Ashley Street Playground Torrensville

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Ashley Street Playground is a medium sized playground more suited to locals to the area. I probably wouldn’t drive too far to specifically go to this park, but if you live in the Western suburbs it’s a nice option for a playdate for something different.

The playground area is fully fenced which is great, and there are also enough bench seats to go around. It’s really annoying when a playground only has one bench seat for all the Mums and Dads to squish on 🙂 The equipment includes a spiral slide, monkey bars, climbing wall and ropes, swings and a liberty swing.

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What we liked about this playground

  • Really nicely shaded with a big shade sail stretching over the whole thing
  • Fully fenced! Yay no run aways
  • Clean and tidy
  • BBQ was right next door and nice and clean
  • Tennis courts right next to it
  • Liberty Swing
  • Clean and tidy

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What we thought could be better

  • The toilets were a bit dim.
  • Not very grassy, if you want to watch the kids playing you have to sit on one of the bench seats or on the rubber floor
  • Street parking is available, but there’s not a lot of it. You might have to park a fair way down the road if there are lots of people at the park that day.
  • No shops nearby that I could see, so definitely grab a coffee from your local on the way there!

Ashley Street Playground

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