Top Playgrounds in NSW
Livvi's Place at Yamble Reserve was opened with a colourful bang on the 3rd of February 2013.
Quarry Rd in Ryde
Huge Playground, very good.
Cnr Wodonga Pl and Ebden St in Albury
Great park still under construction (Oct 2011) lots of open space, shelters, BBQs & playground..
Jamieson St in Sydney Olympic Park
Probably the best children's park in the Hunter Region. Park comprises extensive playground that children of all ages would enjoy. Council is currentl.
Creek Reserve Rd in Speers Point
Huge, appropriate for toddlers to late teens.
The Esplanade in Umina Beach
Great park for all ages.
Henley Marine Drive in Five Dock
New facilities. Grass for picnics as well as tables. Water play area. Car Thursday to Monday. Toilets. Easy to find. Lots of trees for shade..
Richmond Road in Blacktown
Combination of old and new equipment suitable for all ages.
Bridge Street in Freemans Reach
The Playground at Darling Quarter opened today; and did the kids give it a work out! Heaps of great climbing structures, a cafe and amenities block right in the middle and the best water play I\'ve ever seen.
Darling Harbour in Sydney
Terrific timber adventure playground, suits many ages and abilities. Next door to the Botanic Gardens. Lots to experience and do! Highly recommend!!.
Yellow Box Way in Orange
Great for toddlers to about 7 year olds. Has rubber flooring. Well built and accessible for toddlers. Outdoors but close to coffee. Sunshades over som.
Sentry Dr in Stanhope Gardens
Finally a World Class Playground in Rozelle.
Byrnes Street in Rozelle
This park has recently added a much larger playground area and there is a little road for kids to learn road rules on their scooters. There is also pl.
Walpole St in Holroyd
Massive shaded, chlorinated and quite clean paddling pool with mega dry slide nearby. Huge climbing web with mulch base. Many covered tables and BBQs .
Pellisier Rd in Cabarita
A great park, the best in this area. Perfect for different ages. Shady and enclosed. Safe bushy areas for "adventures" and finally toilets are being b.
Robert Mockler Ln in Manly Vale
This park is humungous. It has a wide range of climbing equipment and swings including a flying fox! Also sandpit and bike track. Best suited to older.
Blenheim rd in North Ryde
Features include a Liberty Swing, for the use of people in wheelchairs.
Central Coast Highway in Long Jetty
New playground within the parramatta lakes reserve with equipment suitable for older and younger kids. The lakes offer toilets, BBQ areas, a cafe, bus.
Illawong Drive in North Parramatta
This is a brand new park, and there is plenty of parking close by. It is completely fenced off with majority of the play equipment on soft ground. It .
Cnr North Rocks Rd & Farnell Avenue in Carlingford
Winnererremy Bay is a popular parkland area right on the bay in Mona Vale.
Mona St in Mona Vale
We LOVE this park.
Crn Cowpasture Rd and Horsley Dr in Abbotsbury
Lillian Fowler was New South Wales\' first female magistrate, first female Mayor (she was Mayor of Newtown) and first female MLA, so it\'s just as well this little park named after her is so lovely!.
Angel Street in Erskineville
Tilman Park is bounded on one side by a busy road, on two sides by train tracks (a passenger line AND a goods line) and is directly under the flight path close to Kingsford Smith airport.
Unwins Bridge Road in Tempe
This is a great park for a family day out. The playground is a decent size with a range of equipment set in a huge open grassy space amid mature eucal.
Oatley Park Road in Mortdale
This park has no swings. More suitable for older kids..
Woolcott St in Waverton
A great park with parking and toilets and bubbler..
Blackbutts Rd in Frenchs Forest
This park has been fully redone.
Les Darcy Drive in Maitland
The playground is at the bottom of Morella Road, adjoining Sydney Harbour National Park.
Off Morella Rd in Mosman