Berry Reserve Playground at Narrabeen really is a splendid play space, especially for toddlers and preschoolers. The play equipment is excellent, with wonderful activities to encourage creative play.
AND the playground is right beside the fabulous Tramshed Cafe, and close to Narrabeen Lagoon with its terrific walking and cycling track. You could also make a visit to beautiful Bilarong Playground and make it a two-playground day-long outing.
Just cross the drawbridge and you are in. This playground is fully enclosed and by a solid wall rather than just a fence. This is wise as the playground is close to a car park and road, and to the lake, so it needs to be super safe.
Berry Reserve Playground – Information
Nearest coffee: The Tramshed Cafe is just next door
Toilets: There is a toilet block within the car park and also at the cafe
Parking: There is a free car park beside the playground, you can park for three hours on weekdays, for just two hours on Saturday mornings and freely on Saturday arvo and all day Sunday. The car park can get busy on hot days.
Bus stop nearby: Yes, on Pittwater Road, including B line buses.
Dog-friendly: Dogs can be walked in Berry Reserve on the leash, dogs are not allowed in the playground.
There’s a little beach area close by at the lake where you can swim, also kayaks can be hired. There are BBQs on Berry Reserve itself and picnic tables.
Berry Reserve Market is on each 3rd Sunday of the month.
Find pix and details about Bilarong Playground here
The Tramshed Arts & Community Centre is beside the playground, check the website here for info about hiring rooms there.
Berry Reserve Playground Map
Day Out Ideas
You could make a big day out by walking around the lake and then having a play and a snack at the cafe as mentioned above.
Or play here and then pop over to North Narrabeen Beach and Rock Pool for a salty sea swim.
Or combine this playground with Collaroy’s beautiful playground and rock pool, for a big day out.
You can tell that Hello Sydney Kids highly recommends this excellent playground.
If you have young children, it’s well worth a day trip to visit!
If you love playgrounds, check out our list of the Best Playgrounds in Sydney right here.