Playgrounds

The City of Canada Bay provides and maintains over 40 high quality, innovative playgrounds across the City, ranging from smaller play spaces located in neighbourhood and district parks to larger iconic playgrounds including McIlwaine ReserveTimbrell Park and Queen Elizabeth Park.

In 2007, Council adopted its Lets Play Playground Strategy, which provides direction for the future provision and management of playgrounds and environments within the City of Canada Bay. Let's Playassists Council to ensure that the provision of playgrounds responds to and remains relevant to the children and families in the area.

In 2010, the work of Council was recognised when it was awarded the Special Community Facilities Award for the Timbrell Park All Abilities Playground (Livvi’s Place), which is designed for children of all ages and abilities.

Let's Play has increased the potential of our City's playgrounds and broadened play opportunities, balancing the need to provide and maintain the physical asset with that of the children and families who use these places.

Let's Play provides four outcomes for our children and families around the following areas:

  1. Well planned playgrounds that are within reach of everyone in the community.
  2. Challenging, inviting and well maintained playgrounds for children and families.
  3. Sustainable playgrounds through good design, appropriate funding and partnerships.
  4. Meeting places that provide a variety of opportunities - promoting community connections and interactions.

To view the range of play opportunities in our City please view our Let's Play Update document.

Given the changes in our City and the delivery of actions and outcomes in Let's Play, it is timely to review. The next reiteration of the playground strategy will be undertaken over the coming six months and will build on the successes to date, and reflect the evolving needs of our community.

Further information about playgrounds located within the City of Canada Bay Local Government Area can be found below.

More information

Let's Play Playground Strategy

Let's Play Playground Strategy guides the provision and management of playgrounds within the City of Canada Bay. The strategy will assist the Council to increase the potential of its playgrounds and broaden play opportunities as well as to use playgrounds as a means of strengthening the connections within our local community.

Let’s Play provides four outcomes for our children and families around the following areas: 

  1. Well planned playgrounds that are within reach of everyone in the community.
  2. Challenging, inviting and well maintained playgrounds for children and families.
  3. Sustainable playgrounds through good design, appropriate funding and partnerships.
  4. Meeting places that provide a variety of opportunities – promoting community connections and interactions.  

Implementation focuses on:  

  • Provision of effective maintenance programs. 
  • Development sponsorship opportunities. 
  • Support of Friends of the Park groups. 

The schedule of works relating to the physical assets address high priorities in Let's Play. You can view Council's current playground projects on our Capital Works and Maintenance page.

Let's Play values playgrounds for the contribution they make to our community as a meeting place and also a means of providing our children with opportunities to have fun, experience joy and learn.

For more information on please contact Council's Parks Management Coordinator on 9911 6555 or email council@canadabay.nsw.gov.au.

Friends of the Park

The aim of the 'Friends of the Park' program is to create a strong sense of community ownership and active involvement in the management of selected parks within the City of Canada Bay.

Friends of the Park - Bayview Park

For more information contact by email or calling 9911 6555.

Friends of the Park - Cabarita Park

Friends of Cabarita Park members attend monthly meetings to address current park issues, regularly visit the park to identify maintenance issues and assist in identifying future opportunities to attract people to this special place.

Interested in becoming a 'Friend of the Park - Cabarita Park' then contact Council by phone on 9911 6555 or email. 

Friends of the Park - Livvi's Place in Timbrell Park

Friends of Livvi's Place members attend occasional meetings, regularly visit the playspace to identify maintenance issues and assist in identifying future opportunities to attract people to this special place

Interested in becoming a 'Friend of the Park - Livvi's Place in Timbrell Park' then phone Council on 9911 6555 or email council@canadabay.nsw.gov.au.

Cabarita Park - Volunteer Gardeners

Meet in the park monthly. Interested in becoming a volunteer gardener then refer to Council's Cabarita Heritage Garden - Volunteer Gardens for more information.

Cabarita Park Beachcombers

Regular litter collection activities on the beach. 

Interested in becoming a part of the 'Cabarita Park Beachcombers' then contact Council by phone on 9911 6555 or email.  

For more information of any of the above programs please contact Council's Recreation department on 9911 6555.

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Alexandra Reserve Playground - Drummoyne

Alexandra Reserve is a unique playground. Developed in collaboration with local residents and public artist Graham Charlcroft the design reflects the important ecology and attributes of the reserve. The sculptural play elements focus on creative play and exploration - maximising the natural elements of the park and generating a stimulating free play environment.

