GR Bricker Reserve is located in the southern Melbourne suburb of Moorabbin.
The reserve is divided by Rowans Road, with sporting facilities on its western side and recreational space and gardens on its eastern side.
The venue had a synthetic track laid on it in 2018 as part of a council master plan for the reserve, replacing a rubberised asphalt track. The track was opened on 5 October 2018.
The venue is open to the public at all times and is used primarily for Little Athletics and local runners. Suiting this purpose, the long throw facilities (discus and javelin) all point in the same direction and are only suitable for throws of around 40 metres in length. Two multi-directional long jump pits are located internal to the back straight, while two scoria shot put circle landing areas and a high jump fan are located in the D’s of the track, at the western and eastern ends respectively.
There are club rooms for the local Little Athletics Centre adjacent to the 100m start. There is a car parking area separating the track from an adjacent oval, which is used primarily for cricket and AFL.
The venue is managed by the City of Kingston and is open to the public.