in one of the newer estates in Werribee, Riverwalk, this park comes highly recommended for summer when the water is turned on and the heat is turned up! In the middle of winter, when it’s threatening to rain, this park was eerily quiet. The water features were turned off for maintenance, I believe the sign said as I entered the park. Now, I confess to have lived in the west since I was 3, and I can basically count on 2 hands, the amount of times I’ve been to Werribee. I’ll be definitely heading back here when the weather warms up! The park itself, is huge! Heaps of open spaces to run!
- timber climbing equipment, with soft rubber pathways and tanbark
- 1 smaller slide, 1 larger twisty slide
- climbing ropes
- balance beams, moving bridge
- 2 swings & 1 gyro swing
- monkey bars
- digger (in tanbark), tanbark sifting station – multiple levels with different exits
- cubby house under the smaller timber equipment
- Undercover area, BBQ facilities, toilets (I think were down near the basketball court)
the slides – first time he’s gone down a twisty slide! Unfortunately the weather was not on our side, and the wind was quite cold so we didn’t stay for too long. The slides were slightly wet from the shower we experienced driving there. He seemed to like the tanbark sifting area, but you really need other kids there to help lift the buckets of tanbark to the different levels. This area is definitely toddler friendly. The playground feels quite crowded with equipment, and if it were a busy day at the waterpark, I would imagine that there wouldn’t be enough space for lots of kids to run and play. Parking was extremely easy on a day like today! The display homes are opposite the park, so tempting for the parents to wander through.