Address: Alexandra Street, Drummoyne.

Design 

This reserve holds particular significance for local children and their families as a place to play, gather and seek sanctuary. The community was central to the design of the play environment. Residents and their children were asked to explore the park and share what it was they valued about the park and how these elements could be creatively represented in the park's playscape. Through creative workshops participants developed design drawings; used clay modelling; and recorded their experiences of the park. See some of the design ideas here Alexandra Reserve - designs.

Artist

Graham Chalcroft, a Sydney based sculptor and public artist, built upon this community cultural development process, exploring ecological and environmental themes through temporary and permanent site-specific artworks.  From the community themes and ideas he created the two large sculptural pieces - the birds nest and spider’s liar, which are a focal point in the park. He also painted and crafted the references to the ecology on the ‘wormhole tunnel’ and the bridge embankment walls as tactile images in the concrete.

Landscaping

The retaining walls at Alexandra Reserve were collapsing and damaging the trees and vegetation. Significant works were carried out to protect and sustain the different levels in the park. A careful palette of plants and trees were selected to enhance the natural elements that people described in the consultations.

Ecology

As part of the consultation, we recorded the range of natural flora and fauna identified in the park. Look out for the local wildlife which includes bats, possums, lizards and geckos; as well as local birds - lorikeets, kookaburras and owls. 

Features

The playscape theme is imagination and adventure. The use of flexible spaces and different elements provide different experiences. You can touch, see, hear and smell; encouraging discovery and play. The main types of activities offered are:

  • discovery and imaginative play in the spaces and structures
  • tunnel
  • climbing the structures
  • role playing
  • hiding in the nest, wormhole tunnel and the trees
  • digging and sculpting the sand.

Nearby Facilities

  • Drummoyne Sailing Club
  • Birkenhead Point
Allison Park Playground - Abbotsford

Address: Corner Blackwall Point Road and Parkview Roads, Chiswick  

Features

  • Seating
  • Shade structure 
  • Swings
  • Slides
  • Bridge
  • Roundabout
  • Spring toys
  • Jungle gym.

Nearby facilities

  • Café/take-away food
  • Soccer fields.
Battersea Park Playground - Abbotsford

Address: Battersea Street, Abbotsford 

Features

  • Seating
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Toilets
  • Softball
  • Locker
  • Swings
  • Slide
  • Water views.

Nearby facilities

  • Abbotsford Wharf
  • Sydney Rowing Club
  • Werrell Reserve
  • Quarantine Reserve.
Bayview Park Playground - Concord

Address: Burwood Road, Concord

Features

  • seating
  • sand
  • BBQ facilities
  • swings
  • spring rocker
  • climber
  • spinner
  • slides
  • exercise equipment
  • synthetic softfall
  • picnic tables
  • rubbish bin
  • toilets
  • waterviews.

Nearby facilities

  • Hen & Chicken Bay Foreshore Walk
  • Boat ramp
Brett Park Playground - Drummoyne

Address: Henley Marine Drive, Drummoyne

Features

  • Seating
  • Slide
  • Swings
  • BBQ facilities
  • Sand
  • Picnic tables
  • Synthetic softfall
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Toilets
  • Shade structure.

Nearby facilities

  • Drummoyne Swimming Centre
  • Drummoyne Rowing Club
  • Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre
  • Birkenhead Wharf
  • Cafés  and restaurants
Cabarita Park Playgrounds - Cabarita

Address: End of Cabarita Road, Cabarita Park, Cabarita 

Recreation in Cabarita Park

Cabarita Park is one of the City of Canada Bay's showpiece parks. Located on the Parramatta River at Cabarita, the 10-hectare park features a heritage pavilion, ferry wharf, children's playground, picnic facilities, remnant bushland, a swimming centre, marina and restaurant, and grassy areas on which to enjoy the view of the river. It is a popular location for activities such as walking for pleasure and exercise, walking dogs, children's play, cycling, jogging, picnics and barbecues, informal ball games, and gatherings of family and friends. Water-based activities in or from the Park include swimming, rowing and boating. Organised activities include ceremonies such as weddings, community events such as Christmas Carols and one-off musical events, large group picnics, school cross-country races, triathlons, filming, and children's parties.

