Seriously, this is one of the best playgrounds in the whole of Sydney. Don’t take my word for it, just pack up the car, fling in the kids and get over there. [Read more...]
Whaaaat! Don’t tell me you haven’t visited the playgrounds at Sydney Olympic Park’s Bicentennial Park yet??? Pack the car, get over there tomorrow!!
I know mothers often write about feeling brain dead at the playground… but not me.
There can’t be a better city in the world for the variety and quality of its children’s playgrounds.
Our weekends can get really busy, with lots of sports, ballet, teenagers working and playing gigs. It’s all very different.
We’re so lucky in Sydney to have parks and playgrounds that feel like the countryside, but are really so close to the city centre. Here’s a beaut one.
Blogger, and mum of three wee ones, Katie Little is today’s contributor. Her family review of Blackman Park in Lane Cove West is great. Who wouldn’t fancy packing a bag and whizzing off there?!
We’ve been hearing people rave about the water playground at Steel Park in Marrickville for a while and so are really delighted to bring you a post with lots of photos today. Take it away Liz Ledden!
Hello again! Hope you had a lovely time over Christmas. Here’s an idea of where the kids can run free and burn off all that chocolate. This post comes from freelance writer and mum of two Michele Hackshall, thanks Michele, this is a fab spot.
I can’t believe we’ve not yet visited the Botanic Gardens at Mt Annan, it must be done! In the meantime, please enjoy this post by Averil Cutroni, who knows the Gardens well and loves the very good playground there. Enjoy!
Now just hold me back here. I am looking at these photos of the gorgeous sculptures in the playground at Rushcutters Bay and am seized with a frantic desire to leap into the car and zoom over there.
This is a totally groovy, state of the art playground with – shout hooray!- a lovely cafe.
If you’re looking for a list of the best Sydney Cafes beside playground, click here.
It’s wonderful spot and will keep children of all ages – even my teens – exercised and interested.
Quick, get your bag, grab bikes and trikes and head out. PS Don’t forget to take the kids.
Iconic Bondi Beach has a couple of very particular attractions for families, especially those with young children.
What have I been thinking?!
I ought to have posted these photos months ago!!
Just a few photos and an update to this post on one of our favourite playgrounds on Sydney’s north shore.
So the beach isn’t the best for young children, however the excellent fenced playground is really good, ideal for children aged five and under.
Now this is a lovely spot, and a fenced playground, which we always love. Find more fenced Eastern Suburbs playgrounds here.
The photos are a bit old here, but you’ll get the idea. I must get back there and take some better ones… and visit the revamped Watsons Bay Baths too. In the springtime!