Top Playgrounds in WA
Brand new amazing playground! The only criticism is the lack of shade.
First Ave in Caversham
Heaps of room for the kids to run around, brand new up-to-date playground in a ship design. There is an enclosed area for toddlers. The only bad thing.
Clifton St in Kelmscott
Large, fenced playground that is wheelchair accessible. Two sets of swings, climbing frames suitable for toddlers & older children. Also has an old-st.
Wordsworth Ave in Yokine
Lots of variety for all ages..
Weatherill Way in Noranda
Great playground for younger kids.
Corner of Curtis and Kitchener Roads in Melville
Great for toddlers, with 3 different height/speed slides, as well as 3 different types of swings (5 in total). There are fireman poles, a tunnel, tic-.
Milne St in Bayswater
This is the biggest free entry Fun Park in Australia, worth over $2 million and has play equipment for all ages - from toddlers to teenagers.
Cnr Collins and Reserve Streets in Donnybrook
This is a great playground with lots of big shady trees and brand new equipment with lots of slides, climbing walls and swings. There are free bbqs an.
Point Walter Road in Bicton
Big stone dinosaurs, climbing frames, slides, swings, wooden 'treetop' walk, stepping stones, separate island with additional playground and trees tha.
May Drive in West Perth
There are ducks at the lake too!.
Rivergums Blvd in Baldivis
Warnbro Sound Ave in Port Kennedy
This is a big playground with swings, slides, climbing frames, seesaw etc. It is close to the fish & chip, ice cream and coffee shops so makes for a .
Mandurah Tce in Mandurah
This playground is like a huge 'pirate' ship with slides and swings and cubby and hidey holes. Lot of big shade trees to sit under if the benches are.
Canning Beach Road in Applecross
Fantastic playground featuring areas for littlies as well as bigger kids. There are water features that spurt out of the ground and the main feature,.
cnr Abernethy & Alexander Road in Belmont