Oh Jubilee Park playground where have you been hiding? We are glad we found you. The stand out to this playground is definitely the amazing tube slide. As you first arrive this is what you see – The BIG GREEN slide. Climb the metal ladder step to the reach the windy stairs then its up, up, up you go to reach the top. Certainly the highlight for the older kids.

The main structure of the equipment also has a smaller slippery dip down lower but the kids do need to be able to climb the metal ladder steps to get to it so little harder for toddlers. We were lifting our 2 year old up to reach the slide.

Jubilee Park Glandore’s main structure also features a rock climb for the kids to climb then allows them to come back down via the fireman pole. You will also find a smaller house shape climbing frame for the younger kids close by, along with monkey bars. The reserve also has a swing set including a baby swing along with a bouncy animal and car for the toddlers. These were both a hit.

Set aside from the main play equipment the Jubilee Park reserve also has in ground trampolines and another fun bouncy balancing board suitable for the slightly older kids. In this area you will also find a bridge which takes the kids amongst nature and allows the kids to explore and get lost amongst the trees. The trees feature right around the edge of the entire reserve and add another element of play. There is also a huge grassed area for the kids to run around on,play games , dance and kick the ball. Surrounding the grassed area is a path way for walking or rising bikes or scooters.

The reserve has a small car par , is fully fenced, has a few picnic tables and shelter including a BBQ but NO toilets or Shade. We took a picnic and had a lovely morning at this spot and will certainly visit again soon.

Jubilee Park is on Wellington St, Glandore.

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