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Friday, June 21, 2019
Tags New in 2017

Tag: New in 2017

A growing list of playgrounds, cafes and other family friendly activities that opened or were upgraded in 2017, in and around the City of Parramatta.

Henry Brigg Playground – Shaded Seaside Themed Playground | Epping

The little pocket park on the corner of Essex St and Maida Road in Epping was transformed in August 2017 into the new Henry...

Bungarribee Park – Regional Playground + Sydney Zoo | Doonside

Oh boy we have lots of fun when visiting the playground at Bungarribee Park. To be honest, my expectations weren't that high when we first...

Twickenham Avenue Reserve – Scooter/ Bike Track, Playground | Kellyville

My preschoolers just LOVE scootering so I have been on the look out for some more fun dinky tracks - purpose built, fun scooter...

Lynelle Park – Pirate Playground | Eastwood

We drive along Balaclava Road in Eastwood very frequently, particularly in summer on the way to the beach. So we were excited to see...

The Bells Road Social – Yummy, Family Friendly Cafe | Oatlands

You know it must be a great cafe when you have trouble deciding what to order as everything sounds and tastes so yummy. The...

Bay Vista Dessert Bar | Parramatta

For more than 25 years, Bay Vista Dessert Bar has been serving up indulgent, delicious desserts for Sydneysiders overlooking Brighton Le Sands. Now they...

Cowell’s Lane Reserve – Fenced District Playground | Ermington

I've always known that Cowell's Lane Reserve was a large off-leash dog park. What I didn't know was there was a gated playground there....

Auburn Park – Regional Playground | Auburn

There is nothing better than seeing a park packed full of people enjoying time with their families and friends. That is what we found...

Ninety5 Cafe | Top Ryde

First Impressions Count The interior is a fine balance between industrial hip fused with smooth beats, which makes it feel like you are in an...

Tuckwell Park Playground – District Playground| Macquarie Park

Brand new playgrounds are always lots of fun to explore as the play equipment is usually creative and interesting. Sometimes I think its actually...
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