Find it at: Peachey Rd, Munno Para

This is s fantastic one stop shop for the family during the hot summer months. With something for every member of the family you can’t go wrong!

Playford Town Park is a HUGE area opened in June 2015. Bring your bike, your scooter, your towel, your picnic blanket, footy, basketball and your BBQ gear and enjoy the whole day down here.
The water play areas are the biggest draw card with 4 separate water play areas for the kids to explore and plenty of seating nearby for parents and friends to supervise the kids while they catch up in a great location.
The playground itself boasts an incredibly wide slide as well as a tunnel slide, a sandpit and scoop, rock climbing, swings, a huge rope climbing structure, flying fox and more! There are also basketball courts and a skate park nearby.
We’d love to see some accessible play equipment though. A liberty swing and other wheelchair accessible equipment would be great.
There is also a great BBQ space for families or groups of friends to cook up a storm as well as an oval to kick the footy around.

Public toilets are available at The Stretton Centre or near the wetlands.

Just up the road (walking distance) is a small shopping complex so if you’ve forgotten the snags don’t worry – all is not lost!

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