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Tag: dinky track

A dinky track is a purpose built bike and scooter track that mimics a road and are safe for kids to ride on. They almost always have road markings and usually have street signs as well.

Below you will find local parks and playgrounds that we have reviewed with a dinky track. For a longer list of parks with paths suitable to ride on, see here.

Fred Robertson Reserve – Playground, Cafe, Street Library, Bushwalks | Oatlands

Set amongst the bush, the playground at Fred Robertson Park looks right at home. Next to the playground is a large bush area that...

Jim Walsh Park – District Playground (Photos Only) | Eastwood

Our review of Jim Walsh Park is coming soon. In the meantime, here are some photos. Finding Jim Walsh Park

Buffalo Creek Reserve – Shaded District Playground + Bushwalks | Hunters...

The playground at Buffalo Creek Reserve has had an upgrade! There is still the fabulous large shade cloth covering the playground, but now the...

Bicentennial Park – 2 Playgrounds + Tracks + Lake | Sydney...

Bicentennial Park has so much to enjoy and for all ages. From two playgrounds (Village Green and Concord West), bushwalks and a lake with ducks...

Holroyd Gardens – Regional Playground, Learn to Ride Track | Merrylands

You can easily spend an hour or all day at Holroyd Gardens. Riding on the purpose built bike training track, playing in the two...

Lions Park – District Playground | West Ryde

We sometimes pop in to Lions Park on our way home from playgroup or go for a little afternoon play. My boys love the...

Upjohn Park – District Playground | Rydalmere

Upjohn Park is actually a rather large park, but you could easily miss it as it is almost invisible from the streets surrounding it...

Reynolds Park – District Playground | Toongabbie

More than your normal local suburban park, you will find enough to keep your little ones busy for a good hour or two at...
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