Discover the best playgrounds in Honeywood Estate Wandi
Honeywood Estate is located in Wandi, approximately 20 minutes south of the city. There are a number of playgrounds located in the estate. Here is a list of our favourites - suitable for a range of ages and interests. As a bonus, these playgrounds are all located in close proximity to each other within the estate, so it is easy to visit a few in one trip with a short drive between each one.
1. Gecko Park on Litchfield Circle Named after the gecko statue situated in the playground, this one is best suited to younger children. The main features are a tunnel, sand, climbing wall and rope swings/balance beams. There is a shaded table with benches, but no toilets available. There is street parking right next to the playground.
This playground is small but packs in a range of equipment suited to all ages from toddler to mid-primary. The main features are swings (both standard swings and a large round swing) and an obstacle climbing frame finishing with a slide. It is situated right next to a large grass oval where children can kick a footy or play cricket. There is a barbeque and an area with a table and benches, however no toilets. There is street parking right next to the playground.
3. Spiderweb on Litchfield Circle This is a unique playground better suited to older children. It consists of a large web construction made from ropes. Street parking is available, however, there is a short walk from the street down to the playground. As a bonus, the playground is located directly next to a large grass area. There are some benches to sit on however no toilets.
4. Playground on Bruny Meander The playground located along Bruny Meander caters for both younger and older children. The main features are sand, a large round swing, a climbing wall, a rope climbing frame and an obstacle climbing frame with a slide. There is a barbeque with table and benches, however no toilets. There is exercise equipment located just around the corner from the playground however you cannot see the play equipment from that spot.
5. Playground on Mornington Crescent This is a small playground better suited to older children. The main pieces of equipment are a slide, a climbing frame and a large round swing. One downside to this playground is that there is very little shade. There is a table with benches but this playground has no toilets. One bonus is the large grass area directly adjacent to the equipment. There is street parking located right next to the playground.
6. Wandi Playing Fields on Litoria Drive. This adventure playground is very popular amongst Honeywood locals. The playground is huge and caters for all ages from toddlers to late primary. There are small slides as well as large enclosed tunnel slides. There is a water play area, a rope section, swings and a flying fox. This playground has paths suitable for riding bikes or scooters, barbeques, tables and benches and large grass areas perfect for picnics. It is also worth noting there are plenty of shaded areas to sit and relax, and much of the equipment is sheltered from the sun. The one downside to this playground is no toilets are available.