Djila Tjarri Park is located alongside the Banyul-Warri sports fields, on Merrijig Drive, on the edge of Torquay. We ventured down here in July, and this was one of the many playgrounds I squeezed into visiting on one fairly hectic day! We were lucky and had some beautiful, sunny, winter weather. Whilst we came unprepared with no scooter or skateboard, Jack was happy watching adults and kids alike, at the skate park. Finally getting around to writing this down, I noted that there was an article advising that one of the skate bowls has since been closed.
- shade cover, with seating and BBQ’s
- expansive rope climbing course, set in sand
- nest swing
- large enclosed, curly slide
- concrete rock climbing wall
- spinning merry go round
- noisy tyre (great for jumping, watch the video below)
- xylophone fish
- swings x 2
- rope walk
- wide slide
Exploring the nets, climbing up and over and doing ‘exercises’ on them. He also loved jumping on the tyre, and going on the big slide. It was so hard to drag him away from this playground as he was also happy watching all the kids skating. He begged to come back with his scooter so that he could have a go!