Have Child, Will Travel – 9 Amazing Playgrounds Around Sydney

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There are some amazing parks across Sydney designed with older kids in mind, but with weekend sports, parties, work and other commitments, it’s hard to have the time to visit them! If you are lucky enough to have a bit of spare time, why not check out one of these travel-worthy playgrounds.

 

Blaxland Riverside Park

Jamieson St, Sydney Olympic Park

You’ll find: Slides, flying foxes, tunnels, slides, rock climbing, multi-level tree house, water play (all year round!), toilets, lots of picnics spots and a kiosk on weekends, public holidays and school holidays!

 

 

 

Jubilee Park

2B Boundary Rd, Mortdale

You’ll find: HUGE slides, climbing walls, a flying fox, swings, vortex swing, area for little kids with a shade sail, bike/scooter track for younger kids, basketball courts for older kids, as well as BBQ’s, picnic areas and toilets. 

 

 

 

Fairfield Aventure Park

Vine Street, Fairfield

You’ll find: slides, climbing frames, flying fox, giant swing, BBQ’s, seating, toilets and MORE! This one is definitely aimed at older kids and tweens!

 

 

 

Waitara Park

Waitara Ave, Waitara

You’ll find: a dedicated fully fenced, soft fall ground for littlies, and an area that older kids can enjoy with tall slides, a huge climbing structure, in-ground trampolines, swings and more. There is also seating, picnic areas and toilets on site.

 

 

 

Strathfield Park

Chalmers &, Homebush Rd, Strathfield

You’ll find: multiple play areas for different aged kids, HUGE flying foxes, large slides, rope climbing, music play area, vortex swings, ball area and so much more – all on soft fall ground. There are toilets and picnic areas onsite too.

 

 

Carss Bush Park

Carwar Ave, Carss Park (on the Georges River)

You’ll find: Climbing, swinging, lots of nature-inspired elements, rope courses and arches, lots of picnic areas, a cafe next door with toilets, play areas for younger and older kids – the list goes on! 

 

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Ian Potter’s WILD PLAY Garden, Centennial Parklands

Grand Drive, opposite the York Rd gates, in Centennial Park (follow park signs once in)

You’ll find: a massive treehouse structure with crossings and slides, balancing beams, bamboo forest, water play, tunnels – it’s all about nature and letting kids imaginations run wild! The playground also has picnic areas and toilets. FYI- Wild Play will be closed 1-31 August 2019 so the plants can have a rest, plus 400 new plants will be planted!

 

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Riverside Playground, Springs Farm

Burrell Road, Spring Farm 

You’ll find: Great cubby houses that double as climbing structures, slides, seesaws, trampolines, swings, flying fox, several large climbing rope frames, trampolines and so much more! It’s also wheelchair accessible with various picnic and seating spots.

 

Image: Ellas List

 

 

Howard Park, Gregory Hills

Burrell Road, Spring Farm

You’ll find: A HUGE rope climbing frame, slides, dedicated fenced area for little kids, swings, half basketball court, ping pong tables, rock climbing, seating & picnic areas but toilets are not super close by!

 

Image: Ellas List