Cabarita Park has local, State and national heritage significance. The park was one of Sydney's popular pleasure gardens in 1880s. The park is home to the Federation Pavilion, and contains memorials to the fallen in World War II and to the rower William Beach.

Most of Cabarita Park is owned by City of Canada Bay Council, with narrow strip of land on the eastern side owned by the Crown.

Cabarita Park Playground (1)

Location: Cabarita Road x Kendall Inlet

Features

  • Seating
  • Slide
  • Swings
  • Spring rocker
  • Rubbish bins.

Cabarita Park Regional Children's Playground (2)

Location: Opposite to bus stop

The City of Canada Bay had allocated funding in accordance with it's Let's Play Strategy and FuturesPlan20 for the installation of a new regional play space in Cabarita Park.

The playground locates between Memorial Drive and the existing toilet, which has better access to other facilities and parking, as well as being adjacent to mature trees and shrubs.

The iconic playground includes equipment for children aged 2-6 years, 6-9 years and 9-12 years of age, and also a paving around the playground that will facilitate children riding their bikes and scooters around.

Features

  • Seating
  • Sand pits
  • Slides
  • Swings
  • Play unit
  • Spring rocker
  • Spinner
  • Rubbish bins
  • Toilets

Nearby facilities

  • Cabarita Swimming Centre 
  • d'Albora Marinas Cabarita Poin
  • Cabarita Wharf
  • Waterfront Park
Central Park Playground - Concord

Address: Wellbank Street, Concord 

Features

  • seating
  • natural shade
  • covered gazebos 
  • swings
  • slides
  • climbing
  • play equipment for children 0-4 years
  • open space

Nearby facilities

  • Concord Bowling Club
  • Concord Library
  • North Strathfield Station
  • Wellbank Children's Centre
  • Majors Bay Road cafes and retail
Phoenix Park Central Park Playground - Rhodes

Address: Shoreline Drive and Gauthorpe Street, Rhodes  

Features  

The largest open space in Rhodes and caters to a broad user group, providing opportunities for both active and passive recreation through three different spaces. Features include:

  • Climbing Net
  • Imagination Play
  • Soft fall
  • Slide
  • The 'Wangal Wall'
  • Artwork
  • Shade
  • BBQ facilities

Nearby facilities

  • Rhodes Shopping Centre
  • Rhodes Train Station
  • Rhodes Foreshore Park
  • Bike path
Chiswick Park Playground - Chiswick

Address: Bortfield Drive, Chiswick  

Features  

  • seating
  • cycling/walking tracks
  • spring rockers
  • theme play unit
  • slide
  • swings
  • monkey bars.

Nearby facilities

  • Armitage Reserve 
  • Blackwall Point Reserve (public toilets)
  • Chambers Park
  • Chiswick Wharf 
  • shops.
Coralie Reserve Playground - Wareemba

Address: Corner Coralie and Wareemba Street, Wareemba

Features

  • seating
  • swings
  • spring rockers  
  • natural shade
  • on site parking
  • rubbish bin
  • bubbler.

Nearby facilities 

  • Great North Road Shopping Precinct.
Corby Ave Reserve Playground - Concord

Address: Corby Avenue, Concord 

Features

  • seating
  • swings
  • spring rocker
  • spinner 
  • picnic table. 

Nearby facilities

  • St Lukes Park
  • Concord Public School
  • Barnwell Golf Course
  • cafes. 
Croker Park Playground - Five Dock

Address: Harrabrook Road, Five Dock 

Features

  • seating
  • swings 
  • slide
  • see saw
  • natural shade
  • rubbish bin.  

Nearby facilities

  • Timbrell Park - Livvi's Place
  • Jegorow Reserve
  • Reg Coady Reserve
Drummoyne Park Playground - Drummoyne

Address: Cometrowe Street, Drummoyne 

Features

  • Seating
  • Shade sail
  • Carousel
  • Spring rocker
  • Double swing
  • Slide 
  • Play unit
  • Rubbish bin
  • Mulch softfall.

Nearby facilities

  • Drummoyne Community Centre
  • Drummoyne Oval
  • Taplin Park Playground.
Dunlop Reserve Playground - Drummoyne

Address: Roseby Street, Birkenhead Point, Drummoyne 

Features

  • seating
  • slides
  • theme play unit
  • picnic tables close by
  • natural shade
  • rubbish bin
  • bike track
  • enclosed playground
  • ramps to playground
  • water views. 

