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Burnie Park

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by Emma Brown (subscribe)
I'm a freelance journalist and public relations consultant specialising in arts and entertainment.
Published November 9th 2010
Burnie Park is like a hidden oasis in Clovelly. A fun, children's playground complete with Flying Fox close to Clovelly Beach.

Below the street level you will find a green valley surrounded by trees with interactive playground equipment.

The standing flying fox is a treat for the kids, they can experience the feeling of flying through the air yet remain safe with a soft landing ensured with bark shavings and rubber surfaced flooring.

There is a spiral and steep slide, climbing wall, bridges, swing set, wooden wobble beam and a touch and count learning wall.

Adjacent to the park is the Burnie Park Community centre, a colourful hall that houses a pre-school play and mother's group.
The hall is available for hire. Take a virtual tour here.

There are picnic tables in the park and Clovelly's cafes and eateries are nearby, such as Finks Cafe on Burnie Street and Seasalt cafe overlooking Clovelly Bay.

If the kids have worked up a sweat and in need of a dip Clovelly Beach is a short stroll away.
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Why? So the kids can have fun flying through the air safely.
When: anytime
Where: Burnie Park, Burnie Street, Clovelly
Cost: Free
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