The Best Sydney Playgrounds Listed By Suburb

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Arrgghhh… this is a huge task!! The aim is to list the very best playgrounds in Sydney in this post, alphabetically by suburb.

Click on the name of the playground to find out more about it. Most the these links are to full blog posts on this website where you will find all the info you need to plan a visit: shade, nearest coffee, where to park, a map showing location etc etc

Some link to other websites e.g. council sites and other blogs and these tend to have a lot less detail and photos.

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Abbotsbury

Plough and Harrow Playground in Western Sydney Parklands

Alexandria

Sydney Park Playground

Auburn

Harold Moon Reserve

 

Balmain

Elkington Park and Playground

Balmoral

Balmoral  Beach Playground

Beecroft

Beecroft Railway Station Gardens

Bondi

Bondi Beach Playground

Burwood

Burwood Park Playground

Cabarita

Cabarita Park

Camperdown

Camperdown Memorial Rest Playground

Chatswood

Bales Park Playground

Beauchamp Park Playground

Cheltenham

Lyne Road Reserve

Clontarf

Clontarf Beach Playground

Collaroy

Collaroy Beach Playground

Como

Como Pleasure Grounds Playground

Coogee 

Grant Reserve

Cronulla 

Shelly Beach Playground

 

Darling Harbour

Darling Quarter Playground

Dee Why

Walter Gors Park in Dee Why, review by All Things Mom Sydney.

Dee Why Beach playground

Doonside

Nurragingy Reserve

Dundas

Dundas Park with Phillip Ruddock Water Playground

Epping

West Epping Park and Playground

Boronia Park Playground

Fairfield

Fairfield Adventure Park

Five Dock

Livvi’s Place, Timbrell Park

Frenchs Forest

Lionel Watts Playground

Galston

Fagan Park, Galston

Glebe

Bicentennial Park

 

Horsley Park

Lizard Log Playground

Hunters Hills

Buffalo Creek Reserve Playground

Kyeemagh

Kyeemagh Beach Playground

Lane Cove West

Blackman Park Playground

Macquarie Park

Elouera Reserve

Manly Vale

Passmore Reserve Playground

Maroubra

Maroubra Beach Playground and Skate Park

Marrickville

Steel Park Playground

Meadowbank

Anderson Park

Merrylands

Central Gardens

Granville Park With Water Playground

Holroyd Gardens

Mona Vale

Apex Park Playground

Flying Fox Playground at Winnererremy Bay Park

Mortdale

Jubilee Park Adventure Playground

Mosman

Clifton Gardens Playground

Memorial Park Playground

Mt Annan

Botanic Gardens Playground

 

Narrabeen Lake

Bilarong Reserve

Newington

Blaxland Riverside Park Playground

North Ryde

Blenheim Park 

Northbridge

John Roche Playground

Warners Park Playground

Oatley

Oatley Park Playground

Palm Beach

Governor Phillip Park Playground

Parramatta

James Ruse Reserve Water Playground
Parramatta Park Playgrounds
Parramatta Riverside Park

The Ponds

The Ponds Playground

Putney

Putney Park Playground

Pyrmont

Pirrama Park Playground

 

Queenscliff

Lagoon Park Playground

Rhodes

Brays Bay Reserve

Rozelle

Constellation Playspace at King George Park

Rose Bay

Lyne Park Playground

Rouse Hill

Rouse hill Playground

The Backyard at Rouse Hill Town Centre

Rushcutters Bay

Rushcutters BayPark Playground

Ryde

Livvi’s Place at Yamble Reserve

Blenheim Park Playground

Ryde Park  

St Peters

Sydney Park Playground

Strathfield

Strathfield Park and Playgrounds

Sydney Olympic Park

Bicentennial Park Playground  

 

Wahroonga

Wahroonga Park Playground

Warriewood

Warriewood Valley District Playground 

Watson’s Bay

Robertson Park Playground

Waverton

Merrett Playground in Waverton Park

West Pymble

Bicentennial Park Playground

Westleigh

Ruddock Park Pirate Playground

Willoughby

Hallstrom Reserve Playground

Willoughby Park Playground

Wollstonecraft

Berry Island Reserve Playground

I do have some other posts listing playgrounds by attribute, you can check out:

The 15 Best Playgrounds in Western Sydney

The Best Bushy, Natural Playgrounds in Sydney

How To Find Great Fenced Playgrounds

Best Fenced Playgrounds – North

Best Fenced Playgrounds – East

Best Cafes Beside Playgrounds

 

To read more about the importance of playgrounds for children of all abilities, read  Touched By Olivia.

I hope this is helpful. It will be updated regularly, I’d love to hear of other great playgrouns to include.

Happy hunting!

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  1. says: Joni

    Cheltenham 2119 has a great new nature based playground at 23 Lyne Rd Cheltenham.

    Beecroft 2119 has a great new train themed playground adjacent to Beecroft station.

    Dundas has a brand new water playground called Philip Ruddock Water Playground (Dundas Park)

    Yates Avenue, Dundas Valley
    September to May: 9am-8pm
    June to August: Closed

    1. says: Seana Smith

      Thank you Joni!! I shall get out and about and add these in. Must get to the water playground and in fact I must do a post with all the ones I know about as they are such good fun and idea for the hot days that February usually brings. Many thanks.

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