This playground was updated in 2015 and it a really cool little hidden playground gem we were told about by one of our Facebook friends. (Thanks Chris!)

This is a nice big open space with room to run around, walking paths, shaded and fully fenced playground, tables and bench seats and even a dirt BMX track.
Playground equipment includes toddler and nest swings but most of the equipment is better suited to primary/older kids including see saw, spinners a cool slide that you have to climb a rope net to access and a flying fox! There’s also some work out equipment outside of the fenced area including a jumping machine. Older kids will love it, but watch out for little ones fingers.

Find it at Barina Ave, Para Vista

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