When my now Mr 2 was born, we spent many a morning at John Wearn Reserve here while he slept or feed and Mr then 18mos happily played – and I didn’t need to worry about him running off. Due to recent boundary changes, this reserve has been transferred to the City of Parramatta from the Hills Shire. And it will finally be upgraded from 16th September 2019.
Below is our review of John Wearn Reserve before the upgrade.
While the fenced, shaded playground at John Wearn Reserve is small in space compared with others, it is perfect for preschoolers and should keep them easily entertained for quite some time.
All the equipment inside the playground is sized just right for preschoolers and provides an opportunity for them to try out miniature versions of monkey bars, wall climbing with a rope and chain bridge walking while being close to the ground.
Also in the reserve is a scooter track (complete with a tunnel), swings, basketball court, small snake pit for skaters, bbqs, picnic tables and off-street parking….unfortunately though there aren’t any toilets.
Just around the corner is the North Rocks Park, with a great fenced playground for primary school kids.
Finding John Wearn Reserve
John Wearn Reserve is right near North Rocks Park, just off Farnell Ave. There are a few on-site parking sports. Or you can catch the 546 bus there.