Sydneys Best Playgrounds

Sydneys Best Playgrounds

Posted 2013-02-09 by Ivana Katzfollow
A great playground is one that not only has good equipment for the kids, but one that offers great facilities for the parents – a place to sit, buy coffee, has toilets nearby, not to mention convenient parking.

These are some of Sydney’s best playgrounds.

Bronte Park Playground
Bronte Road, Bronte

Features: Sheltered playground, beach café, swimming at the beach and rock pool, toilets, BBQs, picnic areas, undercover seating and tables. Parking available in side streets. More information on

Carss Bush Playground
Carwar Avenue, Blakehurst

Features: Open playground, café/kiosk, beach with no waves, bike/skateboard track, toilets, BBQs, picnic areas, undercover benches with tables, lots of trees which provide shade. Small carpark nearby. More information on Carss Bush Park

Bicentennial Park Playground
Australia Avenue, Homebush

Features: Sheltered playground for young and older children, family friendly café with outdoor seating, bike/skateboard track, toilets, BBQs, picnic areas, benches, shade, water fountains for splashing, bike hire. Plenty of parking. More information on
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Sydney Park Playground
Sydney Park Road, Alexandria

Features: Open playground with several great slides, sandpit with squirting water for building sandcastles, café, toilets, plenty of seating areas, bike/skateboard track, water bubblers for pets. Parking is available at a carpark or side streets.

Robertson Park Playground
Military Road, Watsons Bay

Features: Sheltered playground, restaurants and cafés, beach with no waves, bike/skateboard track, toilets, picnic areas, seating, shade. Parking in side streets.

Parsley Bay Reserve Playground
Parsley Road, Vaucluse

Features: Open playground, kiosk, beach with no waves, toilets, picnic areas, seating, some shade. Small carpark next to reserve. Also street parking is available
More information on Parsley Bay Reserve

Winnererremy Bay Playground
Mona Street, Mona Vale

Features: Sheltered and enclosed playground, café with indoor and outdoor seating, pet friendly, swimming, bike/skateboard track, toilets, BBQs, sheltered picnic tables and benches. Plenty of parking in carpark and side streets. More information Winnererremy Bay Winnererremy Bay

Darling Quarter Playground
1-25 Harbour Street, Darling Harbour

Features: Sheltered open playground, water play, cafés and restaurants, toilets, picnic areas, seating. Several large paid carparks nearby.

Clontarf Reserve
Sandy Bay Road, Clontarf

Features: Sheltered playground, kiosk, beach with no waves, toilets, BBQs, picnic areas, tables and benches, shade. More information on Clontarf Reserve


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