Where: Spring Crescent at Banksia Park

What a cracking little playground, tucked away in the backstreets of Banksia Park near the Tea Tree Gully Footy Club. With a great treehouse style fort and slide combo, mixed in with swings and lots of climbing equipment for younger and older kids alike, there will be something for everyone here.

No toilets sadly but we reckon there will be some at the nearby sporting clubs, however there are BBQ facilities, shaded seating and plenty of grassed area (and tennis courts!) to run off some BBQ snags.

Not fenced, which isn’t really an issue with the back street location though. We loved the scenery, set amongst some huge gum trees and overlooking the adjacent ovals. A great spot for locals.

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