The highlight of the park for many are the beach-themed huge, multi-age playgrounds upgraded in 2019, and set adjacent to the car park. The first is a gigantic playground structure for older children that centres on a multi-storey tower with two super-tube styled slides descending from it.
The fantastic, multi-level tower keeps children active and exploring together
Set at varied heights, these slides are designed to allow children of different ages and confidence levels to enjoy climbing, and then sliding back down again. The structure also has a variety of climbing equipment for ascending the tower, including brightly coloured climbing walls and a set of steps for younger children.
Steps and climbing walls allow children of different ages and abilities to reach levels on the tower that they feel most comfortable at
Soft fall surfaces are placed strategically around both playgrounds, such as at the bottom of the slides. There are also two swing sets - one with standard swings, and another that can take a few children, or even and adult and children, together on its woven base.
The playground area includes tall swings for older children, and a swinging rope platform for families to relax on
Les Lee park is set just across the car park from the fabulous Barnacles Dolphin Centre with their wild Australian humpback dolphin feeding and interaction experiences, making it an ideal base for families wanting to extend their day in the area once the wild dolphins have returned to their daily hunting in the estuary.
Les Lee Park shares the car park with Barnacles Dolphin Centre, making it ideal for families who wish to spend more time in the area