Queens Park Shed Cafe and Queens Park Playground

     

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Queen’s Park  has everything you could want: swings, slides, sand, snacks, shade, a fence…  and the Queens Park Shed cafe:  perfect!

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Queen’s Park Playground and Queens Park Shed

Darley Rd, Queens Park NSW 2022

by Erin Sanderson

My toddler and I visited Queen’s Park on a sunny spring day. I love that this park is compact, but offers something for everyone.

I think it would be especially great for families with several kids under 10 or so. The kids can play according to interest and ability, and you can keep eyes on all of them.

The enclosed park has several distinct sections: a toddler and baby play area, baby bucket swings, regular swings, large playground with multiple slides and towers, and sand pit. In the middle area interesting wooden animals and logs are perfect for climbing.

Just outside the enclosed area is a large sport’s field, which would be ideal for older kids who need more space to run.

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The larger play set is optimal for the 4 year-old plus crowd, and we saw several 8-10 year-olds having a blast as well. While the play structure is compact, it easily accommodated the 8 or more kids sliding, climbing, and running around.

Also outside the enclosure, and three steps from the park is the Queen’s Park Shed Café. This new café offers breakfast and lunch with plenty of outdoor seating and baby change facilities – what more could you want?

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Nearest Coffee: Right next door at the Queen’s Park Shed Café 

Toilets: Inside the café and near the parking on Darley St. Both have baby change facilities.

Shade: Shade cloth and trees provide lots of shade

Enclosed: Yes

Extras: Sandpit with diggers, and adjacent to a large sports field

Mum’s report: A playground with a little bit of everything for toddlers to school-age. Lots of different activities to explore, plus space to run around within an enclosed area. I love having a close and convenient café for bathroom (and coffee) emergencies.

Parking: Parking available on Darley Road, can get busy in the mornings because there are several adult exercise programs in the park.

Bus stop nearby: Yes

Nearest Station: Bondi Junction

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Thanks so much Erin, it is a wonderful spot for families and one of those playground and cafe combinations that are worth driving too.

Have you visited Queens Park?

 

 

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Posted on: October 25, 2016

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