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Free Water Fun – Ultimate Guide | Parramatta Region and Beyond

Chances are you're looking for ways to cool down with your kids thanks to this warm weather. While in Western Sydney we can't easily...

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 favourite for family gatherings, with lovely views of the...

James Ruse Reserve – Water Playground, Skate Park | Parramatta

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...

Livvis’s Place Elara – Fab Fenced Playground, Water Play, Dinky Track...

Opening on 18th April, Livvi's Place Elara brings the number of inclusive playgrounds by Touched by Olivia in Sydney to six - yay! You'll...

Dundas Park – Water Playground, Sports Fields, Cafe | Dundas Valley

Dundas Park was our local park for a few years - we literally lived across the road from it. I loved hearing the shrills...

Ollie Webb Reserve – Livvi’s Place and Water Playground | Parramatta

Just a bit south of Westfield Parramatta, along Pitt Street, you'll find the large Ollie Webb Reserve. We love that it's now home to...

Curry Reserve – Biggest and Best FREE Water Playground in Greater...

We have a bit of a water playground crush at the moment - well for the last few years! Just love the fact that...

Governor Phillip Park – Regional Playground | Windsor

Governor Phillip Park is a popular regional park, with lovely views of the Hawkesbury River. There are also walking/cycle paths, BBQs, picnic tables, toilets...

Blaxland Riverside Park – Regional Playground | Newington

Gazing upon images of an amazing park on Facebook, I wondered where on Earth this incredible playground was. Upon asking, I found out it...

Birrong Leisure Centre | Auburn, Bankstown Area

Birrong Leisure Centre is located just south of Auburn, in between Regents Park and Sefton train stations, and probably has one of the first water playgrounds...
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