Refurbished in recent years to incorporate a musical theme, the park compromises a host of toddler appropriate play equipment with lots of unusual interactive musical elements to make this park something really special.
Unlike other parks that merely feature a toddler area, this park is solely for this age range, and whilst older kids might be able to amuse themselves here, the park doesn't contain the normal dangers and hazards associated with a mixed age range playground. So as a parent, you are able to let your little one toddle off, in the comfort that this park remains mindful of their height and stature, so no sudden long drops, dangerous play frames and any minor trips and falls will be cushioned by the bouncy play flooring and mulch areas. That's not to say that kids won't be kids and find themselves some mischief, so do keep your eyes peeled.
The musical theme is played out really well with the inclusion of some jungles drums, a giant suspended xylophone in addition to lots of speaker funnels dotted around the park where toddlers can scream and shout noises through, to then have that noise echoed out of another funnel. My little one found this such fun.
There's a giant swing, that when we visited was able to accommodate about eight youngsters, who were having a whale of a time.
This beautiful play space also includes picnic benches and a few bbq's so perfect for a family picnic time. There is a public toilet just outside the park too. We've always been fortunate enough to grab some on street parking (Subiaco Road), however, there are some pay car parks nearer to the Oval.