This playground is located on the Geelong waterfront, sandwiched between the Geelong Pier and the skate park. There is plenty of parking, but it does get busy, especially on the weekends. There are toilets right next to the playground as well. We enjoyed sitting on the park bench, eating fish and chips and watching the seals play in the water. There is also a little water fountain/water play area at the front edge of the park, which was a gift to the people of Geelong.
- skate park
- Multicolored enclosed slide
- look out to climb into, complete with speaking tube
- fixed boat to climb into, with speaking tube
- winding, curved pathways to get up to the slide entrance
- a few more speaking tubes dotted around the playground
- large net structure to climb
- spring boat
- sand to play in
- Loch Ness Monster to climb on
The Loch Ness Monster – he is familiar with the one at Werribee South so he gladly went up to wave at it. He was also excited to have a play in both boats on display. The spring rocker boat had a steering wheel, so I think that one was the clear favourite. He wasn’t in the mood to try the slide, but was happy to climb to the top platform and watch the bigger kids go down it. It was a really nice spot to stop, and have some lunch and it seemed to entertain kids of all ages.