Leichhardt Highway

Playground Map

Added by Kerrie-Ann, April 22, 2012

The Leichhardt Highway stretches from Melbourne to Rockhampton.It includes Melbourne, Shepparton, Tocumwal, Narrandera, West Wyalong, Forbes, Parkes, Dubbo, Gilgandra, Coonabarrabran, Narrabri, Moree, Goondiwindi, Moonie, Tara, Miles, Taroom, Theodore, Banana, Mt Morgan, Rockhampton and Yeppoon.

KidsTown is a fantastic playground for the whole family.
Midland Hwy in Shepparton
Camp Ln in Forbes
A really lovely park. We have been at this park both in summer when the trees have full foliage and now in winter where the leaves are now the ground.
Essex St in Binnaway
Appleton Park
Brilliant playground with beginners bike trail, music making, climbing and sand pit.
Appleton Dr in Yeppoon
Spring rockers, chain ladder, slides, flying fox and swings are some of the features of this playground. The playgound is right next door to the skat.
Warrego Hwy in Miles
Artplay Playground
Birrarung Marr is well worth a trip into the city to visit.
Birrarung Marr in Melbourne
Danks St in Melbourne
A large new playground (2011) for all ages.
Twynam Street in Narrandera
Victoria Park
Livvi's Place Dubbo is the first regional playground designed for children with neurological disabilities. Officially opened in March 2011, the playgr.
Talbragar St in Dubbo
Kirkby Park
The official name for this park is Kirkby Park but gets it's nickname because of the huge rocket slide that is the main feature of this playground. T.
Frome St in Moree
Memorial Park
A nice playground set within a nice grassy park with plenty of picnic tables (although most are not shaded). There are several playground areas withi.
Cnr Marshall St and Moffatt St in Goondiwindi
Located behind the Information Centre and next to the swimming pool, tennis club and sports oval this playground is a nice place to stop. The playgro.
Moonie Crossroad in Moonie
Fenced off simple and small play area in shady spot. Directly next to grassy reserve..
Alexandra Parade in Fitzroy
Holden St in Fitzroy North
Renewed early 2012 with new equipment. Good, simple park. Has flat new grassy area good for ball games, frisbee etc. Only a couple of seats. Good back.
Dalziel Ln in Northcote
Nice and shady park. Lots of equipment..
Jackson St in Westgarth
Old school wooden park with castle theme. Better for older children 2 or 3, but does have a baby swing. Lots of shade, one park bench. No toilets..
Sumner Ave in Northcote
Bushmans Dam
Quite a good park with the usual climbing, play and slide equipment for bigger and smaller kids. Big shade sails. Covered table and BBQ area. Fields f.
Thomas St in Parkes
Great park lots of open space, ducks and birdlife. Plenty of shade and great coffee..
Mount Alexander Rd in Moonee Ponds
Skinners
Both the South Melbourne & St Kilda Adventure playgrounds are often referred to as neighbourhood “backyards” and give children the chance to use t.
Address: Entrance between 209 & 211 Dorcas Street in South Melbourne
A magical garden where children can play and explore, paddle, hide, dig, climb and generally have a wonderful time. Lots of special features including.
Birdwood Avenue in South Yarra
Lions Park
Opposite the western bulldogs home ground this larger than average park is fenced and has a lot of trees nearby.
Barkly St in Footscray
Hp Zwar Reserve
Has a number of pieces of play equipment that will appeal to a variety of ages and abilities. Set back from the road with nice surroundings. Lots of s.
Cramer St in Preston
New wooden equipment, large grassed area, sandpit with digger..
Separation St in Northcote
This is a nice park, situated right next to the Kew Traffic School. There is a great array of climbing equipment, plus swings, flying fox, monkey bars.
Grange Rd in Kew
Awesome park!.
Alfred Crescent in Fitzroy North
Recently updated this playground is now sparkly new with older baby, toddler equipment and older children equipment. Two awesome tunnel slides. And if.
De Chene Parade in Coburg North
Visited this playground for the first time today after seeing it many times and thinking it was the sort of playground I would have loved. Is all woo.
Aughtie Drive in Middle Park
Great.
Altona St in Kensington
Near water which is nice but not really fenced, just far from road. Good activities, near supermarket, large grassy area..
Woodland St in Essendon
Best playground in the western suburbs of Melbourne.
Langs Rd in Ascot Vale
Set in a large garden surrounded by ovals.
Cnr Hyde & Somerville Road in Seddon
Fanatastic playground for all ages - 3 flying foxes (one with toodler strap), a pendulum swing, big climbing frame, great under cover BBQ area and toi.
Oriel Rd in Heidelberg West
This terrific playground is sited right next to the Goulburn Weir.
Goulburn Weir Road in Goulburn Weir
