Tallaght Litter Mugs

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