Ollie Webb Reserve, Parramatta

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The City of Parramatta’s first all-inclusive playground and water play park was opened at Ollie Webb Reserve, Parramatta in early 2019. The $1.8 million regional-size playground provides a place for children of all ages and abilities to enjoy year-round. 

The reserve itself features two sporting fields used by a variety of sporting clubs, schools and community groups as well as the following amenities:

  • toilet block
  • street parking
  • a playground (more details below)
  • outdoor exercise equipment
  • BBQs
  • one third basketball court
  • picnic tables and park benches
  • walking path


Source: Hills District Mums


As for the playground, it has it all and will provide hours of fun. Just to name some of the equipment, the park features:

  • swings
  • trampolines
  • accessible carousel
  • train and carriage
  • slides
  • tunnels
  • rock climbing
  • climbing ropes and nets
  • sandpit
  • water play
  • musical chimes
  • and heaps more!


This playground is HUGE! And there is genuinely something for everybody which is the whole aim of the ‘Touched by Olivia’ foundation. In more good news, it is fully fenced, there are bubblers and there’s plenty of parking!

Kids of all ages will love this space. Great work City of Parramatta & Touched by Olivia.



Source: Hills District Mums


Getting There

You’ll find this wonderful play space at 37a Glebe St, Parramatta. Parking is available on Glebe, Bobart and King Streets.




RDM Rating

Age range: 2 – 12 years

Coffee close by: 0

Shade sails: 1

Bike/scooter track: 1 – there are paths that kids can scooter on

Noteworthy feature/s: 1- all inclusive, all abilities!

Can host a party (BBQ, tables, toilets): 1

Gated / safe: 1

TOTAL: 5 / 6

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