Nearby facilities

  • Birkenhead Point Shopping Centre (public toilets)
  • St Georges Crescent Reserve
  • Peppercorn Reserve
  • Apex Park
  • Salton Reserve
  • Drummoyne Sailing Club. 
Edwards Park Playground - Concord

Address: Corner Wellbank Street and Ian Parade, Concord

Features

  • Seating
  • Swings
  • Slide
  • Spring rockers
  • Jungle gym
  • Synthetic softfall
  • Natural shade over swings
  • Rubbish bin
  • Toilets
  • Change rooms
  • Separate junior and teen play equipment.  

Nearby facilities

  • Concord Senior Citizens Centre
  • Concord Bowling Club 
  • Greenlees Park
  • Jesse Stewart Reserve
  • Massey Park Golf Course
  • Majors Bay Road.
Five Dock Park Playground - Five Dock

Address: Corner of Park and First Avenue, Five Dock

Features

  • Seating
  • Picnic tables
  • Play unit
  • Spring rocker
  • Synthetic softfall
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Shade structure
  • Bubblers
  • Toilets
  • Gated playground.

Nearby facilities

  • Five Dock Oval
  • Toilets near Five Dock Oval
  • Five Dock Skate Park 
  • Tigers Five Dock
  • Domremy College
  • Five Dock Early Childhood Health Centre
  • Great North Road Shopping Precinct
  • Five Dock Public School
  • Timbrell Park
  • Fred Kelly Place
  • Five Dock Library.
Rhodes Foreshore Park Playground - Rhodes

Address: Intersection of Shoreline Drive and Mary Street, Rhodes

Features

  • Synthetic softfall
  • Shared pathway
  • Swing
  • Spinner
  • Spring rocker
  • Play unit
  • Rubbish bin.

Nearby facilities

  • Peg Paterson Park Playground
  • Rhodes Train Station.
Fred Kelly Place Playground - Five Dock

Address: Great North Road, Five Dock  

Features

  • Seating 
  • Slide
  • Jungle gym
  • Natural shade
  • Pine bark soft fall
  • Rubbish bin
  • Shade structure.

Nearby facilities

  • Great North Road Shopping Precinct
  • Public toilets
  • Five Dock Library
  • Five Dock Park
  • Five Dock Public School
  • Drummoyne College.
Goddard Park Playground - Concord

 Address: Corner of John Street and Park Avenue, Concord  

Features

  • Picnic tables
  • Seating
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Spring rockers
  • Swing
  • Play unit
  • Toilets.

Nearby facilities

  • Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Henley Park
  • Rothwell Park
  • St Lukes Park
  • Concord Oval.
Halliday Park Playground - Five Dock

Address: Wympston Parade, Five Dock 

Features

  • Seating
  • Seesaw
  • Slide
  • Climbing net
  • Spring rocker
  • Play unit
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Shade structure
  • Water views
  • Enclosed play area. 

Nearby facilities

  • Designated dog off leash area
  • Storey Park
  • Five Dock Public School.
Henley Park Playground - Concord

Address: Corner of Pitt Street and Castlereagh Street, Concord  

Features  

  • Picnic tables
  • Swings
  • Rockers
  • Slide
  • See saw
  • Climbing unit
  • Street parking.

Nearby facilities

  • Central Park
  • Rothwell Park
  • Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Goddard Park
  • North Strathfield Train Station.
Henry Lawson Park Playground - Abbotsford

Address: St Albans Street, Abbotsford 

Features

  • Seating
  • Theme play unit  
  • Picnic tables
  • Synthetic softfall
  • Some natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • BBQs
  • Bubbler
  • Water views. 

Nearby facilities

  • Quarantine Reserve
  • Wymston Parade Walkway.
Howse Park Playground - Concord

Address: Intersection of Rickard Street and Augusta Street, Concord  

Features  

  • Spring toys
  • Slide
  • Swings
  • Jungle gym.

Nearby facilities

  • Scout Hall
  • Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway
  • Concord Golf Club
  • Majors Bay Reserve
  • Mortlake Public School.
Kendall Reserve Playground - Cabarita

Address: Kendall Street, Cabarita  

Features  

  • Seating
  • Slide
  • Swings
  • Seesaw
  • Jungle gym
  • Synthetic softfall
  • Rubbish bin.

