I’ve been super slack at getting these photos loaded – I was looking at the photos thinking that Jack looks so different these days. Then I realised that these photos are from July last year, whoops!
Anyway, I digress. This playground was heaving on the Saturday morning that I visited. It is tucked away at the back of the estate and it certainly brings people in. It seems to cater for everyone. There are toilets and a cafe around the corner. There’s shaded areas and nature play areas as well. It’s just one of those playgrounds that as soon as you get out of the car, you just can’t quite decide what area you are going to run to first! It’s well and truly worth a visit!
- large flying fox
- sand play area
- pulleys, buckets
- multiple rope climbing sections
- a really cool spinning net that I hadn’t seen before
- large structure
- bridge walk
- large tunnels
- BBQ facilities
the sand play area. I think it was one of the first times that he actually wanted to play in the sand area and was really enthusiastic on figuring out how to pull the buckets up and empty into the pipes. He was a little overwhelmed in the larger playground, as there were big kids running around and having a ball. He also enjoyed the large tunnels that he could run through and I was super proud that he attempted a few runs of the flying fox (I was super proud that he stood and waited for his turn too). I’m glad he sat still long enough for a photo on top of the wombat. They seem to have these gorgeous little wood carvings dotted through the play area.