Top Playgrounds in TAS
Something for everyone with plenty of slides, swings, ramps, ladders and ropes this park covers just about all bases.
Beach Rd in Sandy Bay
This one is a local favourite - I'm not sure if it has a proper name, but everyone I know calls it 'The Duck Park'.
Balmoral Rd in Kingston Beach
Our favourite park in the Greater Hobart area.
Esplanade in Margate
Marieville Esplanade in Sandy Bay
This park has just been updated. My 15 month old loves it. It has cubbyhole type play areas and a gentle slide, two swings with buckle and two normal ones, lots of bouncy and twirly things and a BBQ. .
Seymour St in Brighton
Darcy St in South Hobart
Lovely huge parks, lots of open space and play equipment, watch the ducks at the pond..
Veronica Crescent in Norwood
Parsonage Pl in Sorell
This is the Southern Christian College playground and is actually quite impressive. There is a giant pirate ship, swings, monkey bars, a tyre swing, play equipment, a half court (with basketball hoop).
Redwood Road in Kingston
Nice playground, could do with some shade. Right on the beach..
Dumbleton Street in Hawley Beach
Play a round of putt putt stopping for a play on the fenced playground..
Creek Rd in Moonah
Shade sail, baby swing and swing for older child, slide etc..
Scamander Ave or Tasman Hwy in Scamander
near Anzac Park
Good range of equipment including baby swing, swing for older child, slide, etc. Quite new..
Main St in Legerwood
Shoreline Dr in Howrah
Great park, lots of swings a maze open space and a boardwalk by the river..
Valley St in Trevallyn
This park has the Royal seal of approval it seems, as it is a favourite of Princess Mary and her children on visits back to Tassie.
Hill St in West Hobart
Perfect for the 'furry children'.
Montagu St in Sorell
Pindos Drive in Tranmere
Hamilton Street in West Hobart
Surf Road in Seven Mile Beach
Wellington St in Longford
W Parade in Casey
Derwent St in Bellerive
Queens Walk in New Town
Esplanade in Rose Bay
Racecourse Rd in Brighton
Forest Road Reserve
Lyell Hwy in Granton
Natone St in Lindisfarne
Hume St in Lindisfarne
Esplanade in Lindisfarne
Bayview Rd in Lauderdale
Midland Hwy in Pontville
Slide, small helicopter slide, swings and monkey bars..
Alfred St in Scottsdale
Two slides, baby swing, swing for older child, noughts & crosses and climbing frame..
Giblin St/High St in Mathinna
Slide, monkey bars, climbing frame and drawbridge..
Esk Highway in Fingal
Meech St in Currie
A good park with fenced play ground on waters edge. Only shade in fenced area is one picnic table. Very pretty outlook. Road is very close to park..
Channel Hwy in Huonville
Mellifont St in Hobart
Bridge St in Richmond
Conway St in Mowbray
Set amongst the lovely open green grass and shady trees of Fitzroy Gardens, this playground is compact but still lots of fun.
Digney St in Dynnyrne
The Boat Park
A great park for letting the kids run riot after the hubbub of the Salamanca markets. There is plenty of sloping grasslands to roll down as well as a big boat play area with two smaller slides for the.
Castray Esplanade in Battery Point
Murray St in Evandale
Coreys fun park
Plenty of kids rides and slides..
Bluff Road in Devonport
Tyndall Road in Kingston Beach
Being renovated now..
Doyle Avenue in Lenah Valley
Arthur Circle in Battery Point
Dog off lead friendly too..
Wentworth St in South Hobart
Very basic play equipment, slide, swing and seesaw. On the banks of muddy creek and rubicon estuary. Would be good for swimming in summer when the tide is in..
Port St in Port Sorell
Basic but good if living or staying nearby..
Malunna Rd in Lindisfarne
The best feature is that it's just over the road from Pidgeon Hole Cafe. Otherwise it's just a tiny play area..
Goulburn Street in Hobart