Nearby facilities

  • Cabarita Park
  • Cabarita Wharf
  • Cabarita Swimming Centre.
Kings Park Playground - Five Dock

Address: Kings Park Circuit, Five Dock  

Features

  • Shade structure
  • Seating
  • Jungle gym
  • Play space
  • Spring rocker
  • Seesaw
  • Rubbish bins. 

Nearby facilities 

  • Five Dock Leisure Centre
  • Barnwell Golf Course
  • Charles Heath Reserve.
Majors Bay Reserve Playground - Concord

Address: Norman Street, Concord 

Features  

  • Slide
  • Jungle gym
  • Small rock climbing wall
  • Toilets
  • Rubbish bins.

Nearby facilities

  • Concord RSL & Community Club
  • Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway
  • Arthur Walker Reserve
  • Dame Edith Walker Hospital
  • Concord Golf Club.
Maple Reserve Playground - Five Dock

Address: Corner Regatta Road and Maple Close, Five Dock  

Features  

  • Slides
  • Bridge 
  • Jungle gym
  • Spring rocker
  • Natural shade.

Nearby facilities

  • Barnwell Golf Course
  • Charles Heath Reserve.
McIlwaine Park Playground - Rhodes

Address: Corner of Concord Road and Mary Street, Rhodes 

Features

  • Seating
  • Shaded picnic tables
  • Synthetic softfall
  • Sand softfall
  • Climbing net
  • Spring rockers
  • Spinner
  • Theme play unit
  • Swings
  • Shade structure
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Water views
  • Toilets

Nearby facilities 

  • Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway
  • Rhodes Shopping Centre
  • Rhodes Train Station
  • Brays Bay Reserve.
Mill Park Playground - Rhodes

Address: Mill Park Street, Rhodes

Features

  • Synthetic softfall
  • Parallel bars
  • Tread mill
  • Vault bar
  • Chin up bar
  • Push up bar
  • Step up beam
  • Leg lift
  • Sit up board
  • Rubbish bin
  • Toilets

Nearby facilities

  • Rhodes Foreshore Park 
Montague Park Playground - Drummoyne

Address: Henley Marine Drive, Drummoyne 

Features

  • Swings
  • Slides
  • Spring rockers
  • Bridge
  • Boat
  • Shaded seating
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Toilets
  • Fenced playground.

Nearby facilities

  • Bay Run
  • Drummoyne Swimming Centre
  • Gipps Street Reserve. 
Nield Park Playground - Rodd Point

Address: Henley Marine Drive, Rodd Point

Features

  • Seating
  • Slides
  • Swings
  • Spring rockers
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Toilets
  • Café 
  • Water views. 

Nearby facilities

  • Larkins Reserve
  • Bay Run
  • Roberts Reserve
  • Rodd Park.
Peg Paterson Park Playground - Rhodes

Address: Mary Street, Rhodes  

Features  

Peg Paterson playground, opened in March 2012 is a neighbourhood playground developed as part of the Rhodes Urban Renewal program.  The park is named after Peg Paterson, a stalwart of the Rhodes community.  

The playground features:

  • Slippery dip
  • Swings
  • Shade structure
  • Seating
  • Shade structure
  • Noughts and crosses game
  • Synthetic soft fall surface.

Nearby facilities

  • Rhodes shopping centre
  • Rhodes Train Station
  • Rhodes Foreshore Park
  • Rhodes Waterside Park.
Prince Edward Park Playground - Cabarita

Address: End of Phillips Street, Cabarita 

Features

  • Seating
  • Slide
  • Boat
  • Rotunda
  • BBQs
  • Picnic shelters
  • Synthetic softfall
  • Rubbish bin
  • Bike track
  • Toilets including disabled toilet
  • Water views.

Nearby facilities

  • Close to Angelo's on the Bay restaurant.
Queen Elizabeth Park Playground - Concord

Address: Gipps Street, Concord  

Features

  • Seating
  • Musical equipment
  • Swings 
  • Picnic tables
  • Mulch softfall
  • Synthetic softfall
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Bike track
  • Roilets 
  • Small soccer area with goals.

Nearby facilities

  • Majors Bay Road shopping precinct
  • Goddard Park
  • Concord Public School
  • St Lukes Park
  • Concord Oval
  • Rothwell Park
  • Henley Park.
Rhodes Park Playground - Rhodes

Address: Killoola Street, Concord West

Features 

  • Slides
  • Jungle gym
  • Synthetic soft fall
  • Swings
  • Spring rockers.

