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The parkland that the playground is located within is lined with big deciduous Elm trees that are most inviting on a warm summers day to sit under with a picnic and a cool drink and enjoy the gentle breeze. Fortunately around half of the playground is shaded by the big trees so even if it's a scorching hot day there is still the option of using part of the playground that is in the shade.
The play equipment is basic and more suited for toddlers through to about 7 or 8 years, much over this age and I think it will not challenge them enough and they will find it boring. In saying that though there were many older children playing on the tennis courts which are adjacent to the playground as well as teenagers playing cricket and kicking a footy on the large grassed area the size of an oval.
The park has limited BBQ facility's with only one in the entire park so if you're going specifically for BBQ there could be wait, though in saying that I haven't seen it being used before as it seems the only people using the park live in the surrounding residences, perhaps because it's well hidden from main roads.