*** July Update – OPEN ***

Where: Cedarwoods development at Glenside. Corner Fullarton/Greenhill Road

The fantastic playground built within the Cedar Woods development at Glenside is now open!

Built by Space Landscape Construction, civil construction works have been completed and landscaping and playground construction is on its way, which if the sneak peek photos are any guide, will be absolutely fantastic! With swings, a toddler playground, ninja-style course, basketball court, stepping logs and a ginormous climbing tower and tube slide, while throwing in a huge expanse of lush green lawn, what a spot this is turning out to be.

We love the bright colours and adventurous equipment for the older kids, with plenty of space making this a perfect picnic spot (albeit with no toilets sadly).

Facilities wise it is a bit thin, with no toilets sadly (hopefully to come later as this will be popular!) but there is some undercover seated area with adjoining BBQ. If you plan on using this one for parties, you will probably need to get in early to reserve your table as it is all in one spot.

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