The main play equipment. Pity seeing a little graffiti on this.
Corner of Hannans Road and Kardella Crescent Narwee NSW 2209
At a Glance:
Entry Fee: No
Kiosk or Cafe:
No. You'll need to walk another block to 7-Eleven, or to Narwee Bakery on Penshurst Road. Otherwise there are eateries on Broad Arrow Road on the side in between Narwee Train Station.
Yes - all play equipment available as pictured.
Yes. Right underneath the play equipment.
No water bubblers. Water bottles are available at either 7-Eleven or Narwee Bakery on the same side.
Best for kids ages 2-7.
A glimpse of the main road, right next to the train line.
This is a quiet corner park, within close proximity to Narwee Train Station. It is a local council run park.
A slippery dip
There are simple swings for the kids to enjoy, as well as a decent space to run around. There are an abundance of seats.
Ample green space. Pretty great for a fairly small park.
Narwee was an area occupied by a majority of empty nesters. There are times when the park is not used at all. However, this park is starting to be put to good use as there are more young families moving into this area. Many of the families who use this park live right across the road on the Kardella Crescent side.
A painting right outside the park - on a signal box.
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