Fairfield Adventure Park – Fab Playground in Western Sydney

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Would you look at that fantastic slide!!

Fairfield Council has created an amazing new playground, it’s called Fairfield Adventure park and it’s open now.

This is a must-visit for my kids in the next school holidays.

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Fairfield Adventure Park

Vine Street, Fairfield (opposite the Fairfield Leisure Centre)

Definitely designed for older children and teenagers, this is a really challenging playground.

That spiders web climbing frame is 11m tall, the sky bridge is set that high and the slides tumble down that far.

There’s also a 33m long double flying fox.

Other facilities at the playground include a foosball table, table tennis and barbecue’s and picnic tables.

The project cost $1.4 million dollars, so let’s make sure not a penny of that taxpayers and ratepayers money goes to waste!

The playground is beside Fairfield Leisure centre, and close to the new Fairfield Youth and Community Centre. It’s just a 10-minute walk from Fairfield station and CBD.

Well done Fairfield City Council!

 

 

Have you been to this playground?

Can you share any tips for a succesful visit?

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Posted on: August 5, 2015

4 Comments

  • Reply January 12, 2016

    tesh

    Found this park on here today! And I took 6 kids there from the ages of 12 down to 3 they all loved it!!
    The sides are huge i even went down them. Great park!

    • Reply January 12, 2016

      Seana Smith

      Fantastic to hear Tesh, nothing better than hearing of loads of kids all playing outside in the fresh air and having a blast.

  • Reply September 27, 2016

    Brian Le

    are dogs allowed?

    • Reply September 27, 2016

      Seana Smith

      I think probably not, they are usually kept away from playgrounds. Best to check on Fairfield Council website.

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