Variety Livvi’s Place: New Playground at Bankstown City Gardens

Livvi's place Bankstown playground

Photo credit: Landscape Solutions

Here’s a fantastic brand new playground that would be well worth a school holidays expedition to visit.

The new Livvi’s Place all-abilities playground is at Bankstown City Gardens, this is the first all-abilities playground in the Canterbury-Bankstown area.

Livvi's place Bankstown City Gardens playground

 

Variety Livvi’s Place Bankstown

Bankstown City Gardens

Corner Restwell St and, Vimy St, Bankstown NSW 2200

There’s a fantastic amount of excellent play equipment there, plus extra features:

  • Embankment slides
  • Double flying fox
  • Large tripod swing
  • Carousel
  • Roller table
  • Trampoline
  • Giant basket and cradle swings
  • Treehouse
  • Climbing frame
  • Sand and water play areas
  • Sensory garden, complete with sculptures and other art work
  • Pictorial messaging signage for non-verbal children
  • Barbeques
  • Shade and seating

Within the accessible toilet is a 135kg electric hoist and change table, shower and toilet to accommodate families with larger older kids and adults. I have read that this is the first of its kind in NSW.

Livvi's place Bankstown City Gardens playground

 

Livvi's place Bankstown City Gardens playground

Livvi's place Bankstown City Gardens playground

The $1.5 million playground was jointly funded by Council; the NSW Government (through the Stronger Communities Fund); the Federal Government (through the support of the Member for Blaxland, Jason Clare), the Touched By Olivia Foundation and Variety The Children’s Charity of Australia.

Livvi's place Bankstown City Gardens playground

 

 

Livvi's place Bankstown playground

Well done all those who helped create this excellent space. Many thanks for allowing us to print these photos.

We’re looking to getting over there soon!

 

Read all about the other Livvi’s Place playgrounds in Sydney here.

Find out huge list of 50+ Best Playgrounds in Sydney here

If you are looking for more natural and bushy Sydney playgrounds, here’s a list!

 

 

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Posted on: September 28, 2018

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