This playground is located near Larrakeyah Primary School and often visited by children on the way home from school. We can see people who live near this area also quite often using this facility during the day or on the weekends with their little ones. This shady playground doesn't have shade cloths on top of the playground, but lots of trees surround it, give plenty of shade even in hot days. Children sometimes also attempt to climb those big trees. Some mango trees around this playground might attract more people during mango season. The playground is in the middle of a small park lane with a tidy lawn area.
This playground is not big, but enough to burn out children's energy and let their silly out. Two swings, one for little one with back support and straps around it and another swing for bigger children, can be found in this playground. Small stepping poles can occupy children, even the young ones, with some help. My daughter really likes the flying fox in this playground. Slippery slides also can be found along with climbing chains. On the ground of this playground, there's sand to prevent a big thud if children fell on the ground.
There's one picnic table nearby for snack stops after playing at the playground but the down side of this playground is there's no public toilet facility nearby.
Surrounded by lots of big trees and near bike path