Besides the fact that this playground has lots to do for the kids, the a BIGGEST BONUS of this Robe playground is that it’s situated right behind Mahalia coffee factory coffee shop. Come for breakfast, lunch or just a coffee and you can sit outside on the deck whilst the kids sneak through the gate and enjoy this play space. Whilst not the most attractive play space we have seen the playground caters for all abilities and ages so has something for everyone to enjoy.

For the active or adventurous the the playground has lots of different types of climbing and balancing pieces. Rope climb, rock climbing wall, balancing stumps, climbing rope nets, stairs, metal monkey bars, swinging balancing ropes and lots more. It also has 3 slippery dips including a curly one depending on the kids preference and abilities. There is also lots of areas to explore and roam free. It allows kids to just be kids.

In this section of the playground you will also find a liberty swing along with an all – access ramp that leads to a slippery dip. Something we love to see here at kids in Adelaide. Kids of all ages and abilities playing side by side.

The front entrance of the the playground also features a little toddler area with swing set and our favourite – the bright purple dinosaur. A lovely little area for the little ones to have quiet time by themselves before they try the bigger kids area.

The playground is fully fenced and has picnic facilities. Unfortunately it has no shade. Located right behind the Mahalia coffee shop for food and drinks if needed. BONUS you can use the back gate that takes you inside from the playground.

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