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Silverwater Park – Playground, Ferry Watching, Picnics | Silverwater

Silverwater Park is on the south side of Parramatta River, next to Silverwater Bridge. There is a large grassy area, a pathway all around it,...

Kilpack Park – Fenced Neighbourhood Playground | Carlingford

We usually visit the fully fenced Kilpack Park after gymnastics at YMCA Epping and it is great for my boys to burn off a...

Waterloo Park – Neighbourhood Playground | Marsfield

Waterloo Park has a leafy setting, with natural shade combined with wide open spaces.  There is a variety of play and recreation options, which...

Watts Park – Fenced Playground | Ryde

Hidden in a quiet suburban street behind Midway Shops is Watts Park. This little gem has quickly become a favourite with Mr 4. With...

John Curtin Reserve – Playground, Bushwalks, Hall | Winston Hills

We recently parked at the Moxham Park carpark in Northmead (opposite Northmead Primary School) and started exploring. We were bushwalking along Water Dragon Way...

Anna Maria King Park – Fenced Neighbourhood Playground | Dundas

There are times when you just need a good old safe and simple playground for a quick play. Anna Maria King Park is a...

Harold Moon Reserve – District Playground | Auburn

I don't know about you, but I love medium-sized playgrounds. With two kids to watch (mine are aged 4 and just under 2), the...

W.R. Musto Reserve – Fenced Playground | Parramatta

If you're looking for a quiet, stress-free way to burn your kids' excess energy while you watch them from a nearby bench, head down...

Biplane Park – Plane Playground | Rosehill

The main attraction at Biplane Park is definitely the biplane shaped play equipment. And I love the added touch of the runway! The park is...

Hannibal Macarthur Park – Neighbourhood Playground | Rydalmere

Hannibal Macarthur Park is a nice, typical local playground on a quiet street. It has the added benefit of being about 350m from the...
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