Nearby facilities

  • Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway
  • Brays Bay Reserve
  • McIlwaine Park
  • West Rhodes Preschool
  • Kokoda Education Centre.
Roberts Reserve Playground - Five Dock

Address: Corner of Noble Street and Arthur Street, Five Dock 

Features

  • Seating
  • Swings
  • See saw
  • Play unit
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin.

Nearby facilities

  • Bay Run
  • Five Dock Park
  • Nield Park
  • Larkins Reserve.
Rothwell Park Playground - Concord

Address: Majors Bay Road, Concord

Features

  • Seating
  • Spring rockers
  • Play unit
  • Picnic tables
  • Rubbish bin
  • Toilets
  • Fenced playground.

Nearby facilities

  • Majors Bay Road shopping precinct
  • Jesse Stewart Reserve
  • Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Henley Park
  • Concord Public School.
Russell Park Playground - Drummoyne

Address: The Parade, Drummoyne 

Features

  • Seating
  • Slide
  • Swings
  • Spring toy 
  • Sheltered picnic area
  • Matural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Water views.  

Nearby facilities

  • Lysaght Park
  • Campbell Park.
Hoskins Reserve - Rhodes

Address: Intersection of Shoreline Drive and Darling Avenue

Features

  • Synthetic softfall
  • Mulch softfall 
  • Sand pit
  • Shade
  • See saw
  • Spinner
  • Spring rockers
  • Play unit
  • Climbing net
  • Talk tube
  • Balance beam
  • Rubbish bin.

Nearby facilities

  • Rhodes Foreshore Park
  • Phoenix Park
  • Mill Park
  • Rhodes Central Preschool.
Sibbick Street Reserve Playground - Russell Lea

Address: Corner Sibbick and Russell Streets, Russell Lea

Features

  • Seating
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Pathway around park
  • Half basketball court
  • Swings
  • Spring rockers
  • Partially fenced
  • Cubby house.  
Taplin Park Playground - Drummoyne

Address: Cometrowe Street, Drummoyne 

Features  

  • Slide
  • Rope climb
  • Shade structure
  • Mini basketball court
  • Water views.

Nearby facilities

  • Five Dock Bay boat ramp
  • Parking
  • Cricket nets
  • Drummoyne Oval
  • Drummoyne shopping village
  • Drummoyne Community Centre
  • City of Canada Bay Council.
All Abilities - Livvi's Place - Five Dock

Address: 19 Henley Marine Drive, Five Dock 

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Features

Livvi's Place, Australia's first all abilities playground, was named the best play space in the country by Parks and Leisure Australia in 2010. The ground-breaking playground in Timbrell Park, Five Dock, was an initiative of the City of Canada Bay, Touched by Olivia Foundation and Leighton Contractors, and was developed to reduce the barriers experienced by those with special needs, and allow children of all abilities to play together, side-by-side.

The playground features:

  • Seating
  • Inclusive playspace
  • Artwork/sculpture
  • Livvi's Cafe
  • Snakes and ladders path
  • Fenced
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Picnic tables
  • Synthetic softball
  • Swings
  • Jungle gym
  • Rope climb
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Bike track
  • Toilets
  • Shade structure
  • Bubbler
  • BBQs. 

Visit the Touched by Olivia Foundation website for more information about the Foundation.

Nearby facilities

  • Bay run
  • Playing fields.
W A McInnes Park Playground - Rhodes

Address: Corner of Brussels Street and George Street, North Strathfield

Features

  • Sand pit
  • See saw
  • Play unit
  • Seating.
Warbrick Park Playground - Concord West

Address: Yaralla Street, Concord West  

Features  

  • Seating
  • Picnic table
  • Toilets
  • Swings
  • Slide
  • Rope climb
  • Jungle gym
  • Spring toys
  • Natural shade
  • Synthetic soft fall
  • Rubbish bin.

Nearby facilities

  • Concord West Train Station
  • Concord Golf Club
  • Concord RSL & Community Club.
Werrell Reserve Playground - Abbotsford

Address: End of Great North Road, Abbotsford

Features

  • Seating
  • Swings
  • Slide 
  • Picnic table
  • BBQ area
  • Natural shade
  • Rubbish bin
  • Pathway down to the water
  • Bubbler
  • Water views.

Nearby facilities

  • Abbotsford Wharf
  • Sydney Rowing Club
  • Battersea Park.