All children love to make a lot of noise and they have a wide choice of play equipment at this playground.
Gaffney Street in Coburg
This is a lovely inner city park with lots of mature shade trees, an undercover picnic area, and fairly new playground equipment.
Bastings St in Northcote
This is a lovely spot for a play on a warm Autumn morning.
Princes Park Drive in Carlton North
Big slide park
Victoria Park is really quite huge, with two play areas that are at opposite ends of the park.
Adeney Ave in Kew
There is a real sense of community in this lovely park.
Newry Street in Carlton North
We really like this playground.
Hilda Crescent in Hawthorn
There are 3 play areas at this park as well as a basketball court and plenty of room to move.
Rathdowne Street in Carlton
There is no need to describe the play equipment here - it is safe to assume that this playground has it all, and then some! Just completed, this cheery playground offers much fun for all ages and abilities.
Powlett Street in East Melbourne
Decent park on busy road. Good for toddlers, especially those who like to roam as it is fully fenced with toddler gates. Some shade from a few trees. .
Arthurton Rd & St Georges Rd in Northcote
No fencing, and no sun shade, could be rather hot in summer but otherwise lovely..
Liardet St in Port Melbourne
Beetham Parade in Rosanna
Street parking. 3 slides, 2 swings, 2 see-saws, climbing structures. Sometimes equipment too hot to touch in the late afternoon in summer..
Albert Street in Brunswick East
Great array of play equipment. But best part of all is the Botanic Gardens has a free zoo, yes free! Including animals such as kangaroos, bird aviary,.
Spencer St in West Rockhampton
A good park, with play equipment, a basketball ring, and exercise equipment too. No toilets or shelter though!.
King St in Law Courts
Spider Park
Flemington Rd in Parkville
Windy and cold but good toilets and play equipment for toddlers through to primary kids..
Queen St in Wallan
This small park is the site of the monthly Nagambie market (1st Sat of the month). While the playground is a bit ordinary, it would keep kids entertai.
Blayney Ln in Nagambie
This playground is just a basic climbing unit.
Grand Canal Crescent in Nagambie
I made up the name of this park.
Goulburn Valley Hwy in Seymour
Kings Park is very large, with a footy ground, cricket pitch and nets, netball court, bowling club and equestrian facilities.
Tallarook St in Seymour
Seymour Station Playground
A playground food for younger children, with slides, swings, flying fox. The real steam engine is surrounded by a fence, but the children can go into .
Goulburn Valley Hwy in Seymour
A simple playground with two sets of swings, some of the equipment is smaller which is good for younger children..
Trevan St in Seymour
Has grassed area for kicking a footy and a small play area with slide and swings for littler ones.
Wellington St in Wallan
Nice park, no toilet..
Roulston Way in Wallan
Highlands Playground
A large playground, only a couple of months old.
Cleveland Drive in Craigieburn
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Craigieburn Road in Craigieburn
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Marne Drive in Roxburgh Park
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Leatherwood Grove in Meadow Heights
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Blair Street in Dallas
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Barry Road in Meadow Heights
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Camp Road in Broadmeadows
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Somerset Road in Campbellfield
Anselm Grove in Glenroy
This playground looks well loved. The paint is peeling, and the equipment looks like it has graced the park for a very long time. But I reckon kids lo.
Pallett St in Coburg
It all happens here on a Saturday afternoon.
Oakbank Grove in Pascoe Vale
Newly redeveloped playground contains dual swing, climbing web, small fort & slide, basket swing, small rocker.
Hope St in Brunswick
Owen St in Brunswick West
Highly utilised (by the next door kindergarten) but aging and uninspired playground for the under 5s..
Guthrie St in Brunswick West
The only thing that stops this from being rated Poor is the adjacent park with small hills, amphitheatre and bridges over a dry creek.
Albert St in Brunswick
Nice playground with 4 separate structures and 4 swings. Really neat and tidy and lots of seats for parents to rest..
Dryburgh St in North Melbourne
A nice place for locals to have a BBQ with a playground for children..
Cashmere St in Travancore
Significant local playground pitched at 0-12 with fort and climbing equipment, scooter track around the equipment, swing set, and plenty of space to kick a ball.
Gold St in Brunswick
Little park..
Austral St in Parkes
Tink Ave in Dubbo
Edward St in Moree