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All roads lead to Ryde… or at least through it for us on the way to the city or beach! ? The City of Ryde makes for a good place to stop off with your kids or as a destination in itself. There’s some great playgrounds as well as family friendly cafes, libraries and shopping centres. Plus gorgeous spots to enjoy Parramatta River.

Here we provide reviews of all the playgrounds in Ryde we have played at – 40 out of 100 so far!

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...

Fontenoy Park – Neighbourhood Playground | Macquarie Park

Fontenoy Park is a welcome green oasis amongst the medium-high density townhouse and apartment complexes that dominate this part of Macquarie Park. It has...

North Ryde Park – District Playground | North Ryde

It's rare to find a neighbourhood-sized park with a variety of equipment catering to the 6-years plus age group.  As a result, you often...

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...

Granny Smith Memorial Park – District Playground | Eastwood

So you've reached that moment where your little one is walking and wants to explore. Brilliant! Time to hit the local parks to play,...

Lardelli Park – District Playground | Putney Hill

You may have driven past the new Putney Hill residences when heading to Putney Park or driving through Putney. This large complex hosts many apartments,...

Memorial Park – District Playground | Meadowbank

Overlooking Parramatta River and Rhodes is Memorial Park. It runs down a hill in between the T1 Northern train line and Meadowbank Park. The lovely, tranquil...

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

Banjo Paterson Park – District Playground | Gladesville

Wow, what a gorgeous spot along Parramatta River and an awesome new playground. Banjo Paterson Park definitely has a LOT to offer families. There...

Anderson Park – Neighbourhood Playground | Ryde

Located in a lovely spot along Parramatta River, Anderson Park has a shaded, medium sized playground. There is a boat themed climbing play gym, swings,...
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