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Have kids that love climbing? Here are the playgrounds we have reviewed that have a rope climbing tower.

James Ruse Reserve – Water Playground, Skate Park and More |...

James Ruse Reserve has a lot to offer families. There's a fantastic water playground, great 'dry' playground, skate park and picnic facilities. And all...

Putney Park – Toddler Pools, Big Slides, Playgrounds | Putney

Putney Park is a beautiful park along the Parramatta river. It's no wonder it's a local favourite for family gatherings, with lovely views of...

Halvorsen Park – District Playground | Ermington

Toddlers and preschoolers will have a fantastic time at the playground in Halvorsen Park, that opened late 2016. And there are a few things...

Casula Parklands – NEW Adventure Playground | Casula

Casula Parklands is located along Powerhouse Road, just before you reach Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. We love that it's a NEW adventure playground and...

Boronia Park – Shaded Great Playground, Gardens and More | Epping

A visit to Boronia Park should be a real delight for babies through to early primary school kids, and us parents - well it...

North Rocks Park – Fenced District Playground | Carlingford

North Rocks Park is actually in Carlingford - just to confuse you! - along North Rocks Road. Within the park there's a community centre,...

Fairfield Adventure Park – Awesome Playground for Older Kids | Fairfield

We have been visiting the Fairfield Leisure Centre, with its fun outdoor water playground, for about 2 years now. And it's hard to miss...

Hoskins Reserve – Shaded Neighbourhood Playground | Rhodes

Close to Rhodes Waterside Shopping Centre is a great park, with a new community garden. It's the perfect place to stop if the kids...

Blenheim Park – Play, Picnic, Bikes, Dogs and Cars | North...

Blenheim Park is a popular, large regional park -  one of five in the City of Ryde. And great for family get-togethers, particularly with...

Darvall Park – Playgrounds and Bushwalks | Denistone

When we first moved to the area in 2014, I spent a lot of time looking at Google Maps for large green spots, aka...
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