Myponga Nature Playground opened in mid 2018 and was a very welcome addition to the local area. This is another nature themed playground from the folks at Nature Play Landscaping who are behind some of our other favourite playgrounds including the new one at Point Turton

The park has lots of wooden and rope climbing features, swings, wooden monkey bars/climbing ladder and a nice big sandpit.

A beautiful spot to stop for a play and it’s located on the main street of Myponga right between a bakery and take away shop, cant go wrong with that! It’s fully fenced, there’s a BBQ and the large shady trees surrounding the park make up for no shade sail (trees are way better anyway)

There’s also no toilets on site, but there are public toilets across the road, maybe 400m walk away.

Check out the Myponga markets across the road open 9:30 am until 4:00pm Saturdays, Sundays and most Public Holidays and it’s also not far to the Myponga Reservoir Reserve. Lots to do in the area so make a day of it!

Image credit: Nature Play Landscaping

Find it on the Main Street in Myponga


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